What’s going on? Robert, is this your birthday or something? Everyone is being so nice to you today~!
How are you guys? I’m still pretty quiet, I know. Next few scenes are kind of tricky and figuring out the right dialogue or panels takes a lot of time. I walk outside a lot too, because it’s already autumn here in Tokyo and leaves are very beautiful! And yes, I know most of you were celebrating turkeys and shop-fights but I don’t take part in any of that so no thanksgiving-related special comic from me, sorry~! I still hope you enjoyed your holidays and had a good rest (‘∀’●)♡
In the nearest future since I really want to focus on sketching the next scene. I’ll most likely be posting some teasers on Patreon so stay tuned! This will probably be the most important scene for Ada and Robert in this chapter heh. But you’ll see it in…. two months, I think? I hope you guys won’t stop reading by then haha~! Apart from that, I plan to go back to writing, I have a finished, half-edited novel waiting for my mercy and I want to be done with it. So cross your fingers for me please, so that I find the strength and time to actually be creative after work. It’s going to be a bit stressful in the coming weeks too, as my fiancee is going to start working in December. My little sister is also interviewing right now.
And! Before I get to the weekly info-dump about Japan I want to use this space to write some birthday wishes for my awesome childhood friend! Kitty-chan…! (she’s gonna get so angry at me for this hehehehehe~) …ek-hem! Kitty-chan – all the best for you and may your new job be super awesome and your life full of fluffy kittens and may you come to Japan next year! I love you! \(-ㅂ-)/ ♥ ♥ ♥ I know you read this! \(-ㅂ-)/ ♥ ♥ ♥
Now for the weekly Japan-related stuff….! :’D
LIFE IN JAPAN CORNER #3
I don’t have much time (I need to go to sleep heh…) but I wanted to share with you guys this monster of a bridge: the Rainbow Bridge. It connects Tokyo to Odaiba, which is an artificial island. Odaiba is very interesting and definitely worth going to but not many pay attention to the bridge itself. It’s huge and very long (800 meters, Wikipedia claims) and there is a monorail on top which you can ride to quickly get to the other side. But! The bridge can be actually crossed on foot during the day (it’s closed during the night) and offers spectacular views to those who are not afraid of the constant rumble of passing cars. I know, I’m bad at advertising, but that’s the truth… Not the most pleasant walk in the world, I admit, but I still like to do it from time to time as it offers very unique views of the bay and Odaiba itself. That’s one of the many photos I took during the stroll:
Cool, right? It looks great at night too and it’s illuminated thanks to the solar energy it stores during the day. Why Rainbow bridge? Hell if I know, apparently that’s the name public gave it, maybe because it glows with different colors during the night. And one funny thing – it’s usually crossed on foot only by runners and… people who want to take their bicycle to the other side. You can’t take a bicycle on the monorail train so that’s the only option. Unfortunately, you are not allowed to ride a bicycle on the bridge either so at both bridge ends there’s a guard that will put a weird wooden thingy with wheels on your bicycle to make it impossible to actually ride it (you can still push it though).
And that’s it for this week! Thanks for reading Replay~! ♡