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04-06-2005, 10:13 AM #35
Originally Posted by FEND.
04-06-2005, 11:43 AM #36
Originally Posted by seven
I hope that I have a chance to play mix doubles with MarkinJapan .
If he wants it.
Do you know Japanese in BF? I have never met
I want to say hello. How do I know them?
Now I am in Osaka and staying at my parents house with my son.
I'll go back to Tokyo tomorrow and go to the Yonex Open with my son.
I want to buy some Yonex T-shirts because they don't shrink in the wash
04-06-2005, 11:58 AM #37Originally Posted by Miyuki
Glad to hear that you will be going to watch the Japan Open. Keep us posted about your experience at the Open, your favourite players, any memorable matches and some of the products on offer at the Yonex stand.
Have a safe and pleasant trip.
04-06-2005, 01:37 PM #38
Oh, and take some pictures too, if you have time
04-06-2005, 02:57 PM #39
Welcome to badmintonforum..
I live in Sweden, but visit Tokyo one or a few times a year (spend most of my time in Akihabara though buying electronics :-) )
Is it many places in the Tokyo area where badminton can be played? Is club membership usually required?
P.S. Do you follow the Yonex Tokyo Open badminton tournament right now? D.S.
Last edited by twobeer; 04-06-2005 at 03:02 PM.
04-06-2005, 04:27 PM #40Originally Posted by Miyuki
have fun at the yonex open!
04-06-2005, 08:27 PM #41Originally Posted by Miyuki
"anatolii"'s actually my pen name. it means "from the east" . .. i've momentarily forgotten what my Real name means . when i remember/find it out, i could pm you.. since you're interested.
YAY, someone's offered to do a write-up on the matches that she'll be seeing at the YJO . have a nice time there, miyuki.
04-07-2005, 05:25 AM #42
Hajimemashite yorosiku onegaishimasu.
Mela de gozaimasu.
Hope you enjoy your stay.
04-07-2005, 07:10 AM #43
Originally Posted by johnps
Yes, I 'll write here about my experience in Yonex Open Japan
I come back to my house from Osaka. It takes 3 hours from my parent's house in Osaka to my house in Tokyo I need a good sleep for tomorrow
04-07-2005, 07:49 AM #44
Do you decide a plan to come to Tokyo next time?
I help you to find a club to play badminton.
Ofcourse you can join our club
There are many badminotn club in Tokyo. you can play it in almost clubs as a visitor.
If you are lucky, there are some tounaments which you join
Do you want to join?
Originally Posted by twobeer
But I'll go to see Yonex Open tomorrow
By the way, what does it mean D.S.?
If you have some time, please tell me the meaning.
04-07-2005, 08:03 AM #45Originally Posted by Anatolii
You've forgotten O.K. PM me when you find
I'll give a update about Yonex Open Japan if I remember that I see the games.
I know all game is wonderful, but I don't explain how wonderful their tecnics
04-07-2005, 08:10 AM #46Originally Posted by Miyuki
My plan is to go next time sometime in may/june.. have not booked yet? Would have loved to go to this weekend, to watch the yonex open, but have to go work in Houston/Texas and do some serious golfing at Palm beach :-) next week, so it didn't fit the schedule :-(
The D.S. (actully it would be more correct with DS. ) stands for "The Same" (Densamma in Swedish), I'm not sure if this is used commonplace worldwide, but the history behind it is that if you write for example:
Text text text
PS. Text text text..
You have not "signed" the text in the PS. only the main text.. so DS. is short for "the same", meaning the same signature used on the PS. as main (signed) text...
So You write DS instead of signing it once more...
Hope that explains it :-)
04-07-2005, 08:16 AM #47Originally Posted by sessyargc
Did you learn Japanese?
I think you use Japanese in Business becouse your Japanese is polite.
If you talk or learn more in Japanese , PM me in English or Japanese.
I'll help you as possible
04-07-2005, 12:20 PM #48
Konbanwa, Miyuki-san, (TRANS: Good evening, Miyuki-san)
I studied basic Japanese but I stopped my studies since I'm too busy with work. I also lived in Japan for 2 years (1998-2001) but that was the time when I was still not playing badminton. If I was already playing by that time I would've bought tons of badminton stuff in Japan. I haven't visited Japan for 4 years now. I miss Japan.
Yes I do use Japanese mainly for bussiness as I'm employed by a multinational Japanese company that produces cameras, lenses, printers, photocopiers and some medical equipment.
Oyasumi (TRANS: Goodnight)
04-14-2005, 11:41 PM #49
It seems that all the Japanese girls that I have come across plays very decent badminton. I know of two Aki(s) that will probably outplay a lot of guys, me included. Enjoy your stay, keep posting and happy badminton.
04-15-2005, 12:49 AM #50
How was your business trip and a serious golf?
By the way, did you decide to schedule about your coming to Japan?
I know a man who comes from Sweden, so if you come to our club, I introduce him to you.
04-15-2005, 12:59 AM #51
Thank you for your warm welcome.
Your Japanese female friends are high level player, aren't you?
Are they in Canada? I want to play with them.
I want to play with high level player in usual training.
I have played badmionton near my house for 2months, but I have no chance to play with high level female players.