33 • Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
Female / Single / ID: 496303
Seeking Male 23 - 28 living in Japan For: Friendship, Romance / Dating, Marriage
Cooking / Food and Wine, Dancing, Karaoke / Sing-along, Movies / Cinema, Reading
French, Japanese / Sushi
That's a tough one. My parents owned a movie store when I was a kid. But, I am very partial to movies like Willy Wonka, Hook, Pan's Labyrinth, and Iron Man.
Another tough one. Little Women, by Louisa May Alcott is probably my all-time favorite, and The Truth by Terry Pratchett is my current bedside standard.
I'll try anything once. Please don't ask me about balut, though, that stuff scares me. I'm only half-filipino!
Good old rock n' roll, and pop.
I like cute things - headbands with bows on them, stars, heart-shaped purses, etc. I wear business clothes most of the time, but my casual dress is usually jeans, boots, and a cute top with some earrings, a red heart-shaped purse, and a headband with a bow.
Mildly sarcastic with a healthy dose of goofy-ness. I make a lot of movie references, most of which will probably be lost on anyone who wasn't a kid in the US in the 80's and 90's.
I like to draw, write, and read. I received a degree in sequential art - that encompasses children's book illustration, storyboarding for animation and other media (like movies), and comic books. So I like to develop my own stories and illustrate them. :) I eventually want to start my own publishing company.
I've been to: Canada, England, France, and Guam
I would like to travel to: Egypt, Germany, Italy, and Israel
That sounds cool to me!
Somewhere nice and warm, doing a few fun things - like surfing (or surfing lessons; I'm not really that good at surfing), or snorkeling, maybe a short hike - then relaxing, and having something good to eat.
Goofy, sweet, energetic.
Someone who likes my cooking, is easily amused, and doesn't mind trying new things and going on adventures - even if it's just to the conveni in the middle of the night for a snack. I'd like to meet someone with positive energy; I believe that you can choose to put energy into the things that go wrong and being unhappy, or that you can turn that energy around and do something good with it. You don't have to be genki all the time (I'm certainly not) but there's no reason to be glum either.