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2010.07.14 16:21 ZenGhost Appliance questions, comments or complaints

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2020.10.18 18:28 themadkingnqueen Scam Home Warranty

Do you or someone you know currently have a home warranty or are considering getting one? Curious about getting more work for your company by becoming a technician with a home warranty? Have some questions about your home appliances and/or major systems? Been ripped off in the past by a home warranty company or technician of the same? Well you are in the right place. I'll tell you what I know, help in any way I can. For free.

2023.05.30 13:28 yeuri12396 Need advice on my situation, especially those working as HR in BPO

I wanna ask people, especially those sa BPO. I'm a product trainer sa isang account sa BPO, and to give context I was in a relationship with a TL sa account. We broke up, but 3mos after breakup I found out preggy ako. We tried to work things out ni TL (living together and stuff) pero di nya kasi tanggap talaga ako and the baby, along with the utter neglect and verbal abuses I endured for 2mos, so I decided to stop trying and move out. TL said he'll support naman financially, though I doubt this kasi nung 2mos na nakatira ako with him at fam nya aside sa expenses ko for myself and pregnancy, ako na umaako ng expenses nya sa pamasahe at bahay nila kasi walang wala daw sya. Di rin sya naghehelp out sa akin sa household, tapos yung parents and sister nya lagi wala din sa bahay.
The worst thing, I found out he was actually spreading news sa aming mga agents and sa mga friends nya na naging friends ko na rin outside of work na di daw talaga ako buntis, and kaya daw ako umalis kasi baka natunugan ko raw na he is suspecting. Samantalang I'd always ask him na to go with me sa check-ups pero he'll decline. Mama nya lagi nasama sa akin, tas I'd found out he's showing soft copies of my baby's ultrasound sa mga pinagsasabihan nya, and these people (both inside and outside work) would agree with him and say na fake daw, kasi bakit daw ang liit lang daw ng belly ko for a 5mos pregnant woman (btw 4"11 lang ako and I normally weigh 46-47 kg before getting pregnant). Kiniclaim din nya na nireregla pa rin ako kahit buntis when I repeatedly told him na sabi ng doctor may PCOS din kasi ako.
I've just been diagnosed with antepartum depression, and sabi rin ng doctor malnourished daw ako from stress, fatigue, and neglect. Di ko na alam what to do both sa work and outside work, kasi yun na lang lagi ko naiisip. I'm scared to go to work thinking na pinag uusapan nila pregnancy ko, pero di ko naman afford mag-ask agad ng mat leave kasi 3mos lang daw allowed mat leave, and I need the money too.
I wanted to file a case or something for my peace of mind, pero I don't know what to file or if pwede ko ba to i-file sa HR namin. Di ko naman ma-raise sa OM ng account kasi favorite si TL ng OM namin, tas it doesn't help na yung team nila is top seller ng account. Tapos I'm scared of retaliation from him and his friends and agents. Need ko talaga advice. Thank you.
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2023.05.30 13:14 PinacoladaBunny Flexispot E7 - Correcting 'The Wobble'

After a great deal of deliberation, hours of research and a thorough assessment of what I actually needed from a standing desk... I settled for the Flexispot E7.
Some of the things which appealed to me were that the E7 goes significantly lower than most standing desks. As a shorter person, this flexibility for desk height was important. It also has a good load capacity weight, which although I don't have heavy tech equipment, I do have a tendency to lean on desks during meetings.
Putting the desk together was overall pretty straightforward. An electric screwdriver was definitely an essential piece of kit. However, once up... the back/front wobble was horrendous. The feet and legs were sitting comfortably and steadily on the floor, but the desktop had significant movement which would be very annoying.
Now, some of the screws had loosened in other parts of the desk when moving it from the upside-down state to right-way-up. Not sure why, they were in tightly when they were put in. Maybe gravity? Or movement of the desk as it flips over?!
So rather than taking the whole desk apart at 1am, we unscrewed the desktop from the frame (fiddly to do, and especially to get back on, but it worked). Lo and behold, the first screws that go in to hold to top of the frame steady were loose. A quick tighten of them all again, and much faffing about reattaching the desktop, it's now absolutely solid. Not a wobble of any amount to be seen.
One of the screws into the desktop has snapped in situ, so that's going to be an interesting hurdle to cover if I need to take the desk apart to move it whilst we're renovating.
However, with this fix I'm now very happy with the E7. Having the flexibility to move whilst working is great, and the desk itself looks smart too. I've bought a few accessories like a desktop mat, and a laptop stand to improve my set up too.
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2023.05.30 12:39 Fit-Comfortable-6031 Easy way to track Samsung phone location? Can I track a Samsung phone that is powered off? Can I track a Samsung phone with another Samsung phone?

When you need to know where someone is right now, tracking their location should be your top priority. There are a variety of reasons why you might want to locate someone. For their protection and your own sanity, you may want to keep an eye on your kids and loved one
Simple Ways to Track a Samsung Phone Location?
You might have a bizarre purpose for following someone’s phone location. Whatever your motive for wanting to track someone’s position, you now have various possibilities. There are also numerous tools available that allow you to track a person’s position via their cell phone. In this article, we will discuss simple ways to track a Samsung Phone Location?
Did you know that Samsung is the world leader in digital technology, especially in terms of mobile phone sales in 2021? In the first two quarters, the business sold around 112.5 million units to end-users It’s no surprise, then, that your kids and loved one use their Samsung phones to socialize at all hours of the day and night.
Mobile technologies have brought convenience to people’s lives, but they have also become a source of considerable danger. Cyberbullying, hidden death squads, perilous challenges, and online predators are all issues that thousands of kids and loved one face on a regular basis.
Why and How to Track Your Child’s Samsung Phone
As previously said, kids and loved one can get into mischief even if they are in the room next door to you. Online predators utilize Tinder, Snapchat, Kik, and other apps to befriend young people because they enjoy spending time on social media and adding new friends to their accounts.
In most circumstances, maniacs don’t even need to pretend to be teenagers because kids and loved one are happy to engage with people of various ages.
Furthermore, if a new “friend” request it, they can sext strangers and share private content. When predators reveal their genuine identities and begin pushing kids and loved one to send more sexual images and videos, the pleasure comes to an end. Predators might pressure adolescents to meet up in person, so the online explosion frequently turns physical.
As a parent, you must be aware of what is going on in your kids and loved one life, both in the real world and online. If your kids and loved one is depressed but refuses to tell you about it, it’s a sign that they’re being bullied. Pressuring a kid and loved one to answer your inquiries can exacerbate the situation. As a result, you’ll need to use a different method to discover the truth, such as monitoring your kids and loved one online activity and tracing their locations.
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Because this service works with all mobile network carriers, NERDHACK SPY is a phone tracker by number capable of tracking any phone’s position by its number.
Are you looking for a more feature-rich option to remotely track a Samsung Phone? Then you should consider using a parental control app like NERDHACK SPY to feel even safer
Samsung’s Find My Phone
If your kids and loved one possesses a Samsung and you need to locate them, you can use a Samsung-specific service. In the event that a phone is stolen, NERDHACK can help find it and secure the data on it. Furthermore, you can utilize the service to remotely unlock the phone.
Make sure the data backup feature on the target Samsung device is turned on before utilizing the service. If you’re not sure if your kids and loved one has switched it on, go to Settings, Lock Screen & Security, and Find My Mobile on their phone. If necessary, sign in and enable all of the options displayed on the screen.
Find My Mobile allows you to lock and unlock your kids and loved one cellphone remotely, erase and back up data, and retrieve calls and messages, in addition to discovering their whereabouts. The list of available interactions is determined by the Samsung phone model used by your kids and loved one.
Android’s Find My Device
Despite the fact that the majority of smartphone users use Samsung phones that run on Android, there are times when a device operates on a different operating system. Keep in mind that the Find My Device service only works for Android handsets if you wish to trace a Samsung.
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2023.05.30 12:10 thearcherr pull down now playing screen

no can do, using the android app on samsung galaxy S23, anyone know how to fix or is this implemented in every app? I remember you used to be able to pull it down with your thumb swipe, and now you gotta do a back gesture or tap the arrow in top left to minimise the now playing screen so dumb
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2023.05.30 11:13 Gud_Boi- Looking for fully functioning laundromat

If anyone has any info at all of a laundromat that is open and has washers and dryers operational, I'd really appreciate it.
I don't care where on island or how much or how long the lines are. I just need clean underwear and I'm this close to resorting to hand washing.
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2023.05.30 10:42 Aggressive-Move-2610 Saw the updated laundry list... How is the photo hack to gain friendship quicker on a list of things to fix when we have so many more important bugs. My children will never be able to do the Social Butterfly aspiration again 🤣

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2023.05.30 10:07 GoingCrazy0515 Global Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) Camera(LWIR) Thermal Imaging Camera Market 2023 - By Trends, Size, Regional Analysis, Market Share And Forecast To 2029

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2023.05.30 08:47 DoingCompany How to make tapioca flour?

How to make tapioca flour?
In order to increase the added value of cassava, processing cassava into tapioca flour has become the choice of more and more cassava growers. So how is tapioca flour produced?
There are two common processing methods of tapioca flour on the market. The first is dry processing. The steps of producing tapioca flour are: cleaning cassava, peeling cassava, slicing cassava, drying and grinding, and sieving. This processing method is low in cost and easy to operate, and is very popular in households and small factories. However, tapioca flour made from dried cassava chips is not of high quality. Usually such tapioca flour looks yellowish, and it is easy to mix fine impurities in the process of processing. The second is wet processing. The production steps are: cleaning cassava, peeling cassava, cutting and crushing cassava, dehydrating cassava pulp, secondary crushing, air-drying tapioca flour, screening and packaging. This maximizes the extraction of tapioca flour, improving production efficiency and quality of tapioca flour. 【Recommended reading: Why do large cassava flour processing plants first choose automated processing equipment?
Tapioca flour processing steps and what machines are required
Different tapioca flour processing methods require different machines:
1. Dry processing of tapioca flour
This processing method can be briefly summarized as cleaning, slicing, and grinding. The required machines are: dry sieve, paddle washing machine, peeling machine, slicer, hammer crusher. Henan Jinrui will recommend tapioca flour processing machines of different specifications for you according to your needs.
2. Wet processing of tapioca flour
Wet processing is currently the most efficient method of tapioca flour production on the market. First, clean and wash cassava by dry sieve and paddle washer, then peel cassava by peeling machine, cut and grind cassava by cutter and rasper machine, dewater cassava pulp by plate-frame filter machine, mill cassava cake by hammer crusher, finally dry and sieve tapioca flour by flash dryer and sifter sieve. In the operation of these tapioca flour processing machines, the time from the input of fresh cassava raw material to the output of final tapioca flour is very short, which can ensure that the final flour is not affected by any impurities. Thus you can get high quality tapioca flour.
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2023.05.30 08:22 AuSSie-HellCat Week 2: October 2023 - GEW: Riot & Unleashed

