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Hello, Manmaru! Welcome to Wikitravel.

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Since you are an active Wikipedia user, you might want to have a look at Wikitravel:Welcome,_Wikipedians as well. And hey, it's nice to see another American in Japan. Perhaps there are some things you and I can collaborate on. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to hit up my talk page. Cheers! Texugo 01:31, 16 March 2010 (EDT)

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Hey, thanks a lot-- I'm glad that article is getting some use. And actually I've been surprised how many people I've met here using that article. By the way, I saw you live in Suzuka, and as we had no article, I started an outline. I don't know much about that area, but if you have some recommendations... Texugo 10:41, 17 March 2010 (EDT)

Good call, yea living in Suzuka and all I'll be putting up some stuff for travelers - probably at least 90% of people traveling here are coming for the Curcuit so I'll make sure that's covered well. I could write in-depth about pretty much anywhere in Mie, and done a good bit of traveling west of Osaka. As far as Mie-ken is concerned, most people traveling here are coming for Ise Shrine so Ise is really the most important article...which is fine with me as I lived there for two years and consider it my "Japanese hometown". It's got some good info in it already, but I'll definitely be showing a lot of love to the Ise article :)

Up your alley?[edit]

Hey there. Just stumbled across the article Off the beaten track in Japan, and was reminded of you. It could probably use some of your expertise... Texugo 11:41, 18 March 2010 (EDT)

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