This post is more for pictures, but perhaps you read my post from about a year ago when I arrived in Japan. Now, I’ve definitely collected more… things. It’s going to be hard to decide what to take and what to leave. Clearly, there is a lot to choose from. I may have bought a few too many books, also. I better start getting picky!
Despite being a really small apartment, for my brief duration here, it definitely felt like home and I made it my own. I’ll be sad to leave all it’s crafty strorage spaces and easiness to clean. It’s been fun, Leo Palace. If only you were wired for fiber-optics, we could have been better friends.
3 thoughts on “My Tiny Apartment a Year Later”
Not unlike a cruise ship cabin, which seems oddly appropriate. Don’t leave that cute toothbrush holder 🙂
Exactly the same layout as my place in (west) Koga last year. I hate that Leopalace windows are all frosted. I don’t think we met, but I lived there at the same time as you and found your blog searching for Cafe Ocha Nova.
I’m so late replying to this… but WOW! We didn’t meet, how is the possible?? Lol. What are you up to now?