2003 Guest Book Entries

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Re: Japan by Motorcycle
looks like you had a great time touring around Japan.
I enjoyed browsing through the pictures and regognized some of the places I've been myself.
I did quite a bit of touring in Japan.
I've put my last trip on the web too, check out http://kachidoki.netfirms.com/shikoku

whereabout do you live now?

I moved to Sydney.
my next tour is going to be Tasmania in 2004.

congrats again for your web site. it's nice to share your experience.

and ride safe,

Via: web search
France - Tuesday, December 30, 2003 at 21:44:48 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
You have all the awards in the world. See if this would interest you since you showed an interest to Naomi's olive site. www.olivinc.com
John Charles
Via: Naomi. How do you know her?
New York - Wednesday, December 24, 2003 at 09:26:06 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
You have all the awards in the world. See if this would interest you since you showed an interest to Naomi's olive site. www.olivinc.com
John Charles
Via: Through Naomi. How do you know her?
New York - Wednesday, December 24, 2003 at 09:25:20 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Great Site!
Zone Diet Products
United States - Sunday, December 21, 2003 at 16:22:56 (EST)
Re: Entire Site
this intriuges me very much. one day i will do this as well.
Via: Google
Warren, Michigan USA - Wednesday, December 10, 2003 at 13:01:04 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
What a disgrace!
Dannie Relapse
Via: yahoo
Dallas, Texas - Wednesday, December 03, 2003 at 21:20:35 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
What's wrong with the Japanese pizzas. They're really good. You should come to Japan and try them before you say
yuck! Why criticize something before you even try it?
By the way, why does every Japanese people or scene or kimonos I see on American movies seem so weird and unreal
and un-Japanese. It's hilarious. Come and visit us.
You'll know what I mean.

Via: Engrish
Japan - Friday, November 28, 2003 at 20:14:02 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Weird and interesting stuff, great!
aly of finland
Via: just surfing
finland - Tuesday, November 25, 2003 at 06:24:32 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
my coment is this is ty\he most disusting site .. i love pizza an d u ruined it!!! eww!!
Via: skool project
your ass - Monday, November 24, 2003 at 13:35:58 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
How do make the Barbecue Chiken
Jane Naden
Via: intrenet
USA - Thursday, November 20, 2003 at 12:20:26 (EST)

Re: Japan by Motorcycle
Long time no contact
- Monday, November 17, 2003 at 04:46:30 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
They all look so delicious it’s hard to choose one that I would like to try. OK, I am done lying; those are some of the worst pizza combos I have ever seen. Ewww
Via: A Link from Engrish.com
Las Vegas, NV - Sunday, November 16, 2003 at 21:09:28 (EST)

Re: Entire Site
Your pizza page looked toothsome.
Elasah Bazlith
Via: http://www.engrish.com/links.php
Pakistan - Monday, November 10, 2003 at 21:47:14 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
The pizzas look pretty good. But that's like a whopping $20 (US) for a 10" pizza? Good lord! But I think I must go to Tokyo and try out all the different mayo-combos. Asian people and mayo ... weird. hehe (myself included)
Chung Nguyen
Via: link from Engrish.com
Berkeley, CA, USA - Monday, November 10, 2003 at 12:17:56 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
I want data about available and near youth hostels to Niigata University.
Egypt - Friday, November 07, 2003 at 18:38:04 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
Mike, thanks for your prompt response. Yeah, I guess you're right. But I still think something must be done about it. My students come to me nearly every day and ask me to read and translate what is printed on their sweat shirts, pencil cases,pants,shoes,rulers, pencils,notebooks,etc.@(I have 80 students) Can you imagine the stress? I try to make the best of it. But...
whew! They look so sad when I tell them that the English written on their favorite stationery or clothes is wrong and impossible to decipher. So I usually try to make up the best possible translation. As an English teacher, this is very awkward. I feel the students of English language (that is every Japanese student, should be able to see correct English because that is almost always the only chance for them to see English other than at school or juku.

- Thursday, October 30, 2003 at 20:07:05 (EST)
Re: Entire Site
Very funny! I love your site. It's exactly what I was thinking about for a long time. I teach English to children in Japan and they usually come to the class wearing clothes with Engrish printed on them and they bring stationaries with unscrutable,unimaginable,unbelievable and sometimes hilariously undecodable words and sentences. I wish to work to correct these mistakes. How can I find a client?
Can you help me.

