Someone showed it to me this week. , ありがとう wikitravelers! 嬉しい！！！ Ojousama 03:17, 15 April 2008 (EDT)
Can someone look at this thing and see if it's guide material yet? I need a pat on the head or somethin.
Ojousama 22:00, 11 July 2007 (EDT)
Thanks again. Ojousama 07:55, 12 July 2007 (EDT)
It's what my brain is.
Ojousama 02:42, 10 July 2007 (EDT)
Oh, and for future generations, I only write this thing at work where there isn't much else to do, so since I'm getting the hell outta here, there's no garantee that it'll go anywhere father than where it stop on Thursday.
Want to write a novel? Become an English teacher in Japan. Sōseki: The First ALT! Ojousama 03:21, 9 July 2007 (EDT)
Tiddied up the Dōgo Onsen spiel, but the indent is still gone for the different baths. I wonder if it's the info blurb, but that's too cute to cut (assuming that's what it actually says...I don't like Dōgo enough to patronize and check myself).
Hotels were easy enough. Done. More or less. I'll have to add Hotel Okudōgo and my favorite Love Hotel, Nankai, but It's hard to comment on such things when you live there... Haha, UNLESS you are talking about only Love Hotels...
Added actual crap you should buy under Buy, but "sadly", I'm not sure if I can write info for shops to buy them. It's probably not necessary because of the proliferation of such...crap. :D Granted, the Hime Daruma are darling.
I DREAD doing Eat because I can think of so many places AND that's the other major section I lost a lot of writing on. I threw away my notes, too. f'in piece of sh!t usb drive... I'm almost certain I can just find the info online, but I'd still have to interview staff for some of the info... Can I wing it? Hmmm...
Ojousama 03:16, 9 July 2007 (EDT)
Ojousama 00:50, 5 July 2007 (EDT)
I'd like to make sub headings under the Do block, but they end up screwing with the rest of the page.... Bah. Ojousama 02:21, 5 July 2007 (EDT)
Links to Wikipedia
And who cares about that? "Usually" means just that. Usually. I guess this article will be UNusually convenient for the ignorant. Anyways, I suppose we'll just edit until one of us dies, because I rather like the idea that people who want to know more can simply click and not waste time searching and misspelling important names. Honestly. Why must someone want to take their boredom out at the same time on the same article?
Forgot about all this. Lonely Planet's a different kind of media... (although I guess you're refering to the website, which I don't use, so I don't know.) Besides, I didn't say I'd link to everything on wiki. If there's a useful page and I find it, of course I'd link to it. Sadly, not many people care to write exclusively about these two (or I haven't found viable online sources). Bah, maybe one day... Ojousama 02:57, 9 July 2007 (EDT)
Perhaps that'd be true, if I were to not put info in the following sections. But I did and that's the thing: the Understand part is just a primer, so that's why I didn't see the issue for a link (unless the problem is just that it was a wiki page, to which I respond with *shrug*). If I wrote a novel about a novelist there'd be little to put in the See and Do but addresses and directions. I both linked and explained, but whatever. :p I'm the idiot slaving over this crap. And for what? I don't even use wikitravel.... (and I was feeling quite 'get the hell outta my face' then, so ignore the tone.) Ojousama 02:57, 9 July 2007 (EDT)
No, it's not how we name things. Please see Wikitravel:Article naming conventions. Basically, the Matsuyama in Ehime is way better known than the rest, so it gets "Matsuyama" and the rest are "Matsuyama (wherever)". Jpatokal 02:18, 31 May 2007 (EDT)
The point was getting rid of the needless disambiguation. Thanks for taking such an interest. I suppose. As long as people can use it. (Ojousama said that.)
Really nice read. Good work on this article :) Jamboo 18:02, 7 April 2008 (EDT)