It's a pretty narrow room, and the first time I walked in I felt like I was in a tunnel!
A small closet by my door for shoes and other miscellaneous items
My little washer. I couldn't figure out how to use it, but when one of the ladies who works here came up to help me we realized my water pipe for it wasn't on. Good one Taylor, real smart.
My little toilet room. Literally the smallest room ever!
Shower area. I am still getting used to the fact that you don't have to stand in the tub to shower. Every time I get in I feel like I'm going to flood the room if I don't stand in the tub!
Sink area. It's so nice to have this in my room!
My bed! It's pretty hard, but since I don't think I have moved at all the past few nights I would say it is very nice.
Desk and cupboard area.
I have this gigantic fridge! I don't really have anything to put in it, so right now it's only purpose is to hold all my decorations ^_^
The view from my room. Not the prettiest, but still pretty darn cool!
So there you have it, the tour of my room! My dad is right, it does only take about 4 steps to cover the whole place, but it is so nice I don't even care! I think I can definitely get used to sitting in my little room, drinking lemon tea,
and blogging about all my cool experiences!
Cheers to all my friends back in America! Especially the ones who gave me this cup, which is the only dish I own right now! See you next time with another Japanese adventure!
P.S. Sorry for the lack of instagram posts, I am still trying to figure out my cell phone!