This was the night of Tenjin. I don’t honestly remember most of what happened during the day, since the days blur together here. However, I do remember the night party that one of the tutors led us to. So was also there, and it was nice to see him again.
Basically, we all crowded on a bus together and headed to Tenjin. If I thought the area near Rupo was crowded, I was quickly corrected; there were so many people in Tenjin. The buildings were stuffed together, towering over us. The night lights were gorgeous, though it was difficult to see through the crowd.
And so, it came to pass that night that the one called Jennie, founder of the Fukuoka Experience blog, experienced her first umeshu. The world has changed since then; no one knows how or why, but it has changed, and for the better.
Basically, I got drunk. If you want any more details, they’re considered at least slightly private, but feel free to message me on Facebook. Just know that everyone made it back home safely and securely, and no one did anything stupid.
Oh, and I ate chicken giblets.