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Thursday, June 14, 2007



Hi Mari,
Congrats on making it to Japan Times Blogroll !
Looks like June is a month of achievement (Yamanote line walk) and recognition for u !

I posted the article up at my blog ^-^


I've read the Japan Times' article and was encouraged by your challenge. Your point of view is very smart and seems to give useful suggestions not only to overseas readers but also to domestic readers like us.
Actually I am one of the bloggers who write weblogs in broken English to inform the whole world with the opinion not biased by eastern prejudice.
I wish your weblog would last forever.


I saw that article and I agree with Adam that it sounded too serious! They forgot to mention your lighter side ;-) Anyway, congratulations!


Hi there
thank you for nice and kinds words. これからもおバカネタを書き続けますよ。


A 3 Yen smile, haha funny. Congratulations on the review!


Congrats Mari!


Congratulations! I think our news services have been reading your blog. There was an announcement regarding Japan's Pepsi Cucumber flavor on the news this morning.


I saw the piece at JT online a day or so ago.
You have very cute eyes, can't tell about the rest of you :)

Thank you for all of you hard work.


Great Mari! :-) Congratulations



What they have written about you, your blog , your interview and your perspective in the Japan Time are fabulous. It can draw more people to visit your blog,and to learn more about Japan in your view. Moreover,your current fans blog also know more about your thoughts.

I have got to check out whether they publish the Zero price of smile on their menu in Thailand or not, I have not gone there since last few months. I guess they create the same marketing promotion everywhere on this planet, because in recent years they do so.

Anyway, do not be too disappointed about Japanese Mac Menu; they serve some nice food which cannot be found in other countries. Yeah, human being never gets enough, you might want some menu they serve in USA, I want some menu they serve in Japan.


I've never tried to order a smile at a McDonalds in America, but on the menu it says, "Smiles Free." At least, it did the last time I checked, which was admittedly a while ago. Love the blog!



Although, it was such a serious article in the Japan Times...

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