Week 2: October 2023 - GEW: Riot & Unleashed

GEW: Riot

Match 1 - HoB vs Heart Brekkers (Tag Team Tournament Round 1)
From the moment the bell rang, The House of Black displayed their dominance. Buddy unleashed a flurry of strikes, combining his precision and martial arts expertise to keep The Heart Brekkers on their toes. Brody King, a force of power and intensity, used his sheer strength to overpower his opponents.
As the match progressed, the rivalry between the two teams intensified. The House of Black showcased their unity and ruthless aggression, delivering devastating moves that left The Heart Brekkers reeling. The crowd was captivated by the sheer intensity and skill displayed by both teams.
In a climactic moment, The House of Black unleashed their signature finisher, culminating in a pinfall victory over The Heart Brekkers.
Winner: House of Black by Pinfall (3.5 Stars)
Announcement from William Regal
As you all know, the GEW World Heavyweight Championship is the most prestigious title in the world of professional wrestling. And to determine the next challenger for this illustrious championship, we are organizing a number one contender match!
This match will feature three of the most dominant and formidable wrestlers in the industry today. First, we have the Celtic Warrior, Sheamus, whose brute strength and explosive power have taken him to the top of the mountain before.
Next up, we have the Almighty Bobby Lashley, whose sheer athleticism and grappling prowess make him a force to be reckoned with inside the squared circle.
And last but certainly not least, we have the Rainmaker, Kazuchika Okada, one of the greatest wrestlers in the world today.
These three titans of the ring will clash in an epic battle, and the winner will earn the right to face the current GEW World Heavyweight Champion and claim the ultimate prize. This match will take place next week at Beach Bash with the winner facing rather Bryan Danielson or Santos Escobar at the next PPV.

Match 2 - Toni Storm, Bayley, & Zoey Starks vs Britt Baker, Jaime Hayter, & Dakota Kai
At the start of the match, both teams were equally matched with each other. Britt Baker, the GEW Women's Champion, and Toni Storm started the match and put on an incredible display of technical wrestling. Soon after, Bayley and Jaime Hayter were tagged in, and the pace of the match increased, with both women throwing each other around the ring with incredible force.
The match started to get brutal when Dakota Kai was tagged in and immediately attacked Zoey Starks, throwing her into the steel ring post and pummeling her with kicks and punches. Starks fought back, but Kai continued to dominate her.
The match turned into a brawl as all six women fought inside and outside the ring. Bayley and Hayter fought in the crowd while Storm and Baker battled at ringside. In the ring, Starks managed to tag in Bayley, who took control of the match, delivering several devastating moves on Kai.
Bayley hit the Bayley-to-Belly on Kai for the victory. After the match, the heels attacked the faces, but they were eventually cleared from the ring, leaving the winners to celebrate their victory.
Winner: Toni Storm, Bayley, & Zoey Starks by Pinfall (4.75 Stars)

Match 3 - Money Inc vs Aussie Open (Tag Team Tournament Round 1)
In an explosive tag team encounter, Aussie Open, comprised of Kyle Fletcher and Mark Davis, clashed with the experienced duo of Money Inc. The match showcased the agility and power of Aussie Open as they executed high-flying maneuvers and devastating strikes. Despite a valiant effort from Money Inc, Aussie Open emerged victorious, securing the pinfall and leaving the crowd in awe of their impressive performance.
Winner: Aussie Open by Pinfall (4 Stars)
Backstage Segment
[The camera cuts to a backstage area, showing us what happened last week moments after LA Knight walked out on Grayson Waller during their tag team match. Grayson Waller is visibly frustrated and pacing back and forth when The Miz approaches him.]
Grayson Waller: [angered] Can you believe that, Miz? Knight just left me hanging out there!
The Miz: [calmly] I know it's frustrating, Waller, but we need to stay focused. We can't let this tear us apart.
Grayson Waller: [agitated] How can you defend him, Miz? He abandoned me in the ring! We were supposed to be a team!
[Just as Grayson finishes his sentence, LA Knight storms into the scene, looking equally furious.]
LA Knight: [pointing a finger at Grayson] You wanna know why I left, Waller? Because you're nothing but dead weight!
Grayson Waller: [getting in Knight's face] Dead weight? You're the one who couldn't handle a little adversity and decided to walk away!
[The tension between Knight and Waller continues to escalate as they exchange heated words, getting dangerously close to physical confrontation. The Miz steps between them, forcing them apart.]
The Miz: [firmly] That's enough! Both of you need to calm down and think about what you're doing. This isn't the time or the place for this.
LA Knight: [still seething] No, Miz! I've had enough of both of your incompetence. I don't need you two dragging me down anymore.
The Miz: [leaning closer to LA Knight] You think you can just walk away whenever things get tough? Well, let me remind you of something, Knight. You signed a contract when you joined The A-List Experience. That means you have a responsibility to be a team player, no matter what.
[LA Knight hesitates, realizing the weight of The Miz's words.]
LA Knight: [gritting his teeth] Fine. But don't expect me to forget this, Waller.
Grayson Waller: [defiantly] Likewise, Knight. We'll settle this, one way or another.
[The tension lingers in the air as The Miz steps back, his gaze shifting between Knight and Waller. The scene ends with the three members of The A-List Experience standing apart, their unity shattered, and uncertain about what lies ahead.]

Match 4 - Cody Rhodes vs Shinsuke Nakamura
The bell rang, and the two locked up in the center of the ring, both trying to gain the upper hand.
The crowd was firmly behind both wrestlers, as they executed their signature moves flawlessly. Nakamura's striking ability was on full display as he landed a series of hard kicks and strikes to Rhodes' body. But Rhodes was resilient, using his technical prowess to stay in the match.
The match continued back and forth with near falls and high impact maneuvers from both competitors. As the match wore on, it became clear that Rhodes had a slight advantage, gaining momentum with every passing minute.
In the end, Rhodes landed his finisher, the Cross Rhodes, and pinned Nakamura for the three-count.
Winner: Cody Rhodes by Pinfall (5 Stars)

Match 5 - Chad Gables US Title Open Challenge
Happy Corbin comes out to answer the challenge, looking confident and determined to take the title from Gable.
The match begins with both competitors feeling each other out, trying to gain an advantage. Corbin manages to take control early on, using his strength and size advantage to keep Gable grounded. However, Gable uses his technical wrestling skills to counter Corbin's offense and get back into the match.
As the match continues, Gable picks up momentum and starts hitting some impressive moves on Corbin. Corbin tries to fight back, but Gable is relentless and keeps the pressure on. In the end, Gable catches Corbin off guard with an ankle lock, surprising Corbin and securing the victory.
Winner: Chad Gable by Submission (4 Stars)
Post Match Segment
The arena erupts in cheers as Chad Gable celebrates his hard-fought victory over Happy Corbin. Gable's music blares through the speakers, and he raises his arms in triumph, basking in the adulation of the crowd.
Suddenly, the venue plunges into darkness, and an ominous silence fills the air. The lights slowly begin to illuminate, revealing Jay White and The Gunns standing at the entrance ramp, wearing sinister smirks on their faces. The crowd's reaction shifts from confusion to a mixture of boos and jeers.
Jay White and The Gunns make their way to the ring, their eyes locked on Gable, who stands in the center, his victory high replaced by a cautious readiness.
Jay White: Chad Gable, congratulations on your victory. You showcased some skills out there, but let's be honest, it was nothing compared to what The Bullet Club is capable of.
Austin Gunn: That's right, Gable. You may have won your little match, but now you're stepping into the lion's den.
Chad Gable: If you're here to fight, then let's settle it right here, right now. I'm not backing down from any challenge.
[The crowd roars in support of Gable, cheering him on as he stands tall in the face of The Bullet Club.]
Jay White: Oh, Gable, you're brave, I'll give you that. But this is not about a fair fight. This is about sending a message, about teaching you a lesson.
Suddenly, Jay White signals to The Gunns, and the three members of The Bullet Club pounce on Gable, delivering a ruthless beatdown. Gable fights back, but the numbers game overwhelms him.
Security personnel rush to the ring, desperately trying to separate the brawling individuals. The Bullet Club members finally retreat, leaving Gable lying on the mat, battered and bruised.

Match 6 - Undisputed Era vs Ricochet & Mustafa Ali (Tag Team Tournament Round 1)
In an electrifying tag team match, the powerhouse duo of Undisputed Era, Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly, collided with the high-flying tandem of Ricochet and Mustafa Ali. The match was a showcase of contrasting styles, with Ricochet and Ali relying on their aerial agility while Undisputed Era utilized their technical prowess and cunning strategies. Despite Ricochet and Ali's relentless offense, Undisputed Era displayed their tag team chemistry and resilience, countering their opponents' every move. In the end, it was a well-timed double-team maneuver by Undisputed Era that secured the victory.
Winner: Undisputed Era by Pinfall (4.5 Stars)
- Match 1: House of Black def. Heart Brekkers
- Match 2: Toni Storm, Bayley, & Zoey Starks def. Britt Baker, Jaime Hayter, & Dakota Kai
- Match 3: Aussie Open def. Money Inc.
- Match 4: Cody Rhodes def. Shinsuke Nakamura
- Match 5: Chad Gable def. Happy Corbin
- Match 6: Undisputed Era def. Ricochet & Mustafa Ali
- Regal announces matches for the TV Special in two weeks
- We see exclusive footage from last week with a confrontation between the A-List Experience
- The Bullet Club beat down Chad Gable after his match

GEW: Unleashed

Match 1 - Carmelo Hayes vs Wes Lee
The match started off with some technical wrestling and chain grappling, with both men trying to gain the upper hand. Carmelo Hayes was able to get the first near fall of the match with a deep arm drag, but Wes Lee quickly countered with a series of impressive kicks.
As the match progressed, both men started to show their high-flying abilities, with Hayes hitting a stunning springboard cutter and Lee countering with a beautiful shooting star press. The crowd was on their feet, cheering for both competitors.
But it was Carmelo Hayes who was able to come out on top, hitting a thunderous DDT and following up with a swift roll-up pin, catching Wes Lee by surprise and securing the three-count for the win.
Winner: Carmelo Hayes by Pinfall (4 Stars)
The GEW crowd roars as Carmelo Hayes stands victorious in the ring, having just defeated his opponent in an electrifying match. Hayes takes a moment to soak in the adoration of the fans, raising his arms in triumph.
Suddenly, the lights dim, and a familiar theme song begins to play. The crowd's cheers turn to boos as Seth Rollins strides out from the backstage area, mic in hand. Rollins wastes no time and heads straight to the ring, his eyes locked on Hayes.
Rollins steps into the ring and stares down Hayes, who looks back at him with defiance in his eyes.
"I've been watching you, Carmelo," Rollins says. "And I have to admit, you've impressed me. You've got talent, there's no denying that. But let's not forget who the real champion is around here."
Hayes raises an eyebrow. "I'm well aware of who the champion is, Seth. And next week at GEW: Bash at the Beach, I'm going to take that title from you."
Rollins smirks. "Oh really? You think you can beat me? You might be a rising star, but you're not ready to step into the ring with someone like me."
Hayes steps forward, his eyes blazing. "I'm more than ready, Seth. I've been training my entire life for this moment. And I'm going to prove to everyone that I deserve to be the GEW International Champion."
Rollins laughs. "We'll see about that. But just remember, Carmelo, when you step into that ring with me, you're not just facing a champion, you're facing the future of this business."
The crowd cheers as Rollins drops the mic and makes his way out of the ring, leaving Hayes to stand alone, his eyes focused on the GEW International Championship.