Via: The Japan Times ST
Japan (father American) - Thursday, October 30, 2003 at 09:19:50 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Page 2 and 3 look especially enticing! I think the midwest has to try some of these variations.
Via: From a message board, Free Space, on Space.com
St. Louis, Missouri - Thursday, October 23, 2003 at 22:15:34 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
I suppose some might take the fact that I might actually order some of the pizzas listed is proof enough that I have been here waaaaay too long. However, I have discovered that 9 times out of 10, Japanese culinary surprises are quite delicious - if a bit unnerving.
Davey Leslie
Via: googled for my son's name
Originally, California - Monday, October 20, 2003 at 05:43:42 (EST)

Re: Entire Site
Hi Mike, loved the website. Me and some other Gaijin up here in Misawa formed a Motorcycle Club about 3 Years ago and have dedicated ourselves to traveling japan. Send me a note.

Via: friend
Misawa, Japan - Saturday, October 18, 2003 at 08:55:13 (EST)

Re: Japan by Motorcycle
It took me five days (during break/lunch hour at work) to read all 24 days of your trip. I thought my ten days trip in the 80's from San Francisco to Yellowstone Park in an automobile was "rough". Compare to what you have done, your trip was a real adventure. I had been to Japan a few times; within the big cities of course. I hope I can visit some of the exciting places you have encountered on my future trips to Japan. Thank you for writing this journal, although I am reading this four years after your trip, I felt like I was back in 1999. I truly enjoy reading it. Thanks again.
Via: Japan Travel Search
San Francisco - Thursday, October 16, 2003 at 11:15:12 (EST)

Re: Choi Kwang Do
A lot of poeple on your site seemed to be confused in reguards to the grading system and in belt testings, as i've read in a few of your comments in your guest book. The Choi Kwang Do grading system is done differently than many martial arts. if you go to a white belt testing where you tend to find many of the younger students in the age range of, oh say 5-8, you'll see that, yes we do pass students who are performing things wrong. stances, techinques, ect. Espically at a white belt rank, and being so young, generally those students are not failed. The achievment of that firts belt, gives them the confidence needed to continue and grow in Choi Kwang do. Also Choi Kwang Do bases its grading system on personal achievment and goals. For instance, when an examiner looks at your yellow belt test and then at your green belt test they would like to see that you have improved, and you are doing your personal best. In raguards to blakc belt testing, it takes a lot just to get into those testings. your instructor must first approve you to test and give you permission to do so. Many students have failed black belt testings. Choi Kwang Do does not just pass anyone. Of course the journey to your black belt is a most enjoyable and educational one. i will be testing for my 2nd degree black belt in november 2003.
Danielle Herrle
Via: google
MI - Sunday, October 12, 2003 at 11:31:50 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Nasteh...id like to see Otakus chow down on that, Pocky obsessors o_0;
goth w/morals
Via: Engish.com link list
Ohio - Sunday, October 12, 2003 at 02:25:31 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
I remember the corn/tuna pizza from living in japan!
Via: Someone posted it in a chat room
Kansas - Friday, October 10, 2003 at 21:33:34 (EST)

I need you to teach me as much japanese words as you can.
Wilmington, NC, NC usa - Thursday, October 02, 2003 at 16:45:06 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
Very interesting !!!
Via: Just checking different pizza recipes
Geismar, Louisiana USA - Tuesday, September 30, 2003 at 09:57:57 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
haha dude i live in the same area too but i've never seen this menu.. shame
Via: someone posted a link in forum
seta - Thursday, September 04, 2003 at 05:34:28 (EST)

Re: Entire Site
I like your website..
I'm learning to make homepage of my own.
Keep up ur work..

Via: Browsing
Jakarta, Indonesia - Wednesday, September 03, 2003 at 00:06:08 (EST)

Re: Entire Site
Very inspiring! I will be relocating to Tokyo for a two year assignment...considering doing the same at the end of the assigment. Again, great impressions of your journey.


Via: Altavista
Houston, TX living in Zurich, Switzerland - Wednesday, August 27, 2003 at 18:21:55 (EST)

Re: Entire Site
just downloaded the shareware and i think i have to thank you - hope i will learn at least hiragana and katakana soon.

