December 2, 2005
I have spent many years in Kyoto.
I was born in Kyoto and learned Japanese there. But it's not enough. Japanese is very difficult.
I had a lot of them in Japan. Because my daughters like it. But I don't have any in the United States.
My name is Akira Nakazawa. I am in San Diego on business. My hometown is Kyoto. I love Kyoto and San Diego.
Yo Akira-san, I heard it through the grapevine that you're back in San Diego...is that true?
Akira definitely has a great sense of humor. He made my first meetup very enjoyable. I enjoyed speaking about the old days in the Kansai area with him. He is definitely worth getting to know
There is not a more pleasant, fun gentleman than Akira. The United States has him on loan for a while, and we're hoping to keep him! He has an amazing temperament, infinite patience and does not stop smiling. What a wonderful person to have as an ambassador from across the seas.
Anyone who doesn't like Aki is someone I don't want to know.
Pretty good softball player but needs to "step on it!"
Watch out when he mixes Tequila and Sake...