Tatami room


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My tatami room

Reportedly, some foreign tourists in Japan want to stay in tatami rooms. So, I will show you my room. Please don’t walk on tatami with shoes because it gets damaged easily. (In Japan, people don’t wear shoes at home. )

tatami

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 laptop and PC monitor. I watch DVDs on the PC monitor, when I find it difficult to sleep. When I go abroad, I take the dark 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 projected on the ceiling.


This room has two doors. One is to the corridor and the other is to the clothes room.

Best friend in the rest room! Japanese toilet “washlet”
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