How to get good grades in Japan

By eating a bun that has the word ‘credits’ stamped on it, just in case you’re in risk of not having enough to graduate in the near future.

Japan Bread

単位 means credit, by the waykira kira

This post is kind of misleading. It’s not a useful how-to on acing your exams in school but just a personal post from me today, haha. It’s finals season in a lot of universities around Japan nowgirlFor the past week or two I’ve been studying for exams and staying up late to write essays (not so much because I’m hardworking as it is that I procrastinate during the day and binge-watch random YouTube videos instead).

This custard bread might not be useful, but it was entertaininghurhurThey were selling them at the school shop—seems like they have it at universities all over the country too! And on the nutrition facts label they listed the ingredient as brain powder, which I guess makes it sound more promising.

I generally spend my whole life in Japan appreciating their gimmicks.


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A university student in Tokyo who takes pictures and puts them on the Internet

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