2 comments on “Journeys In Japan: Billy The Kid Steak House Toyocho

  1. Awesome!!! Thank you for posting. Hopefully I can catch Kurata-san when I visit Japan this year. BTW, I think if anyone wants to ask for him, they should be saying “Kurata-san wa imasuka?”. “Arimasuka” is used when you are talking about an inanimate object, “imasuka” is for a person or living thing. I’m no Japanese expert and I’m just trying to learn Japanese in preparation for my trip to Japan and I just came across these terms. I thought it would help your readers. Cheers!

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