Bayside Couple

Published on May 15th, 2010.

In lack of things to post, here’s another nice photo! The photographer this time is mrhayata and it was taken in Odaiba 1-chome in Tokyo. Oh and while I think the couple is in focus here, that’s the Rainbow Bridge in the back, probably just an hour or two before it’s lit up :)

I’ve never been this close to the Rainbow Bridge actually, definitely going to take a closer look next time I’m in Tokyo, preferably just like in the picture above! Next time I want it to be a little bit warmer though, going in January was great, but I think it’d be even better in the Spring or Fall. My only chance this year would be in November, but that depends on whether I get accepted to the school I’ve applied for. Going to do a test on Monday and then an interview next Friday, so wish me luck because I really want to get in^^ It’s a two-year program in agile web development.

Via AILOVEJAPAN

Oh and one more thing. If you haven’t already noticed, there’s a new little button in the top navigation at the far left. I call that the “Explore” button, and what it does is simple, it takes you to a random post on yonasu.com, so now I have my own StumbleUpon ;)

I’m pretty much in the middle of going through my archives by the way, so some posts are probably very bad^^;

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  • http://www.theotakukid.com shockerz

    Great! Will try the new function you’ve implemented on the blog. I wonder what’s the requirement for your program are.

    • http://www.yonasu.com yonasu

      You need to know basic HTML/CSS, basic programming, have good grades from high school (you can also apply with your university test if your grades aren’t very good), and of course you need to do well on the interview :)

  • http://www.theotakukid.com shockerz

    Great! Will try the new function you’ve implemented on the blog. I wonder what’s the requirement for your program are.

    • http://www.yonasu.com yonasu

      You need to know basic HTML/CSS, basic programming, have good grades from high school (you can also apply with your university test if your grades aren’t very good), and of course you need to do well on the interview :)