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post #1 of 13 Old May 12th, 2007, 7:10 am Thread Starter
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Hello, All Japanese!

I've just found 4 Japanese members participating this community. Two of the members seems to register here in just early this May.

Hi folks in Japan,
Could you please give me some reply if you can find the message?

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post #2 of 13 Old May 12th, 2007, 3:29 pm
 
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Nihon go ga hanasemasuka?

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post #3 of 13 Old May 14th, 2007, 8:25 am Thread Starter
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Hi Darren,

Mochiron, watashi wa Nihon go wo hanasemasu, Nihon jin desukara!
(Of cource, I can speak Japanese because I am downright Japanese. )

Anata mo Nihon go wo hanaserunodesuka?

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I think most of Japanese don't recognize Japan belongs to the Asia-Pacific region.

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歓迎 Welcome! Howdy from Texas. Lived in Yaminashi Pref. for a while, I was working for Nipon Seimitsu Kogyo (Nisca). Great twisty roads in Japan, very few straight ones (so desu ne, or down south do you say so desu ka)? I don't think there has ever been a Japanese contingent at the CCR you could be the first.

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post #7 of 13 Old May 20th, 2007, 1:52 am Thread Starter
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Hi Bo,

I strongly recommend you should be naturalized in Japan if you really love a ride with grinding foot pedals of your bikes.
If our country could be connected to the US with freeways, I would appreciate it...

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Agreed, Japan is beautiful. I almost didn't leave in fact!
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In Japan, the BMW Motorrad bikermeeting will be held on 4th-5th of Aug. in Hakuba, Nagano. This annual party seems to be similar to the CCR on the states.
About one thousand of beemers got togther in Hakuba last summer. Some Korean beemers also came to the meeting across the sea and joined in the festive party.

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Wow, sounds like a good time!

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The photos are some scenes of the 2007 BMW Bikermeeting in Hakuba, Japan. I had a great time.
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The photos are some scenes of the 2007 BMW Bikermeeting in Hakuba, Japan. I had a great time.
Thanks!
Thanks for the photos very cool

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The photos are some scenes of the 2007 BMW Bikermeeting in Hakuba, Japan. I had a great time.
Thanks!
Wow! That is amazing, to see so many LTs in Japan. The few times I have been in Japan (unfortunately, only the Toyko area) I saw few non Japanese made vehicles, auto or motorcycle.

I would love to make it back some day and see other than the Tokyo area. Not that Tokyo is not fun in interesting, but I would love to get out into the rural areas. Pictures I see, including yours, are very nice.

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