Match 2 - Zoey Starks vs Jacy Jane
At the start of the match, Jacy Jane attacked Zoey Starks, but Zoey quickly recovered and started dominating Jacy with quick strikes and high-flying maneuvers. Jacy tried to fight back with power moves, but Zoey was too quick for her. Zoey finished the match with a devastating dropkick followed by a running knee strike, leading to the pinfall victory over Jacy Jane in a quick match.
Winner: Zoey Starks by Pinfall (3 Stars)

Match 3 - MCMG vs Tommaso Ciampa & Johnny Gargano (Tag Team Tournament Round 1)
The match was a display of technical prowess, high-flying maneuvers, and hard-hitting strikes. Both teams showcased their chemistry and determination to secure the victory. However, it was the seamless coordination and innovative offense of Motor City Machine Guns that proved to be the difference-maker. In the end, a devastating double-team finisher from Shelley and Sabin sealed the win, earning Motor City Machine Guns a well-deserved victory over Gargano and Ciampa.
Winner: MCMG by Pinfall (4 Stars)
- Match 1: Carmelo Hayes def. Wes Lee
- Match 2: Zoey Starks def. Jacy Jane
- Match 3: MCMG def. Gargano & Ciampa
- Rollins confronts Hayes before their title match next week
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2023.05.30 08:07 Beet_n0ff distraught over beloved rug

I live in LA, this winter we had unprecedented rain and I guess bc it hasn’t rained in 10 years leaks haven’t been fixed in 10 years anyways our ceiling leaked really bad and my rug got water damaged.
Some backstory on the rug: it is the first thing my bf and I got in moving in together so there’s a certain level of sentiment tied to the rug
It is made of woven scrap fabric like 7x7 i don’t think it will fit in even the biggest laundry mat washer. I really don’t have 150 dollars to get it dry cleaned… what do i do? suck it up be an adult and rid of it?
I recognize this problem is small potato’s but I am autistic and create bonds with objects like neurotypicals create with other humans
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2023.05.30 07:01 danyesmith Get the Celebrity Look: Fear of God Hoodies

Get the Celebrity Look: Fear of God Hoodies
In today's fashion landscape, the influence of celebrities is undeniable. Celebrities set trends that inspire people worldwide, from red-carpet events to casual street style. One fashion item that has gained immense popularity among celebrities and fashion enthusiasts is the Fear of God hoodie. This article will explore what Fear of God Essentials Hoodies are, why they are worth considering, and how to style them to achieve the coveted celebrity look.

What is Fear of God Hoodies?

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Fear of God hoodies are crafted using top-notch materials such as high-quality cotton, polyester blends, and sometimes even luxurious fabrics like cashmere. The hoodies come in various styles, including oversized fits, cropped lengths, and zip-up designs. They often feature signature design elements like elongated sleeves, double-layered hoods, and unique logo detailing.

Why Should You Get the Celebrity Look?

Celebrity fashion has a significant impact on the choices people make regarding their style. Adopting the celebrity look can enhance your confidence and express your individuality through fashion. Fear of God Essentials Hoodie allow you to emulate your favorite celebrities' style, whether a casual streetwear vibe or a more dressed-up ensemble.
When you wear a Fear of God hoodie, you not only align yourself with the fashion statements of celebrities but also tap into their aura and charisma. It gives you a sense of belonging to a fashion-forward community where your style choices reflect your awareness of the latest trends.

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Sizing and Fit Guide

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Different Color Options

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Matching with Other Outfits

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How to Style Fear of God Hoodies

Fear of God hoodies offers endless possibilities for styling. Here are some ideas to help you achieve the celebrity look:

Casual Streetwear Look

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Dressing up for Special Occasions

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Accessorizing Tips

Enhance your Fear of God hoodie outfits with carefully chosen accessories. Opt for a statement watch, stylish sunglasses, or a designer belt to elevate your overall look. Experiment with different accessories to add your flair and create a unique style.

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Official Fear of God Website

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Trusted Online Retailers

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Physical Stores

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Fear of God Hoodies: Quality and Durability

One of the key reasons to invest in Fear of God hoodies is their exceptional quality and durability. The brand prides itself on its commitment to premium craftsmanship, ensuring that each hoodie is made to last. High-quality materials and meticulous attention to detail result in garments that withstand regular wear and maintain their shape and appearance over time.

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As Fear of God hoodies' popularity continues To soar, counterfeit products have also flooded the market. It's important to distinguish between genuine Fear of God hoodies and knockoffs to ensure you invest in an authentic piece. Here are some tips to help you identify the real deal:
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Remember, purchasing authentic Fear of God hoodies ensures that you get the highest quality, craftsmanship, and longevity that the brand is known for.

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  3. Store properly: Fold your Fear of God hoodie neatly in a clean, dry place. Avoid overcrowding it with other garments to prevent wrinkles or deformities. Store it in a garment bag or a sealed container to protect it from dust and moisture.
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One of the remarkable aspects of Fear of God hoodies is their gender-neutral appeal. Both men and women can rock these hoodies with confidence. Here are some styling tips for men and women:

Styling Tips for Men

  • Pair an oversized Fear of God hoodie with slim-fit jeans and chunky sneakers for an effortlessly cool streetwear look.
  • Layer a zip-up Fear of God hoodie over a crisp white shirt and tailored trousers for a sleek and modern outfit.
  • Experiment with
Different color combinations and accessories to personalize your Fear of God hoodie outfits.

Styling Tips for Women

  • Create a stylish contrast by pairing a cropped Fear of God hoodie with high-waisted jeans or a skirt. Complete the look with ankle boots or sneakers.
  • Layer a Fear of God hoodie under a blazer or a leather jacket for a chic and edgy ensemble.
  • Play with accessories like statement belts, oversized sunglasses, or dainty jewelry to elevate your Fear of God hoodie outfits.

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Fear of God hoodies has garnered significant attention from celebrities across various industries. Many A-list stars have been spotted sporting these stylish hoodies, further increasing their popularity and desirability. Some notable celebrities wearing Fear of God hoodies include Kanye West, Justin Bieber, Rihanna, and Kendall Jenner. The endorsement and support of these influential figures solidify Fear of God's position as a coveted brand in the fashion world.

Fear of God Hoodies: Fashion Communities and Influencers

Fear of God hoodies has also gained immense popularity within fashion communities and influencer circles. Social media platforms like Instagram and Tikor are filled with style inspiration and outfit ideas featuring Fear of God hoodies. Fashion influencers and enthusiasts showcase their unique interpretations of the celebrity look, offering a wealth of inspiration for incorporating these hoodies into your wardrobe.


When achieving the celebrity look, Fear of God hoodies offers a winning combination of style, quality, and versatility. Embrace the influence of celebrities in fashion and express your style with confidence. Whether you opt for a casual streetwear, look or dress it up for a special occasion, Fear of God hoodies make a statement while reflecting your fashion-forward choices. Invest in these premium hoodies to enjoy their comfort, durability, and timeless appeal. Read more...
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2023.05.30 06:54 elmiondorad0 I'm looking to get the most for my buck at 1440p at least 144 hz.

So I just decided to renew my rig and step up to 1440p and got a Nitro plus RX 9700 XTX for muscle since there's a hot sale going on here in Mexico and there's attractive prices and financing options. But now I need a 1440 p monitor and would like to take advantage of said sale.
I was originally of the thought of getting te best I could possibly can to squeeze all the juice, so a 1440p 240 hz monitor sounded awesome but realistically I'd not be pulling 240 hz frames at 1440p max settings most of the time anyway. At least not outside of competitive FPS and other exceptions anyway.
So yeah, I went down the rabbit hole of IPS vs VA vs Oled blacks and back bleeds and ghostings and stuff but there's just too many options now.
I'd mainly be using the monitor for variety gaming and media consumption. Mostly Youtube with the ocasional series or movie on streaming platforms. I want to get drawn into beautiful immersive good looking landscapes or spooky dark dungeons and then shoot things up in R6 siege, Hunt: Showdown and eventually CS:GO 2 with the boys.
So I think 144 hz to 160+ hz would be a good sweetspot trading refresh rate for image quality? Of course 240 hz would be great but at least it's not a top priority now. I've also seen some Samsung Odyssey offerings like the G7 that seemed like a great deal but I got kinda turned away because of reported issues from reviews. There's also the LG 27GL850-B/27GL83A-B and the like but now I'm losterer.
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2023.05.30 06:45 flibbertigibbetti Who to call to relocate washer dryer in house?

