“Finally, if you find yourself in Atlanta lost or confused about all the Peachtree places, Spurgeon Richardson, head of the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau, has this advice: ‘The people down here are very nice and friendly and would be happy to give you directions.’”
Ha ha ha ha ha hoo hoo hee hee heeeee ohshit that was a good one. Seriously, any J-peeps asking for directions will discover one of two things – nobody living in Atlanta actually comes from here and will be just as disoriented (ha!) as them (although they won’t learn that until they try to follow some of the directions), and the odds of finding a person in Atlanta who speaks Japanese are roughly equal to that of winning the state lottery by sacrificing a hamster to Odin. However, if they speak Spanish, they should be okay. I’m sure Spanish is as widely spoken in Japan as it is in the US.
One service not mentioned in the article is that there is a free hostel open to any Japanese women between the ages of 12 and 60, the entrance of which is conveniently located in my
Side note – for a real cultural clash, try the Taco Bell Taco Fu game.