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  • hell, everybody Greetings from Fukuoka.

  • This is a small town near the interchange.

  • Came here about an hour ago.

  • We'll see what the name of the town is again through about an hour ago by train from Fukuoka to the station of ready for this Chode Joe, John Gruber.

  • And I'm walking towards the interchange now to get a ride going towards the island.

  • I'm leaving to shoot.

  • It's been real Kyushu, but decided to move on.

  • Now I've got the marker and the cardboard and I'm gonna be writing, um, be riding the destination for the next place on the cardboard and then walk up to the interchange.

  • But a lot of questions of why I'm doing this.

  • I'm actually making a movie about this.

  • You can buy the movie on Kickstarter and the Kickstarter was approved just yesterday.

  • Thank you, Kickstarter.

  • So you can buy a downloadable DVD where you could buy a collector's box set of this DVD.

  • As I make my way up to Hokkaido, the stories were racking up.

  • I just walked into who'd own shop coming out of the station.

  • Never didn't never heard of this union shop sign was upside down, so I thought that was interesting.

  • I stopped in.

  • There was a foreigner making the don the family.

  • It's a family run business, and I guess he's living with them.

  • He was.

  • He made the you don't.

  • And then he left.

  • I couldn't find him, but very interesting in coach about, er there's a guy making boudin with the Japanese family, uh, a big smile on his face.

  • And he was making it, too.

  • Um, yeah.

  • So all of these all of these videos will be put into a better video.

  • These are it's not just live streams, okay?

  • The live streams are great because I can bring you the story right now live from the highway as it happens, But this time there is a Kickstarter link.

  • I'm gonna add the link to this at the end before I go to the interchange.

  • I'm in front in front of the Lawson's in front of the Lawson's now, and I'm going Thio.

  • Oh, go, go, go, go, go, go, go.

  • What?

  • Uh huh.

  • Let's got it.

  • Uh huh.

  • I guess whenever anybody's holding like a selfie stick video talking to camera that people are pretty curious.

  • Lawson's behind me.

  • There.

  • Um, the highway's 30 minutes away.

  • It's one about 1 30 Almost, too.

  • I'm going to start to write on the cardboard instead of showing you the hitchhiking in my failure for 40 minutes.

  • I'll just show you the writing of the cardboard.

  • Why do I pick cardboard number one?

  • It's big number two.

  • It's right.

  • Number three.

  • It's free.

  • Number four.

  • It's available on every convenience store.

  • Cardboard.

  • Gotta love it.

  • So I'm gonna write down the next location.

  • Yeah.

  • No, I'm not entirely sure where I'm going.

  • Holy crap.

  • I just ride on my face.

  • Oh, dude, this sucks.

  • Well, that that's permanent marker.

  • Holy crap.

  • No one's gonna pick me up.

  • They're gonna think I have, like, sort of sort of disease.

  • Didn't go away.

  • No way it is.

  • Okay.

  • Bad shave jobs.

  • So what?

  • It just commented.

  • Bad Saja yet?

  • Uh huh.

  • That should be all right.

  • Yeah.

  • I closed the market for for safety reasons.

  • Kickstarter project.

  • Uh, it's it's a weighted thio to make some money for the trip.

  • And it's also wait to give you something from the road, but the camera's over here to give you something from the road.

  • I want to share this experience with you and you're gonna see why in the first episode that should go up tonight or tomorrow.

  • I've finished editing it and it, um it's hard to read it on the road.

  • I'm sorry.

  • Aboutthe length.

  • That's why I could do these live streams.

  • I get something to you right away.

  • That's cool.

  • So I'm gonna turn this stick down and pray My the wind doesn't see I'm I'm writing all over myself My hands Okay, my face Not too good.

  • All right.

  • So close.

  • I want to go eventually towards hitter Shima No writing writing hit Oshima on the cardboard It's something I'm gonna do But I think I should read Shimonoseki because I wanted I want to go to hit a ship because I know there's a great camping spot there And that's where I stayed when I hitchhiked in 2003.

  • But I want to go to Shimonoseki because I want to see the end of haunt you and appreciate that the island I'm about to hitchhike in and also because the cherry blossoms might be out.

  • And also because the food good food Who is famous?

  • There you go.

  • Is the Blowfish that's poisonous than kill you.

  • If it's not prepared by licensed chef who leaves the poison in there?

  • And, uh, Shimonoseki is very famous for So that's what I would eat for dinner.

  • I guess if I stayed there.

  • So I'm gonna write both Shimonoseki and hit Oshima.

  • And if the ride he picks me up is going towards Terashima, I'm skipping Shimonoseki, going straight.

  • It's exciting.

  • All right, Google.

  • So to make sure I write the conjure correctly, uh, she more No.

  • Okay.

  • I love Google.

  • Translate.

  • That's such right.

  • All right.

  • I mean, somebody just just back the Kickstarter project.

  • Thank you.

  • I got the notification right now.

  • How cool is that?

  • Well, you're watching.

  • I'm getting notifications of the people backing up the Kickstarter.

  • Thank you so much.

  • Um, Google translate.

  • I wanna write and she wants something big.

  • Hey, that's not what I'm saying.

  • That's it.

  • You want a sicky?

  • But now I want to write it in Japanese so I'll do English to Japanese.

  • I don't want having a good night.

  • Good day.

  • We are Go Nice.

  • That's what I gotta write Shimonoseki.

  • I can't mess this up.

  • This is the last piece of cardboard they hadn't Lawson's.

  • That was a good size.

  • All right, one second.

  • Um Okay.

  • Marker's dead.

  • Okay, Go.

  • Okay.

  • Pretty.

  • You gotta do it nice and pretty because people living in Shimonoseki, they they love their city.

  • They don't want to see it written on, you know, dirty Make it look nice and neat people.

  • Okay.

  • All right.

  • And then I'm gonna put in a row here for hit Oshima.

  • Now here.

  • Oshima is, uh, I used to live there.

  • I know this is a hard one, so he just he must going on the cardboard.

  • You guys are a fact of the Kickstarter.

  • I could see it popping up on the window.

  • Mr.

  • Von.

  • Thank you, Mr Von.

  • That's awesome.

  • Life time in Japan.

  • I'm seeing you guys helping me out.

  • I really appreciate that.

  • Hit Oshima just nice and small, just in case someone wants to take me there.

  • I'm gonna write a nice people, love.

  • She must heart.

  • This is hard.

  • I don't want to screw it up.

  • Uh uh.

  • Down.

  • Yama Done.

  • Okay.

  • Now I'm an artist with this, so I like to put yellow tape on it, so not a tape.

  • What do you think Yeah.

  • Look good, guys.

  • Okay.

  • You want a second?

  • More?

  • Oshima question is would you stop for me?

  • Would you stop for me and pick me up?

  • Would you?

  • I hope I'm so I'm so stoked for this.

  • Okay, It's 2:10 p.m. 2 10 PM I'm I'm on my way to the interchange.

  • It's a, uh, from here about 20 minute walk.

  • So I figure I'll get there before three.

  • Start hitchhiking.

  • These cars come in this way, I might as well hold up the sign while I'm walking, walking back And maybe, just maybe, someone is going to stop before even get there.

  • I I'm gonna sit here for, like, a couple minutes.

  • Well, I'm gonna sit here f