Michael Ernst
Via: Chris & Lina's Postcard from Japan
Germany - Monday, August 25, 2003 at 04:14:58 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Charleston and Son pizza is and was the VERY BEST PIZZA I ever had. I was on a visit to Japan a few years ago and happen to have a plain cheese thin crust pizza at Charleston and Son in Roppongi. Im posting this cuz I would love to find a link for them but they dont seem to have a web site, I wanting to find out how they make their pizza, IM sure getting their recipe will be next to impossable but I live in the USA and I dont think they deliver that far, or mabye the have a sister resterant in the US. Can anyone Help.
Thanks in advance

Via: surfing
Las Vegas Nevada USA - Monday, August 18, 2003 at 04:25:46 (EST)

Via: just looking at pizza reviews etc
united kingdom - Tuesday, August 12, 2003 at 07:23:19 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Wow, is this really true!? When I saw those pictures for the first time, I could almost hear somebody ecstatically shouting sentences like: "enjoy a japanese pizza, it has a fragrant flavor and taste, close your eyes and rerax, it's just a dream. That is our wishness."
A really good page, if you want to get some impressions about japanese specialities.

Via: Via engrish.com
Finland - Tuesday, August 12, 2003 at 05:36:59 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
about pizzas with boiled eggs - I take it you've never been to Italy and had a Pizza Bismark:
1/2 cup tomato sauce,
2-3 ounces thinly sliced ham
1 egg.
Spread the tomato sauce over the pizza, sprinkle the ham over the sauce, crack the egg over the middle of the pizza, a skitter of olive oil and bake.

- Tuesday, August 05, 2003 at 08:08:23 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
My favorite when I was in Japan was the tuna corn pizza.

Via: Engrish.com
- Monday, August 04, 2003 at 19:07:09 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
WTF is this shiat!!!???? Gawd-damn...ya'll are nasty
Gaggin' in my room
chili-doggville USA - Thursday, July 31, 2003 at 19:58:00 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
Good God! Who actually eats this shit? I wouldn't eat this shit if my life depended on it? Who the f*ck puts Mayo on Pizza? Obviously you morons. F*ck you. This is the King of America

We F*ck 'em Young
Via: I was drunk and started surfin' the net
Home of the Gut Bombs - Thursday, July 31, 2003 at 19:56:50 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
kind of want to show these to my friend. She would probably go for some of these. Bleccchh!!
Via: searching for "havening" (from Chronicles of George)
- Thursday, July 31, 2003 at 04:49:28 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
You have made a mistake in saying that your page is the first one dealing with Japanese pizza on the Net.

I've had a article up about Japanese pizza since November 2000 and was probably the first to write about the phenomenon. http://tanutech.com/japan/jpizza.html#Japanese%20Pizza

A correction would be appreciated.

Billy Hammond
Via: google
US - Monday, July 28, 2003 at 20:31:43 (EST)

[editors note: The viewer must have missed the top-level pizza page which clearly states that it was created in 1995.]

Re: Japanese Pizza
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Duygu Boran
Tr - Saturday, July 26, 2003 at 11:51:40 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
Nice website!
Hyaluronic Acid
United States - Thursday, July 24, 2003 at 06:12:39 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
This is probably one of the best sites ive ever seen......you can eat squid ink? soooooooo hungry now
Via: fom another site
Mississauga Ontario Canada - Tuesday, July 22, 2003 at 10:00:58 (EST)

Re: Choi Kwang Do
Choi kwang do is the most innovative and profound martial art that exists today. Keep it up grandmaster choi. Pil sung!
Joe Linnane
Via: choi kwang do membership license
Royston, England - Tuesday, July 22, 2003 at 09:22:57 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
very great site!! Very interesting. Congratulations.
- Friday, July 18, 2003 at 07:33:06 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
Great website!
Premium Cat Food
United States - Friday, July 18, 2003 at 00:49:38 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
All that disgusting Japanese Pizza brings back some bad memories. I remember the first time I went to an "All you can eat" lunch at Shakeys in Japan and was so sad when I saw the options. Yuck.
Mo Shag
Via: I asked Jeeves about Pizza.
- Thursday, July 17, 2003 at 15:15:27 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Great site, I'll visit often... Now I'm hungry :), Geoff
Roaming Gambler
United States - Thursday, July 10, 2003 at 13:42:48 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
Actually, those pizzas look YUMMY!! I'll have to try that seafood & mayo pizza when I go to Japan later this year!! I don't know about the squid ink pizza, that's the only one that looks gross.
Via: engrish.com
Canada - Thursday, July 10, 2003 at 13:15:10 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
This is awesome! My favorite's are the pizza's with mayonnaise and squid ink! If I were in Japan I think I'd have to try them just for the stories that I'd be able to tell!!
Tana Maule
Via: my cousin forwarded the link to me
Dallas, TX - Tuesday, July 08, 2003 at 17:13:09 (EST)