Just bought a house and I want to move the washer dryer from the main floor to a new space in the basement. Who do I need to call to get the connections sorted out? I'm assuming a plumber bc water pipes, but do I need an electrician too? HVAC for the dryer hose?
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2023.05.30 06:30 farmer_giles91 12 Days Honeymoon in Tokyo & Kawaguchiko with tips and observations

I just had my honeymoon (originally scheduled for Jun 2020). My wife and I are in our early thirties. It’s my wife’s first time in japan while it’s my fourth. I’ve benefitted immensely from stalking Tokyo travel reddit and would like to return the favour. I’ll provide some of my tips and observations to the end (skip to the end if the itinerary doesn’t interest you), some of which I think haven’t been mentioned before.
Thank God pretty much everything went to plan, and my wife thoroughly enjoyed the trip. We spent 12 days in Japan, most of it in Tokyo and 2 nights in Kawaguchiko. Many people were surprised to know that we’d be spending most of our trip in Tokyo, but I thought it was just fine because Tokyo had a lot to offer. My wife and I aren’t big on visiting shrines or ticking tourist hotspots off a checklist. We don’t shop much, but we did a lot of it simply because it’s Japan and we bought lots of quality-of-life items (not fashion) for ourselves and others. Given how much my wife really enjoyed the trip, I think others with similar interests could find something helpful too.
Pre-trip planning
  • It was out first leisure trip in years, and my wife's first trip to Japan. I wanted to show her my favourite parts of Japan, and took months trawling through reddit posts and trip reports, watching youtube videos, and just soaking in all the things before deciding on an itinerary that I thought my wife would enjoy. It was almost exclusively planned by me, and I would consult my wife along the way.
  • Other than the hotel & flights, I booked the highway express bus to Kawaguchiko one week prior.
  • Decided on the airport limousine bus to bring us from the airport to the city a few days prior.
  • Studio Ghibli tickets booked one month in advance. There's a good guide available on reddit already. International tickets were quickly sold out, so we used a free VPN to get onto the Japanese site which had more tickets & timings available. Simply Google translate the entire page.
  • Booked a cooking class on cookly months prior.
  • Did Visit Japan QR two days prior. It takes some time, so do it earlier rather than later.
  • Added all places of interests in a Google list, and all food places in another Google list. I tried the custom Google maps at first but didn’t feel the UI was easy to navigate.
  • Planned itinerary based on location proximity, and also highlighted parts that were interchangeable in case we wanted to switch it up (which we did).
Planning during the trip
  • The Google maps foods list was always just for consideration: if we had time or were craving something. We didn't hard-code food places into our daily plans. But when food was the primary activity (e.g. visiting Tsukiji market), we'd determine to visit particular food stalls. Otherwise, just needed to do a cursory Google review check on whether a random food place is worth eating it. As a principle, we didn't want to spend time queuing >20m for food.
  • I'd plan the next day's itinerary the night before, considering fatigue, interest, and proximity. I would create a brand new Google maps list for the next day, including potential food places.
Day 0 (Wed) 17 May - Arrival at Haneda Airport to hotel in Shinjuku
Arrived in Haneda late, about 11pm. Clearance was quick but baggage took 30mins. As I wouldn't make my stipulated airport limousine timing, I had no choice but to cancel my airport limousine and take the metro to our hotel in Shinjuku. I tried Apple wallet’s Suica at first. It worked seamlessly but I felt that a physical metro card was just faster so I eventually switched over. We reached after midnight, so do let your hotel know in advance if you anticipate arriving at odd hours.
Day 1 (Thurs) - Shinjuku exploration
Originally planned to visit Tsukiji on day 1, but given that we arrived late the previous night, agreed with my wife to change the plan and spend the first day doing the Shinjuku itinerary.
  • Walked to a popular Tsukumen place at 11. Queued for 20mins and it was an interesting experience as there were lines of people standing right behind watching you eat. Wife said it was her best Tsukumen ever!
  • Sekaido for art & stationary supplies: My wife does art so it was a haven for her. We spent a few hours there!
  • Tokyu Hands Shinjuku: Wanted to look at more stationary/home/fashion stuff but two floors were under renovation.
  • Omoide Yokocho: A quick walkthrough of this famous street for salarymen which comes alive at night. Many tourists.
Day 2 (Fri) - Kappabashi St., Fabric Town, Akihabara
  • Kappabashi Dougu Street: looked at kitchen supplies aimed to find a nice nakiri knife! (If you want to buy a knife, do research on what knife you need beforehand).
  • Fabric Town: My wife just passed a seamstress exam so she eagerly anticipated visiting fabric town, we spent a few hours in Tomato.
  • Akihabara (Animate, Bic Camera, Gyukatsu Don): It was drizzling the entire day so it was not the most comfortable lugging that many bags around a wet Akihabara in the evening. Wife wasn’t interested but I wanted to let her experience this unique culture. Had dinner at a popular gyukatsu don (beef cutlet that you’d have to cook yourself). It was our first time eating gyukatsu. It was so tender and juicy and mmm. But it was a long one hour wait. It was after this episode that we decided we were not going to queue this long for food again.
Day 3 (Sat) - Cooking class in Shinjuku, Shibuya
  • Private cooking class in Shinjuku: Our host was great! We were invited into his cosy house and he taught us how to make Okonomiyaki, Yakisoba, and a Japanese salad. I paid careful attention to the menu beforehand as I wanted to learn dishes I could easily recreate back home (i.e. not choose dishes that depended on seasonal Japanese ingredients). My wife absolutely loved the experience of getting to know a local and understanding his life story, Japanese culture, and hearing some of his horror stories of foreign guests. We got more food recs from him to understand where the locals really ate at.
  • Shibuya 109: Paid $5 for a drink to have a bird’s eye view of the Shibuya crossing. It was Saturday so the crossing was at its full force. Even if you think this is touristy, it’s amazing to see that many people like little ants crossing a street. There are several nice locations here to take some artsy shots.
  • Ishibashi Music Shibuya: absolutely loved the vibe in this music store. Back home, I’d been thinking about getting a particular keyboard but never got a chance to try it. I was able to play this particular one undisturbed and feel like I could go on for hours without any pressure from staff. Bought a few Japan exclusive guitar picks as gifts.
  • Shibuya Tokyu Hands: This was amazing. I thought Shinjuku Tokyu Hands was the flagship store. So I only stumbled into this because I urgently needed to pee and someone said Tokyu hands had toilets. We were confused as its name was rebranded to simply "Hands" with a new logo. If you only have time to visit one Tokyu Hands, visit the Shibuya one. Each floor had 2 sub-floors so that’s a ton of floors! Lots of quality-of-life improvements one could get from this store. My wife got a buckwheat pillow.
  • Shibuya Loft: After Sekaido and Tokyu Hands, I didn't think there was much daily life products/art/stationary to look at. But Loft was very different. Similar to Tokyu hands but seems more modern and fashionable. Worth visiting together with Tokyu hands! It also had packaged food available! It was late and my wife and I concluded that we didn’t have to to explore all the floors and that we’d return to Shibuya again.
Day 4 (Sun) - Komazawa Church, Harajuku, Shibuya
  • Church in Komazawa: not a tourist activity, but we linked up with some partners from our home church and attended service at a little church held in a nursery. It was an amazing and encouraging experience to hear the gospel preached in a foreign language.
  • Harajuku: Way too crowded. I had anticipated this as it was a Sunday, but thought to just try. Takeshita street was so packed my wife feared there would be a stampede risk (it wasn’t that bad). We did queue 20mins for pretty tasty crepe. After checking out all the recommended streets (e.g. cat street, uru-harajuku), my wife simply felt that she couldn’t stand the Harajuku crowd and the vibes. So we decided to go back to Shibuya again!
  • Shibuya JINS: I didn’t mention this but previously in Shinjuku and Shibuya, I had been checking out recommended optical shops in the vicinity for a particular style of glasses. Japanese-made glasses are highly-rated, but I couldn’t find something at the right price-point. At JINS, I found a design I liked. Though not made in Japan, it cost me less than 5000 yen. Took them 1 hour to make it. For some reason I loved the vibes at Shibuya, and I earmarked it to return again later.
Day 5 (Mon) - Tsukiji Market, Ginza Muji/Uniqlo, Tokyo station
  • Tsukiji market: wanted to arrive before 8 but arrived at 8.30am. Thankfully the crowds weren't that bad yet. Everything we tried was lovely. Potato/corn fishcakes, strawberry mochi, tamago, wagyu beef, uni inarisushi (my first time trying uni - wife loved it but I didn't like it), unagi. But the star was Masa burger (thanks to Paolo from Tokyo), which we waited till 11am to try. By then, the tourist buses had come and the streets were packed. But Masa burger was in a corner and we were their first customers. We tried fried codfish burger + homemade ginger ale. Both were was so well done and the fried cod was so crispy yet fresh and tender. It was also nicely completed with very refreshing salads! It was soo good we had it twice.
  • Ginza Uniqlo/Muji: we wanted to take a look at some of Uniqlo’s exclusive items. Apparently they do have exclusive t-shirts for each region (e.g. Harajuku, Shibuya, Ginza), which tend to be collaborations with well-known food places in the area. However, they were always white in colour (cheap to produce) and not made-in-Japan-quality. Muji @ Ginza was a disappointment, not a lot more than the usual.
  • Tokyo Station Ghibli store & Tenugui hunting: Went to Tokyo station to check out the Ghibli store and to look for a particular traditional tenugui (Japanese towels) store as my wife were hunting these down to give as gifts.
  • Shinjuku Ichiran & Mister Donut: We returned to Shinjuku for Ichiran ramen, specifically at 5+pm. No crowds at all. Yummy! We then saw a Mister Donut, and recalled news in our home country that when it had its first opening in my country, people queued 5 hours for it. We thought to try it to see what the fuss was all about. Cash only, but the donuts were wonderfully textured and not too sweet. My wife doesn’t like sweet stuff, but mister donut really hit the sweet spot (no pun intended).
Day 6 (Tue) - Tokyo National Museum, Fabric town revisit, Akihabara revisit, Ochanomizu
  • Tokyo National Museum: We had a good time learning about Japan’s early history, and discovered that so much that we know of Japan resulted from Chinese/korean influence.
  • Fabric town & Akihabara revisit, Ochonomizu: We decided that this was likely the right time to go back for items we missed out on or didn’t have time to see. My wife went to fabric town again while I went to Akihabara’s Yodaibashi camera, which I felt to be better and with more varied things than Bic Camera. I then went to nearby Ochanomizu to look at more music and sport shops. We met up again at Shinjuku for another Gyukatsu Don before heading to mister donuts again.
Day 7 (Wed) - Shinjuku Gyoen Garden, Mori Museum, Ginza Wakamatsu, Shinjuku
  • Shinjuku Gyoen Garden: lovely large garden grounds. We spent almost an hour just lying under a tree and watching clouds float by. Wife was doing some rough sketches of the garden. We had mister donuts from last night for breakfast.
  • Mori Museum: Saw the exhibition of Heatherwick studios, which was inspiring and educational. Paid for the rooftop access to have a quick view of Tokyo from 50-ish floors up.
  • Ginza Wakamatsu: Because of one of the Uniqlo-ginza-exclusive t-shirts, my wife was curious about this traditional Japanese dessert. So we gave it a check and realised it’s been around for more than a century. There was a short line (mainly Japanese elderly). The shop interior transported us back decades. It felt surreal eating a dessert that the Japanese ate centuries ago. Unlike modern desserts, this Japanese dessert certainly doesn’t excite and overwhelm one’s taste buds immediately. But there’s an old charm to it.
  • Shinjuku Okadaya fabric: Returned to Shinjuku as my wife wanted to check out another of their famous fabric stores. Prices were more expensive than fabric town, but had somewhat different items.
Day 8 (Thurs) - Kawaguchiko
  • Bus to Kawaguchiko: Packed light to Kawaguchiko, and forwarded our remaining luggage to our final hotel in Tamachi. The Shinjuku hotel staff were very helpful. I was merely inquiring on how luggage forwarding was done, but the staff picked up the phone, called my Tamachi hotel to confirm the booking, and prepared the documents for me. All I had to do was roll my luggage the next night to them and make payment. Took our 7:45am bus to Kawaguchiko and managed to catch a glimpse of Mount Fuji when we were on our way there!
  • Cycling In Kawaguchiko: We lugged our bags to our ryokan and headed out again. My wife was quite hesitant about cycling overseas and I was also worried it’d tire her out too much. I debated between cycling or simply taking the sight-seeing bus. Eventually felt that it was worth trying to cycle. We unexpectedly walked by an e-bike place and decided, why not? Neither of us had tried an e-bike before and that could reduce the effort required for my wife. So we did and boy was it fun! It took a while to get used to the e-bike but it really reduced a lot of effort up the hills! I barely perspired at all thanks to the e-assist. Kawaguchiko had pretty narrow roads so it wasn’t the easiest to cycle. But I had plenty of road-cycling experience back at home so I was not daunted. We borrowed helmets from the e-bike place but saw that we were the only tourists that wore them. Yes, I'd recommend wearing helmets when cycling.
  • Kubota Itchiku Art Museum: Cycled here knowing that this museum would interest my wife. It had a garden free for entry and it was really quaint, quiet, and charming! The pond had a singular vibrant-coloured Koi swimming in it. Museum entry requires tickets. On this trip, I realised that visiting museums tired me easily. It could be because I spent time reading each description. I told my wife to go ahead as I waited outside. She eventually took 45m in the museum and was so enthralled by it. She even bought a heavy hard-cover book of Itchiku Kubota’s kimono art :/
  • Momiji Corridor: was just 50 meters away from the museum. Still beautiful with only green leaves, but I’d imagine it would be majestic in Autumn/Spring.
  • Oishi Park: Many colourful flowers! It’s a pity that it had been cloudy the entire day, and Mt Fuji was not visible. That would have made the cycle perfect. Had a peach/plum ice-cream. Park was crowded with tourists.
Day 9 (Fri) - Fuji Q Highland, Shimoyoshida Honcho St, Batting Cage
Planning for Fuji Q & Morning Jog: I didn’t plan to go to Fuji-Q highland before the trip. Always felt it a bit of a waste to visit amusement parks overseas. That’s until I realised that Fuji Q had some of the most exciting (I mean world-record-holding) rollercoasters in the world. Maybe they don't hold the records anymore, but that intrigued me enough, because most amusement parks only had 1-2 coasters. Problem was that wife is terrified, and she said cycling on the streets of Kawaguchiko was already like a coaster ride for her. Still, I'm really thankful she encouraged me to go and said she was happy waiting and taking pictures for me. So I decided I would reach at opening time, and buy time by paying for the fast passes and try their top three coasters. The night before, we felt that we had to make decisions on our itinerary as it was our last day at Kawaguchiko. If Mt Fuji still wasn’t visible the next day, we'd go to Oshino Hakkai, if it was, we could try going to Shimoyoshida to get a nice picture.
  • I went for a morning jog and as the path brought me along the river's perimeter, my jaw dropped when I saw Mount Fuji towering into view. I raced back to tell my wife (about 6am) and we both trekked up to a viewing spot to enjoy the view. This made it more urgent to not spend too much time at Fuji Q as we didn’t know how long Mt. Fuji would be visible for.
