Tuesday, August 02, 2005


roof my dear

We went to Plop offices to retrieve some luggages that we'd sent from france (some 40kgs of CDs, tshirts and sweaters...). We met all those nice people, Masami and all, had lunch with them, said hello to "ONTONSON" and "HEADZ" office people and then we got on the roof of the building and had fun playing music and stupid dancing with Lozi, Yoyo Jiji and Kobayashi-san and also David Marx...
Saw this amazing bronze statue of what looks like a typical Shibuya teen in the heart of Shibuya...
Also saw an indication sign in the metro written with a Shoboshobo font.
Then back home to Yahiro Factory (they call the place Highti) and worked hard till very late at night to prepare next day's first Shoboshobo Bustour presentation / Active suspension's live. The Highti people were playing playstation all the while.

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