My life, stories and shenanigans from Japan

Info/Contact

This is all kind of basic, general rules and stuff. Not all that exciting.

BIG NOTE: I appreciate your comments. They are what keep me going. Comment away, comment away, comment away. I love hearing people’s responses. When you comment, it makes me happy. Even if you aren’t saying anything all that important

GENERAL RULES

  • This is my blog. I put a lot of work into it, so please don’t steal anything from it. If you’d like to use anything you see on the site, either send me an e-mail (Look below on how to contact me) asking for my permission or link what you use back to my blog. That includes my videos and pictures.
  • While your free to voice your opinion, please keep your replies non-offensive. I believe in free speech, but I also believe in the free speech and thoughts and beliefs of others.
  • All spam posts are automatically deleted.

GENERAL STUFF

  • I’m doing this blog for fun. I’m not getting paid or am obligated to do anything on this website.
  • I do not share the same opinions (necessarily) as anyone who comments on my blog.
  • This blog every now and then uses Japanese text. If you see little boxes where text should be, it means your computer either doesn’t have Japanese text downloaded or it doesn’t support Japanese text. Refer to your computer manual (or Google) for info on how to fix that. I’m kind of bad with computers, so I’m afraid I can’t really help you.
  • Umm I feel like I’m forgetting something. If I remember I’ll get back to editing this page

CONTACTING ME

  • To contact me, either send me an email at

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(Public e-mail.E-mail is in an image for phishing protection)

  • Or either post on one of my blog posts or on one of my videos from any of the sources.
  • I’ll reply to e-mails as soon as possible (I am busy – I can’t guarantee I’ll reply right away!). Feel free to contact me about anything.
  • Also, I’m more than willing to add your Japan related blog to my blogroll. Just send me an e-mail.
  • I’m more than willing to send you high quality versions of any pictures I take. Just ask
  • You may also contact me about advertising on my website. The thing is I don’t necessarily know how to add ads (no pun intended) to my site. I just like money :)
  • I don’t care if I make spelling/grammar mistakes. Don’t contact me about them. I’ll try my best to use spellcheck
  • All spam is automatically deleted.

Creative Commons License

Colin in Japan by Colin in Japan is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.

Based on a work at colininjapan.com.

Creative Commons License

Colin in Japan by Colin in Japan is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-No Derivative Works 2.1 Japan License.

Based on a work at colininjapan.com.

Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at http://colininjapan.com.

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Comments on: "Info/Contact" (10)

  1. You should introduce yourself on this page.
    People want to know who you are, what you like, where your from and so on.
    :)

  2. I’m going to make a formal introduction as soon as I officially begin to blog. Which will be pretty soon for some of the pre-departure vlogs. :)

  3. risaijapan said:

    You’ve made this a huge thing now colin! xD You sure you can follow-up?

  4. Yeah I think I can follow up. I just havn’t entirely been in a make-vlogs kind of mood of late. Mostly because I’ve never made one before. Though I can generally keep things up to date internet-wise in all of about 30 minutes of less

  5. DUDE!! i am totally gonna use your site to see what Japan looks like … well the part you’ll be in anyways. So the second u start blogging and having a live feed I totally wanna kno!!

    What’s the time difference between Japan and MN?

  6. ok so the pic that showed up for me is rlly funny~

  7. You look like a brown grape :)

    And it’s a…14 hour difference. or something like that

  8. colin somehow it’s not nihonnicorin, but it should be nihonnocorin. from my host mom who is a teacher. She is a real expert of japanese.

  9. Are you an author of HOW TO JAPAN?
    I want my British friends to read it before we are going to Japan at the end of this month. ( I have live in the UK for 12 years) However I can not find the book in Amazon uk? Why???
    I have a mate in NHK publish house. I should complaint about that?! It would be great for Britz to read it, I think….What do you think?

  10. Thanks for writing this great blog I really enjoyed.

    Greetings from Tim. :)

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