Wednesday, August 31, 2005

More Photos from Masayuki Monchichi

Originally uploaded by How Bourgeois.

Yeah! Masa finally sent me some more pictures with his new camera. This is Masa's nephew Keito, he's only about 5 months younger than Noah. Isn't he cute!? Maybe someday the two babies can be penpals! Noah will send Keito Twinkies and Keito will send Noah glutenous rice balls. Yes!

Originally uploaded by How Bourgeois.

Note: Even Japanese Dads wear madras shirts too. (That's Masa's Dad)

Originally uploaded by How Bourgeois.

Mt. Fugi as taken from somewhere near or in Masa's home town, Kawaguchiko. How beautiful. Um..what the heck is that though? A backyard? A backyard gravel pit?

Originally uploaded by How Bourgeois.

Heck! We should all move to Japan. Look how nice their outlet malls are, Gees!


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