Sunday, May 11, 2008
Can anyone translate German???
I just found this German documentary about my friend Maya from Tokyo. Its so crazy, they go to her house (I've slept on that bed!) and then to my hairdresser's (The Spank girls told me to go there, its called Number 406 and it's in Harajuku, and the guy doing Maya's hair was my hairdresser, he is really nice! Also its sooooo cheap there, it only cost $70 for my hair to be coloured from black to blonde with 3 applications of colour, that would be maybe $300-$400 here in Australia) then they go to the Yoyogi park bridge and Saki is there, but Maya and Saki never ever hang out there because its for Cos-Play teenagers but I guess they did it for TV. Then they go to the 2nd Pank Ponk party, which was 2 weeks after I left Japan :< It looks like so much fun I wish I could have been there. Yohei and Roxy are dj'ing and I love the bad 90's dance music they play. Such a cool video. I'll have to ask Maya about it. I can't believe she let them into her house, she is so embarrassed about how messy it is (it looks like she cleaned up a lot) that she has never had any visitors (except me, and yeah not even the other Spank girls, but then again Yuki lives 2 streets away from Tabuchi and they have both never visited each others houses either...its not the done thing at all in Japan to visit people's houses, mainly because they are so small, but yeah if you do visit someone's house its a HUGE deal and you have to bring a gift of food. The goodbye party at Tabuchi's house for me was the 1st time she had had visitors too, crazy right? That's why I'm so surprised about Maya letting a film crew into her house!!!)