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    Quote Originally Posted by Kallisti View Post


    Japan, Kouchi-ken, Kouchi-shi, Sanbashidoori icchoume

    There you go
    Austin, TX
    1. Head east on E 5th St toward Brazos St
    0.1 mi
    2. Turn right at the 2nd cross street onto San Jacinto Blvd
    0.3 mi
    3. Turn right onto E 1st St/E Cesar Chavez St
    Continue to follow E Cesar Chavez St
    1.6 mi
    4. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for TX-1 Loop S and merge onto TX-1 Loop S
    4.7 mi
    5. Take the exit onto TX-71 W/US-290 W
    3.2 mi
    6. Slight right onto TX-71 (signs for Texas 71 W/Llano)
    64.5 mi
    7. Turn right onto Ford St (signs for TX-16 N/TX-71)
    1.2 mi
    8. Continue onto Bessemer Ave
    0.3 mi
    9. Turn left onto TX-29 W/TX-71 W/W Young St
    Continue to follow TX-29 W/TX-71 W
    2.8 mi
    10. Turn right onto TX-71 W
    47.2 mi
    11. Turn right onto US-377 N/US-87 N
    2.8 mi
    12. Turn left onto US-87 N/W Commerce St (signs for U.S. 283)
    Continue to follow US-87 N
    67.9 mi
    13. Take the TX-306 Loop N/Farm to Market 1223 exit toward Bellinger/Abilene/Goodfellow AFB
    0.3 mi
    14. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Abilene and merge onto TX-306 Loop N
    6.4 mi
    15. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for US-67 S/US-277 S and merge onto US-277 S/US-67 S/E Houston Harte Expy
    3.5 mi
    16. Merge onto US-277 S/W 7th St via the ramp to US-87 S/US-87 N
    0.4 mi
    17. Turn right onto US-87 N/N Bryant Blvd (signs for US-277)
    Continue to follow US-87 N
    129 mi
    18. Slight left onto S Dallas Ave
    1.2 mi
    19. Turn left onto N 4th St
    0.6 mi
    20. Turn right onto TX-137 N/N Bryan Ave
    Continue to follow TX-137 N
    35.5 mi
    21. Turn left toward S 14th St
    0.2 mi
    22. Turn right onto S 14th St
    1.2 mi
    23. Turn left onto US-380 W/US-82 W/W Main St (signs for Plano)
    Continue to follow US-380 W
    Entering New Mexico
    133 mi
    24. Turn right onto US-285 N/N Main St
    Continue to follow US-285 N
    140 mi
    25. Turn left toward I-40 W
    0.2 mi
    26. Take the ramp onto I-40 W
    57.7 mi
    27. Take exit 159C to merge onto I-25 N toward Santa Fe
    16.1 mi
    28. Take exit 242 for NM-165 E toward US-550 W/Bernalillo/Placitas
    0.2 mi
    29. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for US-550/Sandoval County Station
    197 ft
    30. Turn left onto NM-165 W/US-550 N
    Continue to follow US-550 N
    149 mi
    31. Turn left onto Rd 5500
    7.5 mi
    32. Turn left onto US-64 W
    5.0 mi
    33. Slight right onto US-64 W/E Broadway Ave
    Continue to follow US-64 W
    29.7 mi
    34. Turn right onto US-491 N
    Entering Colorado
    41.3 mi
    35. Slight left onto US-491 N/S Broadway (signs for I-491)
    Continue to follow US-491 N
    Entering Utah
    59.8 mi
    36. Continue onto E Center St/U.S 666
    Continue to follow E Center St
    0.4 mi
    37. Turn right onto US-191 N/N Main St
    Continue to follow US-191 N
    85.4 mi
    38. Turn left to merge onto I-70 W
    23.8 mi
    39. Take exit 157 to merge onto US-191 N/US-6 W toward Price/Salt Lake
    Continue to follow US-6 W
    127 mi
    40. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for I-15 N/Salt Lake City and merge onto I-15 N
    47.4 mi
    41. Merge onto I-80 W
    2.6 mi
    42. Continue onto I-15 N
    16.4 mi
    43. Keep left to stay on I-15 N
    55.3 mi
    44. Keep left to continue on I-84 W, follow signs for Boise
    Entering Idaho
    95.3 mi
    45. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Interstate 84 W/US 30 W/Twin Falls and merge onto I-84 W/U.S. 30 W
    Continue to follow I-84 W
    Entering Oregon
    420 mi
    46. Take exit 179 to merge onto I-82 W toward Umatilla/Kennewick
    Entering Washington
    142 mi
    47. Keep left at the fork and merge onto I-90 W
    101 mi
    48. Take exit 10 for Interstate 405 N
    0.5 mi
    49. Merge onto I-405 N
    2.8 mi
    50. Take exit 14 for Washington 520 E toward Redmond
    0.4 mi
    51. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Washington 520 W and merge onto WA-520 W
    Partial toll road
    5.9 mi
    52. Take the Montlake Boulevard exit
    Toll road
    0.5 mi
    53. Merge onto Montlake Blvd E
    0.3 mi
    54. Slight left onto NE Pacific St
    0.8 mi
    55. Continue onto NE Northlake Way
    0.2 mi
    56. Turn left to stay on NE Northlake Way
    1.0 mi
    57. Sail across the Pacific Ocean
    Entering Hawaii
    2,756 mi
    58. Continue straight
    0.1 mi
    59. Turn left onto Kuilima Dr
    0.5 mi
    60. Take the 3rd right onto HI-83 W
    12.4 mi
    61. Continue straight onto HI-99 S/Kamehameha Hwy
