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Tanabata dancing is the activity of learning and performing traditional Japanese dances, typically while wearing a yukata (a summer kimono). There are 2 types of dances- stage dances, where we perform in a formation for an audience standing in one spot, and circle dances, where we practice maybe an 8-12 count dance moving in a [...]

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Alright, so yesterday was National Sibling Day, and of course I didn’t know until the day was nearly over! So in honor of NSD, (or as you probably see it now, Throwback Thursday), here’s my sister and I, back in I believe 1989. I’m in blue I’m so lucky to have such a great big [...]

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Oh yes, the title says it all. Dan and I, along with 3 other friends, climbed to the summit of Mt. Fuji, Japan’s tallest mountain. Dan and I were invited to climb Mt. Fuji by our friends the Ammons. I met Christine during training for my current job and we’ve been good friends ever since. [...]

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