What a fun episode! It’s been a while since I laughed so much😀
When people move to a country that is very different from their own, it is not easy to spot more subtle differences that are apparent to the native population. Not only it is true of appearance, but for emotion identification as well: sometime it is not clear what the person from another culture is feeling.
Daisuke Ono’s English is quite good🙂
Recently, a Texan Republican proposed to Chinese-Americans to change their names because they are too difficult. Watch her in action and read about the outrage it caused.
Yui’s brother clearly enjoyed his teaching experience😛
Eugene looks lovely in yukata🙂
hahaha This picture is just awesome!😄
“Obon (お盆) or just Bon (盆) is a Japanese Buddhist custom to honor the departed (deceased) spirits of one’s ancestors. This Buddhist custom has evolved into a family reunion holiday during which people return to ancestral family places and visit and clean their ancestors’ graves, and when the spirits of ancestors are supposed to revisit the household altars. Also called the Feast of Lanterns, it has been celebrated in Japan for more than 500 years and traditionally includes a dance, known as Bon-Odori.”