  • Fuji-Q Highland: Was absolutely amazing. Yes, I blew a lot of cash here buying fast passes for the three available coasters. But they were some of the craziest coasters. Took Eejanaika, Fujiyama and Takabisha. Total time it took probably a little more than 1 hour with the express passes. It was so good, but so fast that I have little memory of it, except that there was a 90 degree climb to the top for Takabisha and I had a beautiful view of Mt. Fuji while climbing to the supposed world record of 79m for Fujiyama (this was 2 days before the news reported that Fujiyama got stuck in the middle of a ride and the people in the carts had to climb down :o). Had more time to take a few other rides, and enjoyed all the Naruto statues around for fun photo-taking. What I really enjoyed about the park was that it was mostly filled with Japanese tourists; in fact, there was a Japanese school having an outing there. It was nice to see excited students running about. If I could spend the day here, I'd take the three coasters multiple times to imprint the sensations in my head. But I'm still thankful I got to try some of the world's most thrilling coasters!
  • Shomoyoshida Honcho St: This destination was simply to take the famous street view of Mount Fuji with Japanese shops lined in the foreground. It’s not easy to get to, and there was quite a walk. We noticed there weren’t much people around, and most shops were closed. But when we reached the destination, there were many tourists right at the particular traffic light. So much so there was a grumpy Japanese traffic police person managing the crowd. We saw the worst of tourists that day. People were disobeying traffic laws and just running in the middle of the road just to get a shot. We then chanced upon a hidden udon shop and it felt like we were transported back to the 50’s! It was super old school, people sat on raised platforms, and several elderly customers were watching the tele while eating. There was only one udon option available, with free cabbage top-ups. We learnt that the shop had been around for 73 years. We actually headed back to Fuji-Q Highlands to take a 4D 'plane ride' with Joe Hisashi music in the background. Since my wife actually wanted to ride something, I was happy to agree to her request. Ride was very ordinary but wife actually felt terrified at times lol. Rushed back to the hotel for a private onsen booking.
  • Batting Cage: I had never played baseball/softball and my home country doesn’t have a baseball culture. Yet I had seen batting cages in Japanese drama and always wanted to try. Loved it! My technique was probably pretty bad! I did well at first but as I tried faster balls, I tired out and failed to hit any haha. We ended the day eating ramen outdoors with a view of Mount Fuji.
Day 10 (Sat) - Kichijoji, Ghibli Museum, Kichijoji Jazz bar
Woke up before sunrise for a run and to attempt to catch a sunrise picture of Mount Fuji. Streets were completely empty. Even ran to the famous Kawaguchiko Lawson for a picture. Headed back for an onsen bathe (note: we never used the room's shower, and always went for an onsen bath throughout our stay in Kawaguchiko as it was just too convenient). Took a 7am bus to return to Shinjuku.
  • Kichijoji: Arrived at Kichijoji at about 10am. Wife really loved the vibes there. We tried the Tsukuba suisan fish cakes which were really tasty, and my wife was intrigued that a line had formed at the adjacent store named Ozasa. Apparently they sell traditional Japanese desserts and locals would go there as early as 5am to get a ticket. So we queued 15m and managed to get three boxes worth of the snacks! Tried the Amane Taiyaki fish-shaped bean paste snacks, another traditional dessert. It was a small lovely old shop.
  • Ghibli Museum: Requires a long walk through Inokashira park. Ghibli was fantastic. Many people have been saying recently that it’s over-rated, and that it doesn’t cater to foreign crowds and most things are in Japanese. We similarly struggled with that at first. But we found out that if you asked the staff, they actually had English language exhibition booklets ready for every exhibition! That was a revelation. And we managed to understand almost all the exhibitions by asking the uniformed staff (except the short film, which had minimal dialogue anyway). I mentioned this to one foreign group and they were really grateful for that. But I saw that many other foreigners that probably came earlier were just bored or simply going crazy at the Ghibli shop. My wife bought the museum book (which also has English explanations of each exhibit), and we understood Miyazaki’s vision for the museum - to make it suitable for kids and adults, with no pre-determined route, allowing for play, exploration, to help people be inspired by the artists’ process. Through that, we saw that every thing in the museum was intentionally designed, all of the exhibitions, cafe, shop, and garden. Reading that helped me appreciate and enjoy the museum much more.
  • Roaming Kichijoji and Some Time Jazz bar: My wife and I split up to roam kichijoji. I checked out some sports shops and saw that their prices were lower than Ochanomizu. We reconvened for dinner at Sometime Jazz bar. I’m picking up Jazz piano but had never been to a jazz bar. Booked it one day before, but was sad that our table position only allowed us to see some of the drummer and the pianist’s expression. Still, it was a very hip place for jazz cats and we had a wonderful time. We only sat through the first half of the performance that night. Note that there are seating charges, so that + dinner added up to quite a lot. But we rationalised that this was akin to paying for a performance. Checked into our hotel in Tamachi.
Day 11 (Sun) - Tokyo Sky Tree, Shinjuku, Back to Kichijoji, Shibuya
It was a crazy day where we simply hit the places we wanted to revisit regardless of proximity. Headed to Tokyo Skytree in the morning to check out another Ghibli store in hopes of getting another Ghibli shirt; reason was because I ended up buying one at the museum I really loved (made in Japan, beautiful colour, perfect fit. I hesitated at first because I couldn't try it). If you’re not going to the Ghibli museum, this is probably the best store available for Ghibli goods. Alas, the museum's items were really quite exclusive. Headed to Shinjuku to try curry udon, then to Kichijoji to try satou beef balls and dangos and to make some purchasing decisions on some sports equipment. Then we ended up at Shibuya (my favourite place!) to the mega Don Quijote and Tokyu Hands to shop for gifts for others. It was a lovely end to our trip!
Day 12 (Mon) - Back home
Best trip ever, says my wife.
Tips for travellers
  • Spread out your itinerary: I originally planned to front-load all the must-see tourist stuff and leave the remaining days for shopping. But in May, Ghibli Museum was closed for two weeks so we had no choice but to schedule it at the end of the trip. That was a better arrangement. It felt that each day was distinctly different, and we could remember the highlight of each day. Also, be specific about where you want to go. Don’t simply put locations, e.g., Visit Harajuku, or visit Shibuya crossing.
  • Plan your itinerary in consideration of weekend crowds: Places like Tsujiki market, Ghibli Museum, Fuji-Q Highlands and other stuff are likely going to be very crowded on weekends. If you want to shop in Harajuku or Shibuya, try to avoid weekends. I opted to put the cooking class and ‘less-exciting’ Museums on weekends.
  • Unless you'll always be in a group, use your telco’s roaming or get an e-sim: My wife and I split up on several occasions, so we already knew the pocket wifi was out of the question.
  • Carry more cash than you think you need: In my experience, the cash-to-card ratio was about 40:60. Considering that all metro card top-ups require cash, you'll need quite a bit of cash! Sometimes even bigger restaurants are cash only.
  • Bring foldable tote bags, and use lockers where necessary: If you’re buying stuff, packing them in tote bags makes it easier to lug around. Bigger shops will charge you for bags. If you just arrived from one area with bags and are going to explore another, use the lockers. Most metro stations likely have lockers and they are really affordable and convenient.
  • Travel light by planning to do laundry: I only brought four sets of clothing, and we did laundry every 3-4 days or so. It’s really convenient, about 200 yen per 30m wash, and another 200 yen for a 1h dry. It’s worthwhile to check if your hotel has coin laundry available.
  • Buy discriminately: Many people say the kind of things available at places like Don Quijote or Uniqlo are mind-blowing. Fact is, most of them are made in China or elsewhere. About 95% of the items we saw in Daiso were made in China. In fact, many items in Kappabashi street were made in China. You’re more likely to get value for money by buying a made in Japan item. Sometimes the shop will highlight if a product is Japan made. But other times, you have to scrutinise the fine print. Learn to look out for these three words in Kanji: 日本製. This is where the camera function of Google translate is immensely helpful. This was not available or widely publicised when I last visited Japan years back in 2016, so use this tech to your advantage and scrutinise the fine print!
  • Plan your toilet trips if possible: If you know you’re headed to low-rise areas like Tsujiki, Fabric town where it’s just shop after shop, it’s going to be hard to find a toilet. Make sure you relieve yourself beforehand at the train station. But if you still need to go, try to find a multi-storey building and chances are, there’ll be toilets available there.
  • Avoid queuing for food by timing right: In general, I found that most popular food places that required queuing had queues mainly consisting of foreigners. I wonder if this is because of the reddit/youtube/google maps review effect (not a lot of Japanese review on Google I think). So if you have to queue, there's a good chance you're competing with other foreigners. Simply put, almost all food places open at 11am, so be there at 11, or have early dinner at 5pm and perhaps you may avoid the queuing.
  • Scrutinise Google maps to figure out the different train types: for daily travel, there could be local, rapid, and express trains. Local trains stop at every station. Rapid skips a few, and express trains likely only stops at key location. They make a big difference to travel time, and to your comfort. When Google maps recommends a route, scrutinise the detail to ensure what kind of train they are recommending. It gets confusing at the station as the platforms on your left and right may end up at the same location, but one could be a local train and the other an express train.
  • Learn just 2 essential phrases: It always felt weird for me to speak Japanese because I felt like a try-hard. But this time I did - just learn to say thank you in Japanese (arigato gozaimasu). The other essential word is - summimasen - excuse me/sorry. Useful for if you need to exit a crowded train, or if you need to get someone’s attention. We survived with just these two phrases. As our cooking teacher told us - it’s better to say something in Japanese than say nothing at all. For the rest, you can use Google translate app’s picture function.
  • Other misc tips: as mentioned, bring trash bags. Some shops explicitly tell you not to walk around and eat their food. So the solution is to finish the snack in front of the shop, and say, “summimasen, can you help me to throw this trash?” That helped us avoid carrying trash around a lot. As a traveller, you’re gonna get a lot of carbs (my curry udon meal included a bowl of udon + a bowl of rice...) and fried food. To get more fiber, try the basements of shopping centres and get yourself some fruits. Also, if you exercise regularly like me, you'd be concerned about getting some exercise. I did pre-trip research on pools/gyms/parks to visit. But visited none of them. With what little hotel room space I had, I settled with a daily morning routine of 100 squats and 100 pushups. That and walking an average of 18k steps daily helped. I actually lost some weight somehow.
  • Drinking culture in Japan: we saw quite a few drunk people in the streets. Some of them at the parks. I had never really seen drunkards much in my home country (it could be because I don’t stay out late). When we walked by a bar area with our cooking instructor at 10am, he told us some of the people in them had been there overnight. At Inokashira park, we saw a lady dressed in office wear face planted on the ground. Her friends tried to help carry here elsewhere but her entire body was limp and almost lifeless.
  • The Japanese sleep late: when we arrived, we were still on the train to our hotel at 11:50pm. But the train was still packed with salarymen in suits and many others. In fact, it seemed the later it was, the more crowded the trains.
  • Foreigner influx and how we stick out: there were way more foreigners this time than the last I visited Japan. I commented to my wife that I felt more immersed in Japan on the metro or at places like Tokyu hands as I could hear Japanese being spoken around me. But at tourist spots and some museums, I felt like I could have been in any other country. I tended to feel very uncomfortable when large groups of foreigners were around. I had to tell myself not to be hypocritical as I was a foreigner myself. But I suppose one reason is that there were many inconsiderate foreigners. Speaking loudly, making brash comments, and just not behaving like visitors. We saw a foreign couple locked in a head-to-toe embrace on a picnic mat in a park full of families. And they chose a spot right next to the footpath. Many foreigners also leave unkind Google reviews for places just because it’s not up to their expectations. I get it, we worked for our holiday and are paying customers, and there is often an innate tendency to feel entitled or complain when something isn’t up to our expectations. But I think it helps to remember that we are like visitors in someone’s home. Be self-aware, don’t speak loudly, note the traffic customs, where to stand on the escalators, how to behave etc.
  • Japanese men have great hair: the Japanese men’s hairstyle feels frozen in time. I didn’t see the typical Korean-inspired center-parted hairstyles in Asian guys nowadays. And balding men were a small minority somehow. As someone whose hairline is slowly receding, I was envious to see many Japanese men have wavy long hair deep into their 60-70s! My wife commented that the women's hairstyles were more or less the same - dyed, curled etc. But the men were rocking so many styles!
  • In-person shopping still matters: as the days went by and as my wife and I began to covet the "made-in-Japan" label, we realised that we hadn't done such shopping in years since online shopping became prevalent. I also recall people commenting that you could get these goods online anyway, so why bother shopping in Japan. Well, physical shopping makes comparison easy, it allows you to ask for recommendations, and enables you to know the items's size, feel, and look on you (if buying fashion items). It also makes discovery of new items possible. I'm not a huge shopper or a foodie, but in Japan, it's worth it to be one simply because the Japanese are thoughtful about their craft and tend to produce quality that's quite unmatched. I suppose it's a blessing in disguise that our honeymoon got delayed 3 years, as we are now well-aware of our post-wedding lifestyles and the items we'd need in the kitchen/around the house.
  • Reading culture is strong: in a week when I read reports that leisure reading had declined in my home country, I was pleasantly surprised to see many people reading hard-copy books on the train, many of them even had personalised leather book covers. Kinokuniya was also teeming with life. As a bookworm, this is a great encouragement. And I wish English language books came in such compact sizes too, although I think that's due to the limitations of the language. As Japanese characters can be read vertically, that allows for more play on possible book sizes.
  • No one culture is worth idealising: Japan remains my favourite country to visit as a tourist, but I've come to see that Japanese culture - like any other culture - has its flaws. That's simply because people are flawed. Yes, their service culture is impeccable, especially when you're served by middle-aged super helpful and super kind ladies. But on every Japanese trip so far, I've always had at least one unkind or impatient service encounter. On a day-to-day basis, people don't really apologise if they bump into you, and may not give up their seats for the elderly too. My cooking teacher says the Japanese are extremely polite in person but would rant and give very bad reviews anonymously at home. I've come to just enjoy their products, service, and their views of certain ways-of-life as a tourist, but stop short of idealising their culture. There are kind and unkind people in every culture. That said, I would still say on average, the Japanese may be more civic-minded than most. That doesn't mean they are innately kinder or warmer people, but simply that they are more self-aware of how their actions are perceived by others.
I've decided not to mention the specific food places as far as possible because I think there's more than enough recommendations available elsewhere. I also think sometimes that we get a bit fomo if we build up too many must-go spots. Enjoy the process of discovering new places! But feel free to ask me more if you like.
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2023.05.30 05:53 NaimaChan Trip Report: Tokyo, Kawaguchiko, Kanazawa, Kyoto, Yokohama, Kamakura