    6.5 mi
    62. Slight left onto HI-80 S/Kamehameha Hwy
    Continue to follow Kamehameha Hwy
    2.1 mi
    63. Take the Interstate H-2 S ramp to Honolulu
    0.2 mi
    64. Merge onto I-H-2 S
    7.9 mi
    65. Merge onto I-H-1 E
    4.6 mi
    66. Take exit 13B toward Halawa Hts. Stadium
    0.3 mi
    67. Merge onto I-H-201 E
    4.1 mi
    68. Merge onto I-H-1 E
    4.1 mi
    69. Take exit 23 for Punahou St toward Waikiki/Manoa
    0.2 mi
    70. Turn right onto Punahou St
    0.1 mi
    71. Turn right onto S Beretania St
    0.1 mi
    72. Take the 1st left onto Kalakaua Ave
    1.9 mi
    73. Sail across the Pacific Ocean
    Entering Japan
    3,879 mi
    74. Turn left toward 県道275号線
    0.4 mi
    75. Turn left toward 県道275号線
    358 ft
    76. Turn left toward 県道275号線
    0.2 mi
    77. Turn right onto 県道275号線
    0.1 mi
    78. Turn left onto 国道125号線
    0.1 mi
    79. Turn right onto 県道24号線
    0.6 mi
    80. Turn left at 千束町(交差点) onto 国道354号線
    2.0 mi
    81. Turn right at 中村陸橋下(交差点) to stay on 国道354号線
    1.0 mi
    82. Take the ramp to 常磐自動車道
    Toll road
    0.3 mi
    83. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for 東京 and merge onto 常磐自動車道
    Toll road
    23.8 mi
    84. Take exit 三郷JCT on the right toward 首都高・銀座・湾岸線
    Toll road
    0.7 mi
    85. Merge onto 首都高速6号三郷線
    Toll road
    5.8 mi
    86. Take exit 小菅JCT toward 湾岸線・銀座
    Toll road
    0.3 mi
    87. Merge onto 首都高速中央環状線
    Toll road
    0.4 mi
    88. Take exit 堀切JCT on the right toward 銀座
    Toll road
    0.3 mi
    89. Merge onto 首都高速6号向島線
    Toll road
    5.4 mi
    90. Take exit 江戸橋JCT on the right toward 神田橋・北池袋
    Toll road
    0.4 mi
    91. Merge onto 首都高速都心環状線
    Toll road
    3.8 mi
    92. Take exit 谷町JCT on the right toward 東名・渋谷
    Toll road
    0.3 mi
    93. Merge onto 首都高速3号渋谷線
    Toll road
    6.9 mi
    94. Continue onto 東名高速道路
    Toll road
    54.9 mi
    95. Take exit 御殿場JCT toward 新東名・静岡・名古屋
    Toll road
    1.3 mi
    96. Merge onto 新東名高速道路
    Toll road
    89.5 mi
    97. Take exit 浜松いなさJCT toward 新東名高速道路
    Toll road
    1.5 mi
    98. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for 東名・東京・名古屋 and merge onto 新東名高速道路
    Toll road
    8.0 mi
    99. Take exit 三ヶ日JCT on the right toward 東名・名古屋
    Toll road
    0.6 mi
    100. Merge onto 東名高速道路
    Toll road
    29.2 mi
    101. Take exit 豊田JCT toward 東海環状・伊勢湾岸道・豊田東出口・土岐JCT・四日市・新名神
    Toll road
    0.2 mi
    102. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for 伊勢湾岸道・四日市・新名神 and merge onto 伊勢湾岸自動車道
    Toll road
    19.8 mi
    103. Take the ramp onto 伊勢湾岸自動車道
    Toll road
    12.1 mi
    104. Take exit 四日市JCT on the right toward 東名阪道・大阪・伊勢道
    Toll road
    0.6 mi
    105. Merge onto 東名阪自動車道
    Toll road
    13.8 mi
    106. Take exit 亀山JCT toward 新名神・京都・大阪
    Toll road
    0.6 mi
    107. Merge onto 新名神高速道路
    Toll road
    30.9 mi
    108. Take exit 草津JCT toward 草津PA・名神・京滋・京都・大阪
    Toll road
    0.2 mi
    109. Take exit 草津PA on the right toward 名神
    Toll road
    0.5 mi
    110. Merge onto 名神高速道路
    Toll road
    44.2 mi
    111. Take exit 高速西宮IC on the right toward 阪神高速・神戸
    Toll road
    0.3 mi
    112. Merge onto 阪神高速3号神戸線
    Toll road
    15.3 mi
    113. Take exit 都市高月見山 on the right toward 姫路
    Toll road
    1.1 mi
    114. Merge onto 第二神明道路
    Toll road
    1.7 mi
    115. Take the ramp to 明石大橋・第二神明北線・徳島・山陽道・名谷出口
    Toll road
    0.1 mi
    116. Take exit 有料道路名谷IC toward 垂水ジャンクション・山陽道・徳島
    Toll road
    0.5 mi
    117. Merge onto 阪神高速5号湾岸線
    Toll road
    0.4 mi
    118. Take exit 垂水JCT toward 神戸淡路鳴門道・山陽道・徳島
    Toll road
    0.2 mi
    119. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for 神戸淡路鳴門道・淡路島・徳島 and merge onto 神戸淡路鳴門自動車道
    Toll road
    50.2 mi
    120. Take exit 有料道路鳴門IC on the right toward 高松道
    Toll road
    0.6 mi
    121. Merge onto 高松自動車道
    Toll road
    5.8 mi
    122. Take exit 高速板野IC toward 県道1号線
    Toll road
    0.4 mi
    123. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for 徳島・藍住・徳島道 and merge onto 県道1号線
    Partial toll road
    2.1 mi
    124. Slight right onto the ramp to 徳島自動車道
    Toll road
    476 ft
    125. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for 松山・高知 and merge onto 徳島自動車道
    Toll road
    53.5 mi
    126. Take exit 川之江東JCT toward 高知道・新宮・高知
    Toll road
    0.4 mi
    127. Merge onto 高知自動車道
    Toll road
    34.2 mi
    128. Take exit 高速高知IC toward 県道44号線
    Toll road
    0.4 mi
    129. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for 高知市街・高知城 and merge onto 県道44号線
    Partial toll road
    2.2 mi
    130. At 中宝永町(交差点), continue onto 土佐道路/国道56号線
    0.1 mi
    131. Continue straight to stay on 土佐道路/国道56号線
    0.8 mi
    132. Turn right onto 県道34号線
    Destination will be on the left
    0.2 mi

