May 20, 2019 at 05:23PM

insto @ 9:39 pm

I’m back on my own rug, gonna try to portion out these Hard Boiled Cola Gummies to last me for as long as possible. Porting fizzy to sour is a genius move. The masc vibe on this is unnecessary but I guess it makes sense if you were one of those kids that didn’t like seltzer because it “tastes angry”. To the left are some grape cigarettes I bought for Penny Purtle, he likes chalky stuff. To the right is a gachapon toy I got that’s an ancient Japanese terracotta figure. Gachapon is what capsule toy machines are called in Japan. I just looked it up on w’pedia and learned that it’s an onomatapoeia- “gacha” is the sound of turning the knob, and “pon” is the sound of the toy dropping into the basin. Gacha gacha gacha, pon pon pon. I spent the last couple days at my beloved desk, writing up ideas from my trip. They aren’t all terracotta figurines but I just gotta turn the knob and let them fall out one by one.


May 15, 2019 at 09:35PM

insto @ 3:39 am

I’m on the bus to the airport right now, be home in, 23 hours? Here’s a pic from yesterday. I had a great trip with so much to see and think about. Ah, I couldn’t figure out what to say and now we’re almost at the airport! Thanks to the Moris!


May 13, 2019 at 01:56AM

insto @ 6:27 am

It makes an old Worcester boy proud to see a rickshaw in use. Ganbare my dude.


May 12, 2019 at 08:00AM

insto @ 12:27 pm

When you play it, say it


May 11, 2019 at 03:05AM

insto @ 7:27 am

Sakiko’s first cousin is in a Herman harp ensemble, they played a show at the toy museum (museum for toys) this afternoon. The Herman harp is like a hammered dulcimer without the hammers, with a place for the sheet music behind the strings that shows you exactly where to pluck. It was kind of like the hat era of Fat Day- a group of four people playing two notes at a time, working together to create chords and harmonies. Unlike Fat Day, they played arrangements of Strauss waltzes and sentimental Japanese sing-alongs.


May 10, 2019 at 09:45PM

insto @ 2:27 am

Waking up in Tottori City. I’m at a cute little bagel store on a second floor, the sign is a board with a hole in it. I’m not gonna get into bagel wars here, the bagel may not have been “a true bagel” but I enjoyed eating it, with butter, a side salad, half a hard boiled egg, yogurt with strawberries, and two small disks of the local tofu speciality. If you need another cup of coffee just say “kohee mo ipai” that means “coffee again one”. I said it and it worked.


May 10, 2019 at 03:48AM

insto @ 8:29 am

Community egg-boiling station at the seaside hot springs foot-bath. I don’t think it looks like a foot on purpose, I think it just does. 20 minutes for a perfect egg THEY SAY


May 10, 2019 at 03:30AM

insto @ 8:29 am

Posting this on main because I forget #kevindriscoll’s name on here. Tottori City, Tottori JP


May 07, 2019 at 12:34AM

insto @ 5:27 am

Throwback edition


May 05, 2019 at 07:52PM

insto @ 12:27 am

Just waking up on Naoshima island

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