Re: Japan Photos & Essays
Man, your journal entries are awesome. I've gotten an insight into Japan that is rarely found.

I really like your kana sensei program; really good work.

Forrest E.
Via: Search Engine
Virginia - Monday, July 07, 2003 at 18:31:30 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Tamatama kono page ni tadori tsuita kedo, konna site ga arutoha shirazu, chotto bikkuri shimashita!
Nihon de kouitta pizza wo tabete iruto, gyaku ni kaigai no pizzaga monotarinaku kanji masu.
Darekaga pizza ni mayonaise wo noseru noga kimochi warui to itte itakedo, nihon no mayonaise wa gaikoku no monoto chigatte, amaku naishi totemo oishii to omou.

[editors translation: I happened across this page  and was surprised to find that this kind of site existed.  We eat these kinds of pizzas in Japan but, on the other hand, I feel that pizzas overseas are not fulfilling. Somebody said putting mayonnaise on pizza is disgusting but I think Japanese mayonnaise is different than that in other countries -- it's not sweet and is very delicious.]

Via: engrish.com
Tokyo, Japan - Wednesday, June 25, 2003 at 11:03:39 (EST)

Re: Entire Site
I have a 74 midget restored the same color, It's a Porsch yellow 94 I think. Nice sight. Roy
Roy E Wehr
Via: surfing
Plant City, Fl. USA - Friday, June 20, 2003 at 15:39:27 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Actually, these pizza toppings are closer to the toppings in Italy than the American ones. You can't get American toppings in Italy, but you can get just about any vegitable combination. And yes, they do have some with boiled eggs. When I was there, I was young and only liked 'ham and pineapple', which DOES NOT EXIST THERE! (seriously. Don't even bother asking for pineapple on a pizza, ok? trust me.)
I was up north in January, so they weren't really serving sea-food anyway... but who knows what they do with pizza on the coast...
The only thing I found REALLY strange on this site was the mayonaise. Actually, the whole mayonaise and potato thing was creepy.

Via: engrish.com
Canada - Friday, June 20, 2003 at 01:00:27 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Incredible, it really enlightens me on the marvelous possibilities of pizza. When the Orientals take western food into their hand, they so much enrich it with new looks and flavors. This also reminds me of the American barbeque. When the Chinese or Taiwanese do it, they go so far beyond burgers and hotdogs, they'll bbq so much more, shrimps, spicy lamb, Taiwan sausages, tofu, fishball... allow your mind to run wild.
Cuijun Hu
Via: forwarded by a friend
China - Wednesday, June 11, 2003 at 13:08:21 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
I like to Scuba Also:)
Via: Search
Florida - Wednesday, June 11, 2003 at 04:17:16 (EST)

Re: Entire Site
Very interesting indeed.
Nigel Henden
Via: Recommended by a buddy.
The UKGB - Monday, June 09, 2003 at 21:32:33 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
I've been trying to explain these atrocities to my boyfriend for some time now. He's seen the webpage. I feel vindicated. Thanks!
Heather De Munn
- Friday, June 06, 2003 at 21:25:25 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
Via: From an engrish site
London - Tuesday, June 03, 2003 at 14:06:40 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
mmmMMMMmm.... pizza. the only bad thing 'bout any of em is the squid staining yer mouth black (but even that's not too bad...) Oh, and yes, I AM completely nuts. THANK YOU FOR ALSO SAVING MY BUTT FROM A SCHOOL PROJECTS' WRATH!!! Later!
Via: somehow...
Canada - Saturday, May 31, 2003 at 18:54:48 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Great page! I ran across this page originally several years ago and like to come back now and then to see how weird pizza can really be.
Jim C
Via: Don't remember that far back
New Hampshire, USA - Thursday, May 29, 2003 at 20:14:30 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
It looks good-makes me hungry.
Troy Matthews
Via: Money Line
Ringgold, Georgia - Wednesday, May 28, 2003 at 15:24:40 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Hi, interesting site. I'm sure I'll visit it again soon. Best wishes, Jerry.

