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At age 19, I moved to Japan to serve a 2-year mission for my church, teaching interested individuals about the church and teaching free English classes, as well as performing other forms of community service.



Sun Road Shoten, Kichijoji-ku, Tokyo-to The Shoten to end all shotens
Tokyo has very narrow streets, and most of the streets there are not named Streets of Ota-ku
Ando Yuko's baptism in Ota-ku, Tokyo Chatterton Choro, Ando Yuko, Stamps Choro
Fujie Masatake & Kimiko's baptism in Ota-ku, Tokyo Stamps Choro, "Take," Kimiko, Chatterton Choro
Ouno Hiroyuki's baptism in Ota-ku, Tokyo Wright Choro, Ono Hiroyuki, Stamps Choro
Us at the train station at Hiratsuka, Kanagawa-ken Dilley, Stamps, Clancy, Muranaka Chorotachi
Hatsuhinode 1997, the first sunrise of the new year, on the west shore of Tokyo Harbor Hatsuhinode
McDonalds in Atsugi, Kanagawa-ken Atsugi no Makudonarudo
Mori Hayato's baptism in Atsugi, Kanagawa-ken Stamps Choro, Mori Hayato, Magalei Choro, Kimura Shimai, Stoffers Shimai
Nakada Yasumasa's danchi in Atsuji, Kanagawa-ken Now THAT'S a danchi!
Nakada Yasumasa's baptism in Atsugi, Kanagawa-ken Stamps Choro, Nakada Yasumasa, Bassett Choro
An oshiro or Japanese castle in Odawara, Kanagawa-ken I have no idea where this picture was taken
Kesh Bahadur Gurung's baptism in Atsugi, Kanagawa-ken Stamps Choro, Kesh Bahadur Gurung, Bassett Choro
Sunset in Atsugi, Kanagawa-ken Picture taken by Bassett Choro
A swan by the emperor's palace in Tokyo The emperor's palace
Hasumi Rei's baptism in Hiratsuka, Kanagawa-ken Stamps Choro, Hasumi Rei, Hansen Choro
Hansen Choro, Ota Shinobu and Izumi, and others following eikaiwa class in Hiratsuka-shi, Kanagawa-ken Shashin dozo!
Shibuya from the eki The busy intersection at Shibuya
Shibuya Of course, we weren't actually watching the TV
Traditional Japanese toilet Park near Tachikawa eki
Traditional Japanese house Tea ceremony park in Ota-ku
A beautiful garden in Kunitachi-shi, Tokyo-to Park near Tachikawa eki just before the sakura bloomed
You can buy cigarettes, alcohol, batteries, magazines, socks and just about anything else from vending machines Vending machines in Ota-ku
Futami Seichi's baptism in Hiratsuka, Kanagawa-ken Webb Choro, Futami Seichi, Stamps Choro
Japanese people have told me repeatedly that the best sushi is in Japan Picture taken in Hiratsuka, Shonan
Kimura Tamae's baptism in Kunitachi-shi, Tokyo-to Thacker Choro, Kimura Tamae, Stamps Choro
Yamada Satako's baptism in Kunitachi-shi, Tokyo-to Crump Choro, Yamada Satako, Stamps Choro
Mt. Fuji with the Shinkansen in the foreground
I had a typical ofuro or Japanese bath tub in Fuji-shi, very small but very deep Fuji apartment bathroom
Teodora Colar Ganio & Paul Anthony Hale Paul Anthony Hale, Stamps Choro, Teodora Colar Ganio

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