Just got back from 10 days in Japan and wanted to type up a trip report to hopefully help others that are trying to plan a trip!
Our trip was 5/16 - 5/28 including travel days. This was my 2nd time in Japan (first time was study abroad for 5 weeks in May/June 2016), but it was my mom & sister's first time, so the goal was to include as many must-see activities as we possibly could in the short time we were there. Our days were packed to the brim however all 3 of us are fairly active and healthy so despite being absolutely exhausted by the end of each day, in retrospect we wouldn't have changed a thing in our itinerary.
That being said, our itinerary would be much too busy for the average person's first trip to Japan so keep that in mind if you use this information to plan your own trip. For example, we usually only had time to sit down and eat for one meal per day and had to eat on the go for the other meals in order to have enough time to go to all the places we wanted to go to. There was very little downtime in our trip.

Tourist Tips

  • Luggage
    • We each traveled with 2 checked luggage since they were included in our flight. I had one full sized suitcase and one slightly smaller suitcase which both only had one side filled when I left the US. The plan was to fill the other half of the suitcases with souvenirs to bring home. Last time I went to Japan, it cost me ~$200 to ship two large boxes of souvenirs back home, so despite having to bring a lot of luggage this saved me a significant amount of money and I will be doing this for future trips as well.
    • Within our luggage we also packed a duffel bag to hold all our purchases on heavy shopping days and a daily backpack to hold things like our trash bag, hand towel, hand sanitizewet wipes, body wipes, small purchases, etc. My carry-on was a 40L backpack that I took with us when we stayed overnight in Kyoto.
  • Money
    • I brought $400 cash to exchange at the airport. I had gotten a Charles Schwab debit card before leaving which has no foreign transaction/ATM fees so I planned to use my card for whatever purchases I could then use cash for everything else. I ended up withdrawing another ¥20000 which was just enough cash to last me the rest of our trip.
  • Walking
    • Last time I went to Japan I survived wearing flat gladiator sandals basically the whole trip, but this did NOT work this time around for whatever reason (I guess we walked a lot more this time?). BRING COMFORTABLE SHOES TO WALK IN. I ended up having to buy sneakers on day 2 because I stupidly didn't think I would need them. I was more concerned about looking cute for pictures (ha) but I quickly realized that all the girls in Japan wear sneakers with their cute skirts and dresses, so I blended right in. I would also recommend bringing a second pair of shoes with you each day (in your backpack) to swap into if the shoes you are wearing start giving you blisters.
  • Masking
    • We saw a lot of people not wearing masks, but the majority of people still wear masks. I would say the ratio of people wearing masks to not wearing masks was about 80:20.
  • Trash
    • As many have mentioned on this subreddit, due to the lack of public trash bins I would highly recommend bringing a reusable trash bag to store your trash while you're out and about until you can find a bin. We found these cool black fabric ones with a waterproof liner on the inside that you could rinse out when it got dirty and could clip to the outside of your backpack so it wasn’t with your other belongings.
  • Restrooms
    • Due to the lack of hand dryers/paper towels in bathrooms we also brought hand towels as recommended, but found ourselves just air drying our hands way more often than using the hand towels as it was often more cumbersome to remove our backpacks and fish out our hand towels to use.


