Little In Japan: The perils of meeting other gaijin on trains

Hello! Here’s another comic strip from Little in Japan.

This time it’s about the awkwardness of bumping into other gaijin on the train.

Check out more at littleinjapan.com.

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8 Responses to Little In Japan: The perils of meeting other gaijin on trains

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  2. Sam Pugeda says:

    Haha, when I studied abroad in Kanazawa, Japan I experienced that same feeling. On one hand, you want to fit in and be approached by Japanese people, but at the same time you end up adopting the same attitude towards other foreigners.

  3. tformation says:

    Hey, haven’t seen any new posts in a while. Just commenting to see if you’re OK…

  4. roaf says:

    That’s nice! I’m fine, thanks.
    Had to move to a house in Tokyo, start a new job, and go to lots of fundraising parties and sayonara parties, so I’ve been busy! I’ve got another comic strip on the way in a few days.

  5. David says:

    I’ve always read your blog but something happend cause for some time i don’t see any new article. Are you ok? or you need guest posts? Cause i’ll make a post if you want to. Regards.

  6. roaf says:

    I’m OK, thanks for asking! I’ve been snowed under at work, plus I had to move house, and I’ve been dating a crazy woman, among other things. Will be updating soon. Been working on a long comic strip which will be done soon.

  7. Ryan Smith says:

    OH man! This is so true but most gaijin will not admit it.

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