This month's Humble brag thread!
Post an ostensibly modest or self-deprecating statement with the actual intention of drawing attention to something of which you are proud of. Rules are simple - you can brag about anything you like as long as its fits within the rules of the sub reddit.
WARNING: Please keep it civil, the mods will be watching.
I’m looking for a craft beer place I can go to alone and easily interact with people when I don’t have anything else to do. Also if they have games of any sort that you can play together that would be a plus.
Know of any places like this around Tokyo?
People have asked this in the past in here, if you had been waiting like me... Happy Friday :)
The wife and I are both heading to the US with a "lap toddler". I've searched this sub and google, so I have some idea of what I need. However, there are some things I'm uncertain of.
What name should I use on the plane ticket? The child has a middle name on the American passport but not on the Japanese. Should I use the middle name or not?
Is there anything beyond the two passports the child needs? Japanese to get in and out of Japan, and US to get in and out of US? Anything else?
Were there any surprises during your trips? Any tips or pointers would be much appreciated.
Thanks in advance for the help!
Any recommendations for teeth whitening clinics?
I've been to only one before in Shibuya that was pretty good but it cost about ¥20,000 a session and.......yeah definitely couldn't keep that up. Also looked at a few dental offices that offered it but was also a little out of my price range.
I looked at a few places like Whitening Bar but got a little suspicious because it's only ¥7,000ish for the basic treatment and that seems almost too cheap to do much? (yes, I realise you do also need to go for several treatments for best results) -- if anyone's gone here I'd love to hear your feedback!
Also open to whitening kit recommendations but would much prefer a clinic. Budget is roughly ¥10,000 but willing to go a little higher.
Thanks in advance!
So I had originally planned to stay in Japan for just 1 year. My company gave me the opportunity to extend my time here. It's now been 18 months and I will be staying another 16 months. My TX driver's license will expire in 3 months. I don't have a permanent address in TX anymore, so I don't think I can simply renew it. I don't want to bother with a Japanese license because I don't drive in Japan. After 02/2020 I will no longer be able to legally drive in the US. That presents a pretty difficult situation if/when I go back for holidays. Even when I move back permanently, I won't have a license until O find a place to live. I can't find any information about what I should do so I can drive legally when I come back to the U.S. Does anyone have some advice or knowledge about this sitiation?
Been paying for 4 years, and haven't watched a lick of tv... feels like such a waste of money. Can I stop the charges and when they come to collect tell them I took the TV out of the house? But then could that cause problems with them calling Leo Palace? Also, if I stop paying can they get back-pay for what I owe?