Cartoonist and teaching artist. I draw the comic www.friedchickenandsushi.com
Difficult to hear, but true. The U.S. can look different for people of color. If you’re living overseas, what would you say?
When your positive attitude gets hit with reality.
WARNING! Do not mix Glossy Gleam Sheen with hot spring!!
I think hot coffee is the most popular. You would think it’s tea after such a long history of it in Japan, but I believe coffee is king.
If they’re still serving iced coffee, I’m drinking it!
J can never slack off! We should all imagine the masters of our chosen craft are always watching, to keep that motivational fire to grow and improve lit.
The battle to ring the bell at a family restaurant in Japan can be epic – if Dad isn’t there.
I was a tea drinker most of my life, until having a child. Coffee has made all the difference in my energy and productivity. Drinking tea is wonderful when I need to relax and wind down, though. How about you?
How would organic breath smell? Like grass? Dirt? If Tanuki is lucky, maybe flowers?
Backing into parking spots is very popular in Japan. Tanuki just wanted to take this chance to appreciate how challenging it can be.