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  • Hello?

  • Hey, Uh, yeah.

  • You at work?

  • It's It's Thursday.

  • Yeah.

  • You look so luxurious right now.

  • Just enjoying my morning while I'm here.

  • Can you give me a tour of the house?

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • Nice hammock, by the way.

  • Thank you very much.

  • It's crazy.

  • I don't think many people in here have a Yeah, because it's, um it's the greatest single.

  • You turn on the lights.

  • A I mean, you could just switch, but I think you Yes.

  • Let's get started.

  • The beginning.

  • Nice looking con.

  • Thank you.

  • I have questions about thes chairs.

  • I'm gonna be honest, Uh, from the offset.

  • A little weird stuff like train.

  • See?

  • So my first kind of five or six years into camp was working right by where the Olympic Stadium is now.

  • For the last two years has been like a building site because they knocked down the old Olympic Stadium, that building new up.

  • But when they knocked down the old one, a company went in there and took I think 750 of their seats on they made it.

  • Zain.

  • What?

  • I thought it swallows things that when I do, probably eventually that's the UK will be according to Bring back.

  • I don't know how we're gonna get it on quite comfortable, ready to watch the Olympics, I wonder said that changing the models.

  • But you have a lot of movie post ins.

  • And so I did not Michael Ealy culture.

  • That's very curious.

  • I look around, there's a lot of stuff where you could say Person clearly hasn't right, but it's gonna go on a meaning.

  • This has absolutely no meaning.

  • It was not like this guy into the dimension of do so.

  • There's so many details to your apartment.

  • I'm so worried about spending too much time.

  • Thanks.

  • So let's just have into your bedroom study area.

  • But it's amazing with your space.

  • It is like more compact.

  • But you feel like you utilize it really, really well, Well, it's I guess that's kind.

  • I learned a lot how to do that, because I did.

  • You see so much stuff on then.

  • You know, when you live in a republic this small, you kind of have to prioritize you.

  • Keep away that I'm sure he was talking about.

  • She used the service where they put stuff in boxes and they take you awake and alert back online.

  • It's called.

  • I do use 10 box.

  • I never voted doing that.

  • Thinking of all the possibilities.

  • Yeah, MySpace.

  • Just get rid of this stuff.

  • That is like I need that for one season.

  • Exactly.

  • Yeah, it is good if you can find one close by and that it's not too expensive.

  • I've noticed they charge by the region of Tokyo.

  • So my if you live in an expensive area, you might get one further and make.

  • It is quite significant difference in price, but yeah, in front of us here, you've got your study area.

  • I just noticed this almost back to your computer.

  • That is a heck of a heck of a gadget.

  • Is is, uh, chump, we're gonna break it.

  • I was touched by theory, so I like making use of a lot of space.

  • I don't have a TV by the what kind of a lot of Netflix and stuff like that.

  • So I have a project which projects onto this area that the base that comes with these it's just like really in a way, that it is something.

  • I know him.

  • There's a guy called June Takeshi.

  • He was an artist in kind of a fashion designer in Japan.

  • He randomly cooks a Catholic 1/4 fairly often.

  • Branko Undercover.

  • And when I first came to Japan, we went to his this guy store on.

  • They had these kind of looks a bit ridiculous, but that's kind of like him.

  • I'm giving him a name, so that's OK, but if anyone wants to comment on a potential name for Mr Hamburger, Huh?

  • Okay, so if we move over to this section, have you wonderful thing way.

  • Like I said, if you if you were to look at this, it looks like you haven't grown up tired eight years old, But all of the have some kind of Yeah, I think from looking at delivery, they seem like very specific.

  • No, most like.

  • For example, this one in my previous job is a real estate company.

  • And I hope this guy get apartment and everything like that Onda here from Mexico.

  • So when he left, he gave me that.

  • OK, And last thing can you tell me about this big old history here?

  • So that is actually a photo from Jenny.

  • Respect you were.

  • Thing is, there's an episode where we're in Osaka and kind of exploring the night life.

  • I don't remember.

  • There's a bit of with this guy skateboarding in the background.

  • Basic happened was we were talking to these kind of taking feet and Chris some kind of one of the guys e I guess it got Tina.

  • He looked up really shocked.

  • Look on his face and he recognized his idol.

  • Who's this guy?

