Tsuchiura Fireworks 2010, Ibaraki, Japan

This is just a quick update post. Last weekend I posted the article about dealing with your frustration in Japan. My frustration stemmed from me having a chance to see, literally, one firework of the Tsuchiura fireworks festival here in Ibaraki, Japan. Although I didn’t get to see it, a student sent me video of the fireworks festival. It looked like it was an amazing show. Check it out:

I will be ABSOLUTELY certain not to miss this show next year!! And I am going to go decked out with all kinds of gear, ready to take all kinds of picures and videos. People are going to look at me like I’m crazy…it’s going to be like Robocop attending a Japanese fireworks festival. It’s going to be great!!

Donald Ash

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Donald Ash is an ATLien expat who has been living in a Japanese time warp for the last six years. While in aforesaid time warp, he discovered that he absolutely loves writing, blogging, and sharing. Donald is the creator, writer, designer, editor, programmer, and occasional bad artist of thejapanguy.com blog (that's just way too many hats, dude). Wanna know more about this guy? Check out his "What's Your Story" page.
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