Moving to Japan

Hi, everyone!

I wanted to thank those of you who came to the Ustream live a couple weeks ago. It was a lot of fun and I hope everyone enjoyed it as much as I did.

Soon I won’t be able to do Ustream lives as readily anymore. U???)

I have mentioned this vaguely once in a while through other mediums of communication on the internet, but I am announcing that I am moving to Japan on March 21. I’ve been hired to work as an ALT in the Ibaraki Prefecture.

I’m very excited for this opportunity to work and live in Japan, but it also means I will have some difficulty singing/practicing in my room, as the walls of my apartment will be very thin. I am also not sure on how I will handle getting recordings done without having to resort to renting a studio and finding a sound engineer to help monitor while I record. I’ll find a way somehow!

Either way, it’ll be an experience I look forward to. For those of you living in Japan, I look forward to seeing you again and meeting new friends! U´?`????

6 Responses to “Moving to Japan”


  • Good luck with the move~!

  • Good luck! When you do get to record/stream, be sure to try and schedule it so I can listen too. I need to (woof)(woof)(woof)!

  • aww good luck in getting the studio!! it would be a shame if you couldn’t practice a hobby/interest you liked so much due to that sort of circumstance ghdsg
    hope everything works out well with a new life in japan! and congratulations!!

  • Good luck! Let us know how it goes!

  • To be honest, it depends on the building. If you’re in a Leo Palace, then yeah… they have thin walls sometimes. But I’ve lived in 4 different apartments in Japan… and other than the occasional sliding door I NEVER hear my neighbors, and they apparently never hear me.

  • Thanks for all your well-wishes and congratulatory messages!! U・w・)ノ

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