Ah thats good, I think.....everyone should eat some at least once in their life.
I'm going to mainland Japan in a few weeks too, just have to have time off work though. XDD But I've here in Okinawa for roughly two years now.
Well I don't about you but I'm going to be the one to surpass God.
Hahahaha. I would become a shinigami just to kick Black Star's arse.
I haven't been to Okinawa, but I've heard to seafood is delicious. I love the different types of raw fish you can eat. Though, I'm not too keen on trying fugu.
I could ask you questions about Japan if I get stuck razz
First question: What's the cheapest food to eat when you run out of money?
Second question: How much does rent cost for the month?
Third question: Where are the best places to hang out?
Nooooo way!! Why would you do that?!
Haha, seafood isn't really my thing, but I'll try to help you out.
Though, Okinawa is very different from mainland so my answers can be a little different.
1. Cheapest food for when I run of money, hmmmm. I'd say Soba is a good one because it fills me up. But yakitori is cheap too, but only for like a snack.
2. I don't pay any rent, my room is paid for by the U.S. government. (;
3. I can only tell you for Okinawa x3 I like to go down to Naha on the weekends just to look around since it' the biggest city on Oki. American Village is a good place too, there are always event going on down there and it's amusing to look at how Okinawans view American culture. Sunabe Seawall is a pretty sick spot, with alot of bars and resturants situated right next to the water. Good place for a chill atmosphere. Uh, Gate 2 street is where alot of parties and clubs are if your looking for that as well.
I enjoy noodle-dishes like soba, udon, and ramen. Tastes way better than what you can get here.
I was really interested in how Japanese people view Australian culture. What they described was very much like American culture with koalas and kangaroos.
What has been a massive highlight of your stay so far?
haha it's always better in it's native country......except McDonalds. I like it here more than the U.S. for some reason.
Australia? I was up in Townsville last summer for a couple of months for work.
For me.....I'll say the way people interact over here. Everyone is nice and honest. For example I left my phone on a bench at the beach, I go back the next day and it's still in the exact spot I left it.