  • And the guy was even wearing a T shirt on this guy's face on it, but I don't know who he is, but you don't like the is like an old, famous happening skateboarder, 60 years old, passing around like this.

  • So, yeah, this is your your bed area is my bed size, and I like that you're sleeping next to a window you get Yeah, that's another thing I like about your apartment.

  • There's a lot of windows on different sides, so that doesn't want, like he's right on.

  • I thought to maximize that by these kind of got rid of my curtains blinds great, makes it look right, but it means I wake up at 5 a.m. It was a sunny day.

  • Can you show me the kitchen?

  • About three steps, Teoh way things.

  • The kitchen area, some spices.

  • I try.

  • I'm not very good at what you see.

  • I thank you.

  • That cut on his thumb that should I cook it at the last time I could this morning.

  • So you've got a little I So it's nice.

  • It's going to sound really like soppy.

  • But when I called my mom my family back home because when I'm cooking, it's like the one time where I'm not working or doing saying we're going downplaying something so pretty much I'd say, like 95% of time I call home that this is actually a really good idea.

  • I want your videos every single time that I cook, and I never have a great way to put my fun.

  • I used to like balancing on things.

  • And then one time I was pushing, it fell in sync.

  • So really figure out, You know, I really, really like I like your magnetic strip with you, denies Nice.

  • And then you've got a kettle, uh, freak resistant yet think I mentioned it once with former maybe a TCP time on the crisp rule journey across Japan trip.

  • I like it.

  • So I have for breakfast on me like a smoothie.

  • Help me lose their way on.

  • Then it goes straight into your laundry.

  • Hey, we're in the laundry area.

  • Uh, slash You see my shower.

  • So that's what I mean about trying to make uses base.

  • So I like that I try and try and keep it as kind of minimal.

  • I guess I One thing I do have a bit of a problem we have is, uh, trainers, sneakers.

  • Oh, my thing.

  • Any place I've got to keep them.

  • He's in a little bit.

  • Yeah, I had no idea this was hiding.

  • You have made the most of the space that you like.

  • I didn't even realize that this is This is one.

  • Yeah, I have never seen I got these in talk you hands in Japan.

  • But rather than putting like two pairs together, you can kind of put one sees a lot space.

  • Then clearly after that, I've got my almond milk and chicken.

  • You keep your cleaning supplies into, and then what is?

  • What is this?

  • Would someone actually take this to school?

  • That's what it was like.

  • A c c.

  • Mom, I Moges Next I work in your Olympic seat and I broke Moges neck and you leave you if it had to be one of the mom is your least favorite since probably Lisa is that bad of May.

  • We're gonna get a lot of angry people, at least hard.

  • All right, So just go some questions for you about your apartment in the area and things like that.

  • So what kind of area isn't it?

  • And why do you like the area that you're in?

  • So I live in an era called Naka Meguro.

  • It's probably most famous for table I'm explaining to you for you know, more because Starbucks, but But now I realize the area it's very central is very close to Shabbiha.

  • My first few years in Japan one, it was really on the outskirts of Tokyo.

  • See, I'm sure most of you've moved here.

  • Know what that's like to go out drinking and missed the last train.

  • And it's kind of a slug to wait for until 5 a.m. whereas it's kind of nice where living a bit more central walk home, we'll get a Texas really cheap.

  • Exactly.

  • OK, so next question is, uh, what do you like about the apartment itself in particular.

  • Oh, I'm telling you, the roof terrorists.

  • Yeah, you're if there is a roof, there's, uh yes.

  • Cool.

  • It's big enough that I can fit in, but not I collect stuff.

  • Yes, it's been here for five years now.

  • This Obama originally one downstairs and then I moved up Even the other part apartments.

  • Really nice.

  • Got a lot of a community here.

  • It's no too expensive compared to what you could pay in this area.

  • It's kind of still.

  • Yes.

  • Well, that's another question I have.

  • I can you tell us?

  • You don't tell us the exact price of video.

  • So electricity separate on in the apartment is Japanese Cumin que central fillets rounded up $2000 So yeah, I guess so.

  • All in all about 1000 US.

  • Electricity's.

  • Yeah, that's based in usage.

  • Wait, what about, like water?

  • And that's what included in, uh, good point.

  • Internet as well is another, like $50 a month.

  • Do you know the size of this place inspired me so I don't