Since arriving in Japan 4 years ago, we dreamed about recording a live album here in Tokyo in Japanese and English. The right moment came just last summer, and in a very short amount of time we decided to pull the trigger and record the album. This is a behind the scenes look at that recording.
We can’t wait for you to see these music videos — the first ones are coming out soon, so subscribe to our channel for the updates and check back soon! They will be posted on our bands’ channel, Diflen TV, but I will share them here too as well.
It’s the weekend, and that means it’s time for the next episode of LIFE IN JAPAN. In this episode, you can come along with us and see how we enjoy a weekend in Tokyo. From our first time riding bikes in Tachikawa at Showa Kinen Park 国営昭和記念公園 to our fun Sunday with friends from Paz in Omotesando, it was a full and fun weekend — time spent together as family and friends.
Our first week of our new YouTube channel LIFE IN JAPAN has been a great success! Thanks to everyone who watched and liked our videos and subscribed to our new channel. Every time you comment, every time you like or subscribe, you help our videos appear higher in searches when people come to YouTube or Google and type in “Family, Japan, Tokyo, American” and many other combinations of keywords. So… Thank You!! Every minute watched helps us reach even more, and we want to reach all of Japan with the joy and love of Jesus!
Ever wonder what life is like for Americans living in Tokyo? What are our homes like? What are our lifestyles like? What do our kids do? How do we enjoy life in Japan? Is our lifestyle anything like yours? Well no need to wonder any longer, because we are launching a new series of videos focused on American life in the greater Tokyo area. Come along with us and enjoy the ride as our family of six does Life in Japan.
In this first episode, visit our Japanese home — a home that has been modified to fit our needs. We love it here, even if it is completely different than any of our other homes we’ve lived in. Sure, you need to take off your shoes in the entry way, and the toilets and hot water heaters are automated and talk to you, but that’s part of the charm. If you get thirsty, you can can easily pick up something to drink as you head out.
In future episodes we will be showing our typical day (with 4 kids going in all different directions, it’s quite a blur), our typical weekends, getting around in cars and trains and on foot, Japanese stores and interesting quirks of pseudo American/Japanese living. Subscribe to our mailing list to get our news as it comes out.