Via: search engine
PL - Sunday, May 18, 2003 at 12:08:22 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Mmm mmm! Looks good... so hungry now. Nice site :) Stay cool.
Via: engrish.com
Canada - Sunday, May 18, 2003 at 09:55:47 (EST)

Re: Japan by Motorcycle
I really enjoyed your trip and photos. I travelled Japan last summer for a month but not on a motorcycle. Planes trains and automobiles. I am going to Japan to teach in feb. so I have been searching the net to see more pictures and hear more stories to acclimate myself more before I go. It looks like you had a great time.Thanks for sharing Mark
Mark Oman
Via: google search
wisconsin - Thursday, May 15, 2003 at 09:44:32 (EST)

Re: Entire Site
I can`t express enough of how blessed you were to have had the opportunity to take this trip. Americans rarely take chances venturing out even with there family and for you to have riden Japan alone is an amazing feat and probably will be with you forever. I`m married to a beautiful Japanese women w/ 2 beautiful children. I hope to have the oportunity one day to venture out and expeience just a fraction of what you did. thanks for the story.
Shane Krueger
Via: surfing
Colorado, but live in Take, Japan. Kanagawa prefecture. - Wednesday, May 14, 2003 at 19:57:18 (EST)

Re: Choi Kwang Do
I Loy U
Amanda Blewett
Via: class
IL - Thursday, May 08, 2003 at 10:31:58 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
They look great. I am intrested to know more about those pizza. Do they have the same crust, or is there a special type of crust? What about the sauces. Do they use a typical pizza, tomato based sauce? Please gimme more information.
Dewanta Manik
Via: Through Yahoo search engine
Indonesia - Monday, May 05, 2003 at 01:11:35 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
KENTUCKY - Saturday, May 03, 2003 at 22:38:12 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Tomorow, I am going to Japan. I try to plan my trip. It is too late to find ship place to sleep so I am looking for capsule hostel in Tokyo, Kyoto and Hiroshima. I am also found of motorcycle. I have one (YAMAHA XJR 1200). I also ride to visit France and closer country. Bye
Alain Bourdieu
Via: I was looking for capsule hostel in Hiroshima
France - Monday, April 28, 2003 at 17:44:48 (EST)

Re: Entire Site
We want to join your federation to participate in championship, seminars and any other programms organized by Choi Kwang Do to acquire latest information and knolegde in the field of tae kwon do.
Muhammad Faisal khan
Via: yes
Pakistan - Friday, April 25, 2003 at 06:00:24 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Eine wunderbare Seite. Ich müsste mir ein paar Tips von euch holen. Hat viel Spass gemacht hier zu surfen.
- Friday, April 25, 2003 at 04:31:42 (EST)
Re: Japan by Motorcycle
VERY interesting story. I read the entire thing and enjoyed it as much as a favourite novel. I also have a friend who is the traveling pilgrim type and also a biker, and have recommended this journal to him to read as a potential eye-opener. And before I forget, nice pictures -- you have a good eye for balance.



Dave Chevalier
Via: By long way from Engrish.com
Windsor, Ontario, Canada - Wednesday, April 23, 2003 at 10:48:03 (EST)

Re: Other
i read the k1 visa page and i am going through problem...my
girlfriend and i met on line and she has visited many times to california..we want to get married and are about to start the immigration nightmare...to tell you the truth i dont know where to obtain paper or frankly how to begin

Via: yahoo search
california - Sunday, April 20, 2003 at 18:17:41 (EST)

Re: Japan by Motorcycle
Great Site
Germany - Sunday, April 13, 2003 at 09:50:18 (EST)
Re: Japan Photos & Essays
We are from SHINOBIYA,

We selling Shinobi Shozoku ( Ninja Garb ).
Our type of Shinobi Shozoku is different.
Please visit our HomePage

Thank You

Via: Search Engine
Indonesia - Thursday, April 10, 2003 at 10:22:57 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
This is the stupidest freaking website. Why the hell would you make a website on this crap? Who the hell would eat that shit? Who who who? freaking queer people like your self would?! weird japaneese western trend followers, like sheep.
Click here chump
Via: weeeooo
USA - Sunday, April 06, 2003 at 03:40:38 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Please, please learn english. and why would you make a website on pizza with the nastiest toppings? hurl yourself off a cliff and into on coming traffic. freak
The Fonz who?
Via: visit the site
canada - Sunday, April 06, 2003 at 03:33:36 (EST)

Re: Entire Site
Nice site,and hard work can be seen.
Japan is really cool.