    Sanbashidori Itchome Station
    Kochi Prefecture
    Japan

    I am coming for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunari View Post


    I am coming for you.
    I totally forgot

    here's my yuubin bangou for where I live
    〒 780-8010

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kallisti View Post


    I totally forgot

    here's my yuubin bangou for where I live
    〒 780-8010
    Ahh fuck it. I cant understand any japanese shit. The world should speak english.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunari View Post

    Ahh fuck it. I cant understand any japanese shit. The world should speak english.
    Too bad most of the world doesn't speak english.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kallisti View Post


    Too bad most of the world doesn't speak english.
    But it's so simple. You wanna say hey, you say hey. In japanese its all complicated : ねえ The fuck is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunari View Post

    But it's so simple. You wanna say hey, you say hey. In japanese its all complicated : ねえ The fuck is that?
    What's so complicated about that? ねえ= Ne

    Japanese and any language that use characters are super simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kallisti View Post


    What's so complicated about that? ねえ= Ne

    Japanese and any language that use characters are super simple.
    English = 26 letters each has its own sounds that make a word.
    Japanese = To many characters to count and stands for ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunari View Post

    English = 26 letters each has its own sounds that make a word.
    Japanese = To many characters to count and stands for ??
    You realize that each chinese character is less of a letter and more of a word.

