Welcome to Loco in Yokohama.
For first time visitor, I know Loco in Yokohama can be a bit daunting. There’s just so much material here. Where to start? Well, I’ve made it a little easier. Below is a list of the most popular posts as chosen by readers, either by comment number or hit count, over the course of the past 6 years.
So, sit back and enjoy, and don’t be afraid to drop a comment or even send me an email if you have questions.
1-Top 10 Ebonapanese words and phrases– Basically a joke post on how to get all potty-mouthed in Anglicized Japanese
2-–Mi kasa su kasa- A post about the stealing and borrowing of umbrellas in Japan and my experience one rainy day with a venerable old soldier of an umbrella.
4-Lighten up, Loco– A post I wrote at a time when I felt my writing was getting too heavy and I needed to de-Loco for a while…or suffer grave consequences!
5-おーい、日本人のみなさん、See how beautiful I am…And be ashamed!: A follow-up to the Lighten up, Loco article.
6- The J-Factor– A piece I wrote about a Japanese girl who turned out to be just as giving as I was, to my chagrin. (-:
8-Make Japanese Friends: This was #5 in that same series. A post on how and why to make friends in Japan.
9-Cock-blocking Chikan– A post I wrote about my efforts to prevent Japanese pervs on the train from performing their trade on Japanese High school girls.
10–And, oh yeah, one other reason I just Love japan, the girls: A post in a series I wrote in response to reader queries as to why I stay in Japan if it’s “so bad.”
Series-wise, the most recommended would be the :
1- Why Do Gaijin Clash? series
2- 10 Ways Not to Go Loco in Yokohama Re-Mastered Series
3- Yokohama, in Living Color (a photo essay)
Well, I think this is enough to get you started and allow to get a feel for where Loco is coming from and where he’s going. I hope you dig my work. If you do please don’t hesitate to tell everyone you know, via whatever method floats your boat.
I’d be much obliged.
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PS: Regular readers, if you have suggestions for additions to this list, please let me know!