Via: google search
Mongolia - Thursday, April 03, 2003 at 17:14:26 (EST)

Re: MG
would like to know how much a mg midget sprite weighs
Via: looked it up
florida usa - Wednesday, April 02, 2003 at 11:34:10 (EST)

Re: Japan by Motorcycle
Yep, I just finished reading (started last night) your entire 24 day motorcycle trip around Japan. I am envious of your adventure and accomplishment.

During the early years (1976-1979) of my military tour of duty (before getting married), I spent three+ years homeported out of Yokosuka, Japan. As a family we lived on Okinawa for five years from January 1989 to December 1993. Both experiences are quite memorable. I have always longed to return to mainland (Honshu) Japan to revisit old places once again, and to enjoy new adventures.

It sounds like you had quite a memorable experience and something that you probably will never forget or may not be able to experience again.

I'm curious, what were you doing in Japan to begin with? Also, I've read very little about JET, but do the JET teachers make enough earnings to live off of their JET pay to live comfortably in Japan? And how long do these JET teachers spend in Japan?

Thanks for taking the time to put your trip online for us to enjoy and envy - helps me think of the old times I had in Japan. Though I never rode a motorcyle back then, I do now.

Again, thanks for letting me read your Japan exploits. Now to read your other stories.

Orlando, FL

Ray Shepherd
Via: Did a search for Japan AND motorcycle
USA (currently in Orlando, FL area, but originally from Oklahoma) - Saturday, March 29, 2003 at 21:34:31 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
i lived in misawa for 3 years rode cycles went to lake towda many times and to hachnohe to see the fish docks and the midget submarine pens at gull island...great story thanks for sharing Ed
ed parr
Via: big daikon
azusa ca...usa - Wednesday, March 26, 2003 at 20:33:54 (EST)

Re: Other
thank you for this info
i would like to call you if it this possible
my fiance is american and we are expecting a baby in 07/2003
i would like to ask you some Q p.l.s
thak you

haouchine abdelghani
algiers(algeria) - Wednesday, March 19, 2003 at 00:20:59 (EST)
Re: Pizza Japonesa
necesito el compromiso de choi kwan do... le agredeceria a aquel que me lo pueda proveer a mi mail... muchas gracias
morales, roberto
Via: por el altavista
de san martin - Tuesday, March 18, 2003 at 17:21:31 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Awesome!!! :) Never heard of Japanese Pizza before - sounds great!
Via: surfing
USA - Saturday, March 15, 2003 at 22:42:21 (EST)

Re: Entire Site
Thanks Mike, a nice a tour! Jack
Jack Daly
Via: Mike sent it to me
Alaska - Friday, March 14, 2003 at 17:09:10 (EST)

Re: Japan by Motorcycle
Hi. Have just arrived in Kobe for 6 months - 1 year and am searching for ways to traverse Japan from end-to-end, possibly by motorbike. Really enjoyed reading the full trip diary and the effort you put into creating it on the net. Am looking forward to getting out & about in Japan.
Suzanne Nottage
Via: Google
New Zealand - Friday, March 14, 2003 at 02:13:46 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
this was totally bobalishious!!!!!! bob on!
Bob the builder
Via: from my friend bob
bobland - Thursday, March 13, 2003 at 14:43:40 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Aloha, just came accidently to your site and didn't want to leave without posting a message. Keep up the good work! ;o)
Kanada - Wednesday, March 12, 2003 at 11:05:35 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
I think that you're food looks disgusting and it probably tastes the same!!! Why are you people soo stupid to put more than one topping to your pizza? I hope that you won't send any of your pizza to Bermuda!!
Aaron Fenn
Via: By searching for a school project
Bermuda - Wednesday, March 12, 2003 at 09:35:39 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Extremely funny site! Will psychologically harm you for life!
Personally can't wait for the pizza with squid ink, mayo and feta cheese.....