    And the characters are broken into smaller, simpler parts too, like English

    The word: Read

    English: Read. R+E+A+D
    Japanese:  言+士+冗


    ---------- Post added at 01:08 AM ---------- Previous post was at 01:07 AM ----------

    Too many? There are only around 2000 in general use

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunari View Post

    English = 26 letters each has its own sounds that make a word.
    Japanese = To many characters to count and stands for ??
    Exactly, they make a symbol for everything. What about Non-Existent words like Lunari? How the would you make that with a symbol, and nobody would understand it.
    I am the seer in the dark,
    the vagabond of yore,
    valediction.
    I am the sum of all your parts,
    and proprietor of all.
    A miasma,
    the conclusion,
    blackmonger of Inlé,
    valediction.
    Synapses fray,
    my form now vivid,
    as torpor sets and blood grows tepid.
    With every ounce of flesh now offered,
    I hold your corpse within my coffers.
    Knitted cells now split asunder,
    stand alongside me brother.
    Take your place amongst my Owsla,
    we march at dawn now and forever.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aborted View Post

    Exactly, they make a symbol for everything. What about Non-Existent words like Lunari? How the would you make that with a symbol, and nobody would understand it.
    We have an alphabet too

    Lunari = Lu Na Ri
    ルナリ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kallisti View Post


    You realize that each chinese character is less of a letter and more of a word.

    And the characters are broken into smaller, simpler parts too, like English

    The word: Read

    English: Read. R+E+A+D
    Japanese:  言+士+冗


    ---------- Post added at 01:08 AM ---------- Previous post was at 01:07 AM ----------

    Too many? There are only around 2000 in general use
    Each symbol is a word. What about new and non-existant words?
    I am the seer in the dark,
    the vagabond of yore,
    valediction.
    I am the sum of all your parts,
    and proprietor of all.
    A miasma,
    the conclusion,
    blackmonger of Inlé,
    valediction.
    Synapses fray,
    my form now vivid,
    as torpor sets and blood grows tepid.
    With every ounce of flesh now offered,
    I hold your corpse within my coffers.
    Knitted cells now split asunder,
    stand alongside me brother.
    Take your place amongst my Owsla,
    we march at dawn now and forever.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aborted View Post

    Each symbol is a word. What about new and non-existant words?
    We have an alphabet for native japanese words and an alphabet for foreign words.

    Also, you can make character compounds based off their meanings for new words too

    Telephone = 電話
    電(Electricity)話(speak)


    Last edited by Auxilium; 03-30-2013 at 02:13 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kallisti View Post


    We have an alphabet too

    Lunari = Lu Na Ri
    ルナリ
    So some are words and some are letters?
    Hi Kallisti, h o w are you d o i n g t o d a y, mighty fine w e a t h e r huh?
    I am the seer in the dark,
    the vagabond of yore,
    valediction.
    I am the sum of all your parts,
    and proprietor of all.
    A miasma,
    the conclusion,
    blackmonger of Inlé,
    valediction.
    Synapses fray,
    my form now vivid,
    as torpor sets and blood grows tepid.
    With every ounce of flesh now offered,
    I hold your corpse within my coffers.
    Knitted cells now split asunder,
    stand alongside me brother.
    Take your place amongst my Owsla,
    we march at dawn now and forever.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aborted View Post

    So some are words and some are letters?
    Hi Kallisti, h o w are you d o i n g t o d a y, mighty fine w e a t h e r huh?
    We have 3 writing systems.

    1 is Kanji, Chinese characters, each represent a meaning, so essentially a word
    2 is Hiragana, which is used for stuff like function words, verb endings and japanese words that have no kanji for it
    3 is Katakana, which is used mostly for foreign words like names and such

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aborted View Post

    Exactly, they make a symbol for everything. What about Non-Existent words like Lunari? How the would you make that with a symbol, and nobody would understand it.
    Thank you. @Kallisti 2,000 not that much? Yeah, gtfo.

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