  • Sakura Hotel Jimbocho in Tokyo
    • I stayed in this hostel when I studied abroad in college in 2016, so it holds a special place in my heart. You can get a single room here for cheap, and although the rooms are extremely small, I don’t travel to Japan to spend time in my hotel so when looking for accommodations price is my #1 factor, not comfort. Toilets and showers are shared in this hostel and the rooms are set up coming off of a square hallway with sinks/restroom facilities in the center. The facilities don’t appear to be very modern and pretty, but the water pressure of the showers is the BEST. They have other room types as well, like bunk-beds, double rooms, etc. They have a 24 hour cafe downstairs and breakfast is included in your stay. All their staff speak English & Japanese (and other languages as well). They host some cool events like language exchanges and walking/jogging groups if you are more of a social person. I really enjoy the location of this hostel. You are within walking distance from the Imperial Palace and it still feels like you are in the city without it being so loud and busy like if you were to stay in Shibuya, etc. They do have other locations if you’re looking for somewhere with more nightlife.
  • The Millennials Hostel in Kyoto
    • This is a really modern looking hostel in Kyoto, 2 streets over from Pontocho. The facilities are gorgeous and look brand new. They are set up similar to a capsule style hotel with a bunch of rooms coming off a hallway. Your bed takes up your entire space, and you have about 18 inches at the foot of your bed to stand. You pull an opaque privacy screen down to make your room private - there is no door. You can control your bed’s incline and lights through an iPhone in your room. There is storage space under your bed and on a shelf above your bed. Restrooms are shared but the showers are in one room and toilets in another. There are a lot of shared common spaces including a full stocked kitchen you can cook your meals in, but we literally only stayed here to sleep so we didn’t explore those spaces. I was worried about other guests being noisy but that wasn’t the case - everyone was super respectful. The price and location was great so I would definitely come back here.

Daily Itinerary

Day 1 & 2: Travel
  • We flew out of Chicago O'Hare International Airport. Our direct flight to Narita was around $1600 after taxes, fees, and flight insurance. I had one layover the last time I flew to Japan and in the future I will only be buying a direct flight as I found this to be way easier than having a layover.
  • Once we arrived in Narita we turned on our e-sim. We chose Ubigi after reading many positive reviews on this subreddit and I highly recommend them. We had some issues getting iMessage to work despite following Ubigi's instructions to a T, so we ended up just using WhatsApp to message during the trip, however, iMessage did start working later on.
  • We decided against picking up our JR passes & seat reservations at the airport because the line was long and we didn't need them for another 5 days.
  • Going through customs/immigration and grabbing our luggage only took about 20-30 minutes. There were many staff to guide you and we found the whole process to be really smooth.
  • We exchanged our currency and went downstairs to buy our tickets for Narita Express at a ticket vending machine. We got round trip tickets for ¥3460 (keep in mind that the return ticket needs to be used within 14 days). We had purchased our Suica before leaving and put them in our iPhone wallets and they came with a balance of ¥2000 so we didn't load money onto our cards until the following day.
  • We took the Narita Express to Tokyo Station then took a cab to our hostel in Jimbocho. We each traveled with 2 checked luggage, so we found the short and inexpensive taxi ride to be a better option than lugging 6 giant suitcases on local trains to get to our hostel.
  • We checked into our hostel. The total price per person for 11 nights was ¥49500 (about $380).

Day 3: Imperial Palace/Ueno
  • We woke up and walked to the Imperial Palace/East Gardens. We got there right when they opened and spent about 90 minutes there. We walked back to Jimbocho to go to my favorite tempura place in Jimbocho. This place has gotten quite famous since I was last there in 2016. We were first in line at 10:45am and by the time they opened for lunch at 11:30, there was a line of 20+ people. Our lunch cost only ¥800.
  • After lunch we took the train to Ueno and spent some time in the Tokyo National Museum and Ueno Park. We also visited Shinobazu No Ike Bentendo Temple which is a cool temple right inside Ueno Park. While at Ueno Station, we picked up our JR passes & seat reservation tickets and also put ¥5000 on our Suica. We really enjoyed the fact that you could charge your mobile suica at a convenience store using cash - we didn’t have to worry about finding the machines in train stations with the phone holders.
  • After that we walked through Ameyoko and did some shopping - I bought a super cute used Coach purse for around $65. Ameyoko seemed to have a lot more products than when I was there in 2016… but I also had more money this time around so maybe I was just paying more attention!
  • We took a train back to our hostel to drop off our shopping bags and change. We took a train to Shinjuku to go to New York Grill for our dinner reservation. New York Grill is on the 52nd floor of the Park Hyatt hotel in Shinjuku and the views were incredible. We got the Spring Harvest 5-course dinner which included wagyu and it was easily the best beef I have ever eaten in my life - so juicy and buttery. The cost was ¥23100 per person (~$175).
  • 25,138 steps on this day.

Day 4: Shibuya/Akihabara
  • We woke up and took a train to Shibuya to see Hachiko, go to the Starbucks near Shibuya Crossing, and shop at Shibuya109 and Uniqlo. It was hard for me to find any clothing that would fit me at the stores in Shibuya109 (I am a US 8/10 which is basically considered plus size in Japan) however I was able to find a cute t-shirt at Punyu's in Shibuya109 and two dresses at Uniqlo. I also bought sneakers at the Skechers store.
  • I also went to the Mega Don Quijote in Shibuya and spent about $102 on candy and snacks to bring home. Lots of fun KitKat flavors here but it was very crowded and hard to walk around with my extremely full baskets.
  • We took a train back to our hostel to drop off our shopping bags and had a quick lunch via conbini.
  • We took a train to Akihabara and bought some souvenirs and gachapon, and walked all the way back to Ameyoko where I spent another $90 on candy and snacks to bring home.
  • We took a train back to our hostel to drop off our shopping bags and change. We took a train to Ginza to go to Tempura Kondo for dinner (a Michelin starred tempura restaurant). We got the Yomogi dinner which was ¥23100 per person (¥25410 after fees, ~$195). The staff were amazing - they noticed that my sister was left-handed and set up her plates/silverware as such which was really observant. We loved the dinner, however there was WAY too much food for us; the staff recognized we were starting to get full, and asked us if we would be able to eat the next course which was ten-don. I was really concerned about being disrespectful and wasting food, so I was really glad that they noticed and asked!
  • 19,445 steps on this day.

Day 5: Asakusa/Ginza/Omoide Yokocho
  • We woke up and took a train to Asakusa to see Sanja Matsuri. We shopped at the small souvenir shops on Nakamise-dori and had street food at the festival for lunch. I bought an awesome goshuincho here with a wooden cover and foxes on it.
  • After being completely overstimulated, we took a train to Rikugi-en Garden to escape the crowds. This garden is a little off the beaten path, just outside the big city, but it is completely gorgeous and so worth the trip.
  • After the garden, we took a train to Ginza to window shop and go to our reservation at Higashiya Ginza for wagashi & tea pairing. We had 5 wagashi paired with 5 teas that were amazing. It cost ¥4500 per person.
  • After this, we walked to Mitsukoshi Ginza to explore the basement food floor and grab dinner. They start to discount the food as the stores near closing time, so going for a late dinner can save you a couple yen! After eating on their rooftop terrace which was beautiful, we walked to Patisserie Sadaharu Aoki Paris Marunouichi to grab dessert then headed back to our hostel to drop off our shopping bags.
  • After we ate, we took a train to Shinjuku to walk down Omoide Yokocho. We had a drink on the third floor of Bar Albatross - highly recommend! The alleyway is a lot shorter than I imagined, and very crowded as you would expect. I probably wouldn’t go back here in the future but I am glad we visited!
  • 25,002 steps on this day.

Day 6: Harajuku
  • We woke up and took a train to Harajuku to visit Meiji Shrine and got our first goshuin.
  • After visiting the shrine, we walked back to Takeshita-dori to get lunch at Afuri Ramen. They’re known for their ramen with yuzu in their broth and this was one of our favorite meals during our trip. We got there about 20 minutes before they opened and were ~8th in line. By the time they opened, the line was stretching around the building!
  • We walked down Takeshita-dori and shopped, then went to our reservation at Mipig Cafe (mini pig cafe). This place was so cute! You can make reservations for 30 minutes or 1 hour where you sit on the floor and miniature pigs will come and sit on your lap. You weren’t allowed to pick the pigs up and the staff were super kind and handled the pigs well. A 30 minute reservation was ¥1800 per person.
  • After the pigs, we walked down Omotesando and took the train to Shinjuku to get dinner on the food floor at Isetan.
  • After we ate on the rooftop terrace (beautiful once again), we headed back to our hostel to drop off our shopping bags. We took the train to Shibuya to go to our reservation at Shibuya Sky. We got the package where you get an admission ticket including a 50 minute reservation for the sofa seats and a choice of a mini bottle of champagne or 2 beers per person, which cost ¥5900 per person. The views were unreal and I recommend reserving the sofa seats so you can get amazing pictures. This was a highlight of our trip.
  • 21,719 steps on this day.

Day 7: Kawaguchiko
  • This was our first travel day. We woke up early to take the highway bus from Busta Shinjuku to Kawaguchiko. The bus was ¥4400 per person. We were able to get some super clear pictures of Mt. Fuji while we were on the bus and right when we arrived at the station.
  • We bought the daily unlimited bus pass for ¥1500 which ended up not being worth it for us because we spent so little time seeing things on the bus route. First, we went to the Panoramic Ropeway. We got there about 15 minutes before they opened and there was already a really long line. By this time, Mt. Fuji was already completely covered in clouds but the ropeway was really cool and we still got some awesome panoramic pictures. They have a shop at the top where you can get ice cream and sit on some swings and take pictures.
  • After the ropeway we took the bus back to Kawaguchiko Station to get on the train to go to Chureito Pagoda. The gnats here were INSANE. We climbed up the ~400 or so steps to the top and got some cool pictures as well as our goshuin.
  • We walked back to the station and took the train to Fuji-san Station and walked ~30 minutes to Kitaguchi Hongu Fuji Sengen Shrine. The wooded walk up to the shrine is absolutely gorgeous. We got goshuin here as well.
  • After the shrine, we walked and took a train back to Kawaguchiko Station to eat a conbini dinner, do last minute shopping, and catch our bus back to Tokyo.
  • 19,374 steps on this day.

