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  • Thunder77
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    Welcome from Baltimore, MD!

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    Welcome from Wisconsin. Glad you could join us!

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  • Santamarina
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    Welcome from California! I had a great time in Japan in 1994 while on tour with my college choir. Spent the days singing all over the country, and the nights drinking sake!

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    Welcome from Western Massachusetts.

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    Welcome from Washington state

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  • tbahder1
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    I lived in the Akasaka district of Tokyo for five years. My wife and I came back to the US last August. I loved living in Akasaka. I had a stint Coleman grill on our 20th story apartment balcony. After four years the management told me that we cannot grill, probably because we played loud music on the balcony.

    I have been in Shinjuku many times. How can you have a 22” Weber in Shinjuku? Is it on ground level? Does anyone complain about the smoke? I know that Japanese people are generally not fond of smoked meats.

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    One of my favourite views from just up the street from my house. It's different every day.
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  • Al Pachinco
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    Thanks for the warm welcome everyone. I am trying out my new Meater thermometer tonight with 3 small chickens on the rotisserie. If I don't screw up I'll post some pics.

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  • Al Pachinco
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    I live in Shinjuku, close to the Okido gate of Shinjuku Gyoen, about 2km from Shinjuku station and about the same distance from the new Olympic stadium. It's a great area and you're right, it's a great place to live.

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    Welcome from Minnesota.

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  • Soonerpop
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    Hi and welcome from north Texas. Enjoy the Pit and have fun.

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    Welcome Aboard!

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  • Starsky
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    Welcome from Illinois. I'm looking forward to hearing how they do BBQ in Japan

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    Welcome from South Carolina!

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    We hope you choose to stay, and welcome from Wisconsin

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