Karl Doe
Via: superb
Germany - Friday, March 07, 2003 at 11:36:08 (EST)

Re: Choi Kwang Do
aguante choi kwang do!!!
choi kwang do rules!!!!

Via: by coinsidence
argentina - Friday, February 28, 2003 at 21:18:01 (EST)

Re: Japan by Motorcycle

Thanks for the pictures and the info re: the tour of Japan by motorcycle. I lived there for almost three years and missed the chance to take the dream trip around Hokkaido, even though I had the bike and the license. Have you any thoughts of returning? I've been posting on bb's trying to find ex-pats (or ex-expats) who want to cruise Hokkaido in August 2003. Let me know. Anyway, great web site!


Via: www.alltheweb.com, search = motorcycle japan
USA - Friday, February 28, 2003 at 18:47:58 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
^-^ I just wanted to say that it is pretty funny the way the author of this page wrote his pizza article^_^ I couldn`t stop laughing while reading it, especially because I am a Pizza Freak^_~

Via: Looking for Japan News
USA - Monday, February 24, 2003 at 07:28:50 (EST)

Re: Entire Site
From what you said you arrived in japan when you were a teenager and unless i'm wrong u didn't know how to speak japanese. So my question is how did you get round the language barrier that existed.
douglas king
Via: research on life in japan for a foreighner
uk - Wednesday, February 12, 2003 at 18:10:40 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
i want to learn japanese,please help me!
kipkemoi kenneth
kenya - Saturday, February 08, 2003 at 06:27:37 (EST)
Re: Japanese Pizza
you have the BEST japanese pizza site !!!
detroit - Thursday, February 06, 2003 at 19:47:01 (EST)
Re: Japan by Motorcycle
Hey Michael - loved your pages on Japan by Motorcycle! I've just returned from japan while working/holidaying for a couple of weeks. I used to ride a Spada here in Australia as my first bike, and I'm keen to travel Japan on my Honda VFR (with my wife, if possible). Can you provide me with any insight on what I'd need to sort out before taking on this challenge? I know a little Japanese (looking to learn more) and have friends in Japan, but I get the impression that I should be a bit more fluent.
Ed Luck
Via: Looked up "Honda Spada" at google.com
Australia - Thursday, January 30, 2003 at 20:11:36 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
How do I get the recipes for these pizzas?
I am in the begining stages of opening a Japanese
Fusion Resturaunt and would like to offer some
of these Japanese pizzas on the menu.
Please tell me where I may obtain information
on how to make these pizzas. I hope to hear from you
very soon. My email address is, "jeffery123@hotmail.com"



Jeff Shipman
Via: web crawler
Birmingham Alabama - Wednesday, January 29, 2003 at 15:32:49 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
They actually don't look to bad!!
Lynn Kennedy
Via: Looking for lunch
Denver, Coloroado, USA - Tuesday, January 21, 2003 at 14:13:03 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
Is Japanese Pizza availible in America????
Jeff Shipman
Via: Lycos search engine
Birmingham, Alabama U.S.A. - Monday, January 20, 2003 at 17:41:12 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
I am thing about moving to Japan . you tell me the best way to find work ? and a place to live . thank you

Via: yahoo
L.A. ca - Friday, January 10, 2003 at 11:21:51 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
My name is Paul Silva and I am a Segment Producer for "Ripley's Believe It or Not".

Please contact me in regards to having some of your bizarre Japanese Pizza's appear on our program.


Paul Silva
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Paul Silva
- Thursday, January 09, 2003 at 20:38:09 (EST)
Re: Japan Photos & Essays
Beautiful pictures! Looks like a great motorcycle trip
GALLIPOLIS, OHIO - Wednesday, January 08, 2003 at 08:08:36 (EST)

Re: Japanese Pizza
I was wondering, why do most all of the Pizza dishes come with Mayonaise? I have never seen that before? Please help. Also, I am not sure if you are affilated with the TV Show Iron Chef but if you are, i have a few suggestions for the mystery food. How about, French Fries, Pancakes, or maybe Grilled Cheese Sandwiches! Thank you for your time!
Via: Threw a friend.
Bejing - Monday, January 06, 2003 at 17:41:46 (EST)

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