Reportedly, some foreign tourists in Japan want to stay in tatami rooms. So, I will show you my room. In Japan, people don’t wear shoes at home, so please don’t walk on tatami with shoes because tatami gets hurt very easily.
I sleep this way. To be honest, I don’t like to sleep on a bed. It’s probably because I’m too used to sleeping on futon in a tatami room and I’m afraid of falling from a bed. By the way, the floor is called “tatami”, the mattress is called “futon” and the white paper is called “shoji”. Children love to tear holes in shoji.
I have a Sony’s laptop and a PC monitor. I watch DVDs on the PC monitor, when I find it difficult to sleep. When I go abroad, I take the deep blue bag on the right. I’m often asked by immigration officers “How were you able to survive with the language?”. Maybe they suspect I’m a drug dealer.
I want this. When I’m lying, I want to watch a movie on the ceiling.
Some people wear slippers in the restrooms at home.↓
Best friend in the rest room! Japanese toilet “washlet”
I stayed at a Capsule Hotel in Kinshicho, Tokyo
Revised trigger of Faucet in Japan and earthquakes