Day 8: Kanazawa
  • We woke up early to catch our 6:16am shinkansen to Kanazawa. Once we arrived, we bought the daily unlimited bus pass and took the bus to Omicho Market where we bought some souvenirs and food.
  • We walked from Omicho Market to visit Ozaki Shrine and Oyama Shrine and got goshuin at both places. My sister realized she lost her wallet at this point, but a kind soul had turned it in to the staff at Ozaki Shrine!
  • We took the bus from Oyama Shrine to Kenroku-en Garden, where we walked around, took lots of pictures, and sat down for lunch at a local restaurant.
  • After lunch, we took the bus to the Higashi Chaya district where we shopped and took pictures.
  • After that, we took the bus back to Kanazawa Station to catch our 5:57pm shinkansen back to Tokyo.
  • 20,192 steps on this day.

Day 9: Kyoto Day 1
  • We woke up early to pack our overnight bags and catch our 6:21am shinkansen to Kyoto, where we would be staying for one night. We decided to keep our reservation at our Tokyo hostel because 1) it was super cheap and 2) we would be able to leave all our suitcases and belongings in our rooms for when we returned to Tokyo.
  • When we arrived in Kyoto, we headed straight to our hostel to have them hold our bags before we could check in later that day.
  • After that, we took a local bus to the Arashiyama area. It was absolutely packed with school groups and tour buses. We walked up Saga-Toriimoto Preserved Street to Adashino Nenbutsu-ji Temple where it was much quieter. We got goshuin and visited the small and private bamboo grove behind the temple. We walked back down Saga-Toriimoto Preserved Street towards Togetsukyo Bridge where we stopped and sat down for lunch then continued shopping along the way. I got lots of uji-matcha here.
  • We walked back to Arashiyama Station and took a train to Kiyomizu-dera where we got goshuin, then walked to a small rooftop bar overlooking the Hokan-ji temple and pagoda and got awesome pictures and had dinner.
  • After eating, we walked back to our hostel and checked in, then slept for the night. Our 1 night stay cost ¥5000 per person.
  • 21,545 steps on this day.

Day 10: Kyoto/Nara Day 2
  • We woke up super early to check out of our hostel and head to Fushimi Inari. Our hostel held our bags while we went sightseeing for the day. We arrived around 6:45am which was so worth it - it wasn’t crowded at all and we got lots of pictures of the shrine and torii gates without any people in them. We walked for about 30 minutes up the mountain then headed back to Inari Station to head to Nara.
  • Once we arrived in Nara, we spent some time with the deer then visited Todai-ji and got goshuin.
  • After that, we took a train back to Fushimi Inari to visit the souvenir shops which had not opened yet when we had gotten there earlier that day. We shopped and got goshuin, then headed to Sannenzaka/Ninenzaka to shop. We visited Ryozen Kannon to get pictures (they had closed by the time we got there) and walked down Ishibei-koji Lane and Hanamikoji Street.
  • After that, we walked back to our hostel to pick up our bags. We took a taxi to Kyoto Station to catch our 7:36pm shinkansen back to Tokyo.
  • 27,861 steps on this day.

Day 11: Tattoo
  • My mom and I went to a tattoo shop near Shibuya to get matching tattoos on our wrists, then my mom spent the rest of the day shopping in Shibuya with my sister while I got another large tattoo on my shoulder.
  • After my tattoo was finished, we all met up in Ikebukuro to get gyudon for dinner.
  • 9,879 steps on this day.

Day 12: Yokohama/Kamakura
  • We woke up and took a train to Yokohama where we walked the Minato Mirai 21 area and shopped and had lunch at World Porters.
  • After lunch, we took a train to Kamakura. First, we visited Hase-dera and got goshuin. I got lots of pictures of the hydrangeas even though they weren’t in full bloom yet.
  • After that we walked up the road to Daibutsu and got goshuin. We walked back to Hase Station and took a train to Kamakura Station and walked the pedestrian pathway in the center of the road to Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu. We got our goshuin and were able to observe a small part of a traditional Japanese wedding that was happening at the shrine, which was really cool.
  • After that, we walked back to Kamakura Station and took a train back to Tokyo.
  • We spent the night packing. I ended up completely filling my suitcases with my souvenirs and had to put even more in my carry-on bag.
  • 21,131 steps on this day.

Day 13: Travel
  • We woke up and headed back to Senso-ji to grab our goshuin, since it was too busy when Sanja Matsuri was happening the week before.
  • We took a train back to our hostel and checked out around 11am, then made our way to Tokyo Station to take the Narita Express back to the airport.
  • We arrived at the airport with plenty of time before our flight so we could get last-minute souvenirs. I found a couple flavors of KitKat and Hi-Chew here that I could not find in Donki/Ameyoko - but I could not find Beni-Imo KitKat which is the flavor that I was looking for! :(
  • We flew back to O’Hare and drove home from there.

Trip Cost

  • Total trip cost: ~$5462.73
    • Total spent before I left Japan (flight, JR pass, highway bus ticket, tattoo deposit, pay-ahead reservations, suica, car rental): $2562.73
    • Total I spent in Japan (souvenirs, snacks, accommodations, transportation, meals, activities/admission, reservations, tattoo): ~$2900

Cost Breakdown

  • Total (USD): $1600
  • Total: ¥54500
    • ¥49500 (Tokyo hostel/11 nights) + ¥5000 (Kyoto hostel/1 night)
  • Total: ~¥64470
    • ¥33610 (JR pass) + ¥4400 (highway bus) + ¥3460 (N’EX) + ¥18000 (local trains/bus) + ¥5000 (taxis - approximate)
  • Total: ~¥88510
    • ¥40000 (breakfast/lunch/dinner) + ¥48510 (meal reservations)
  • Total: ~¥150000
    • Goshuin, charms, matcha powder, candy, jewelry, clothing, purses, shrine offerings, postcards, etc.
  • Total: ~¥9800
    • Pig Cafe, tea/wagashi tasting, shrines/temples, etc.
  • Total (USD): $604.66
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2023.05.30 05:42 slothwithakeyboard Outlet doesn't work despite correct hot-to-neutral, hot-to-ground voltage measurements

The outlet in my laundry room has two receptacles which normally power my washing machine and dryer. The outlet malfunctioned mid-wash and now neither of the receptacles work.
The circuit breaker hadn't tripped, but I reset it anyway just in case. The microwave which is on the same circuit is working normally. I confirmed that the washer and dryer work using an extension cord. I also tested the outlet using an electric toothbrush to confirm that it will not power even smaller appliances.
Finally, I tested the outlet using a multimeter, which gave the appropriate ~120V hot-to-neutral and hot-to-ground measurements for both receptacles. I'm a novice at electrical things and have no idea what to do next. Would really appreciate any advice, even if the advice is "call an electrician" :)
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2023.05.30 05:31 bamzing Sunday Modern Challenge Results - May 28 2023



  • LasVegasChaos on Mono W Hammer


1. Mono W Hammer (8-1) LasVegasChaos
2. UR Murktide (7-2) roter_Erzengel
3. BG Yawgmoth (7-1) Xerk @Xerk_MTGO
4. Mono W Hammer (6-2) uwata
5. BR Grief (5-2) thodoris17
6. BG Yawgmoth (5-2) DemonicTutors @DemonicTutors [Twitch] [YouTube]
7. BR Grief (5-2) christiano7
8. RW Burn (4-3) wangcai
9. 5c Creativity (4-2) grinderA
10. Affinity (4-2) RagingTiltMonster @TiltMonsterMtg
11. Hardened Scales (4-2) _Falcon_
12. BR Grief (4-2) Erik157751
13. Living End (4-2) terlollo04
14. UR Murktide (4-2) O_danielakos
15. Mono U Merfolk (4-2) ht991122
16. Jund (4-2) zarbo
17. BG Yawgmoth (4-2) SleepingSnorunt
18. UB Mill (4-2) tibalt_of_red_sub @TibaltOfRedSub
19. Living End (4-2) Sniggle_87
20. 63-cards 4c Omnath (4-2) Yamada
21. UR Murktide (4-2) txouzo
22. UR Murktide (3-3) sokos13 @sokos13_
23. Jeskai Control [Kaheera] (3-3) Wyjx
24. Domain [Jegantha] (3-3) mashmalovsky @mashmalovsky
25. Living End (3-3) Gabanaci
26. Mono G Tron [Jegantha] (3-3) Jositoshekel
27. Amulet Titan (3-3) gurig @TaintedOpt
28. Mono U Merfolk (3-3) Agarack
29. Twiddle (3-3) CountrytimeCrusher
30. Jeskai Control (3-3) Stefano_o
31. Mono B Coffers (3-3) LSC1998
32. Mardu Winota (3-3) Traumatismes
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Top 32 Archetype Breakdown

4 UR Murktide 3 BG Yawgmoth 3 BR Grief 3 Living End 2 Mono W Hammer 2 Mono U Merfolk 2 Jeskai Control 1 RW Burn 1 5c Creativity 1 Affinity 1 Hardened Scales 1 Jund 1 UB Mill 1 4c Omnath 1 Domain 1 Mono G Tron 1 Amulet Titan 1 Twiddle 1 Mono B Coffers 1 Mardu Winota 

X-2 or better Archetype Breakdown

3 UR Murktide 3 BG Yawgmoth 3 BR Grief 2 Living End 2 Mono W Hammer 1 Mono U Merfolk 1 RW Burn 1 5c Creativity 1 Affinity 1 Hardened Scales 1 Jund 1 UB Mill 1 4c Omnath 

New Cards (MAT)

Nissa, Resurgent Animist Filter Out Jirina, Dauntless General 

Tournament Highlights

  • Going ham! The winner is LasVegasChaos on Mono W Hammer!
  • roter_Erzengel is our runner-up and played UR Murktide!
  • Xerk was on BG Yawgmoth.
  • uwata was on Mono W Hammer.
  • thodoris17 was on BR Grief.
  • DemonicTutors was on BG Yawgmoth.
  • christiano7 was on BR Grief.
  • wangcai rounds out our T8 with RW Burn!
  • In the rest of the 4-2 bracket, I spy zarbo on Jund! Even playing Bloodbraid Elf to go with the Elf creature type that Nissa Resurgent Animist looks for!
  • And in the 3-3 bracket, we see more of that deck by Traumatismes earlier this weekend: Mardu Winota!
  • Shoutout to Xerk for going undefeated in the Swiss!
  • Congrats to LasVegasChaos for taking the tournament down!

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2023.05.30 05:30 _MS22 How do you wash your jerseys?

I try to avoid washing my jerseys unless they get dirty or stinky, but this weekend at the gorge I was a hot sweaty mess and now need to wash 2 of my illenium jerseys. What’s your fav way of doing this? I have just thrown them in the regular cycle washer and dryer before, but I’d like to take better care of them and prolong their life as much as possible!
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