Mathias paa tur!
Brazil, Argentina and Chile: 20. April - 10. June.
California: 10. June - 17 June.
Hawaii: 17 June - 10 July.
Japan: 10 July - 25 July.
China: 25 July - 9. August
9. August: Back in Norway!
what! haha did you really break in???
Yes, it was really exiting! ;)
God, you are such a shithead.
That's life bro!
Why on earth would you do something like this? You simply don't disrespect someone in this fashion. Where in the world did you learn your manners? You certainly do not take others' things without asking (that is stealing, sir, not "life" as you call it), and you definitely do not break into their places of residence.To concur with Anon; God, you are such a shithead.
Well Anon, you wern't there, so you don't know how things looked like. It was a left alone place. And these things had been there 2 or 3 years! So I think it was no problem =) It's a very neat memory! And as you see on the letter I wrote him, he can get his stuff back if he wants! I still havn't heard anything ;)
Hi Mathias,I'm also a big fan of Miyasaki.How did you know where you broke in was a left alone place for Miyasaki? And how did you find where it was? You said it's located in Domo, isn't it? I read his auto-biography and realized that his house is at Domo, but maybe he owns a few places there. Last year around this time, June 2012, I backpacked to Tokyo alone and planned to visit Miyasaki's Ghibli studio. The studio is located in Higashi-Koganei, Tokyo. When I really arrived Ghibli studio, I decided to walk around the adjacent area. Less than 5 minute, I spotted Miyasaki's personal office, a huge, old fashioned , dark green cabin which I saw in his documentary. Therefore, I wandered around his cabin and finally he opened the door and walked out to his yard. I was totally too surprised and nervous to say "Miyasaki san, konichiwa"... Unfortunately, we just looked at each other and I walked away from him gradually. Well, I was such a coward and I regret for loosing the chance to talk to him ever since. My Japanese sucked at that time, and I thought he doesn't understand English very well so I was afraid that could cause misunderstanding. Oh, I really thought too much! I should have knelt down when I met him.