Remember The Japanese Guy Who Picks Up Garbage In Baguio City? This Is His Life In Japan.


Remember The Japanese Guy Who Picks Up Garbage In Baguio City? This Is His Life In Japan.

He was once featured and went viral when he was in the Philippines, where he was seen collecting garbage daily at several places in Baguio City. He is also a student who volunteered to paint an overpass. He is a Japanese or an alien who has concern in the Philippines and wants to maintain the cleanliness of our area. Where is he now and how is he?

On my family's trip to Japan, major part of the trip is to try and taste their local food. There is a place we always go through as if something pulls us in to go in and eat. There is only one person inside that he cooks and serves your food. While we are eating the food, he suddenly asked, "from the Philippines?" At the same time we answered "Yes, we are Filipino". He smiled and answered, "I Love Philippines!" pointing to his Philippine flag tattoo on his arm. He also said that he stayed in the Philippines for three years to learn how to speak english. He loved the people in Baguio so he loved them too. In our interview, he showed us a video where he  was picking up and cleaning the garbage. We were surprised and excited because he was the foreigner I saw on GMA News TV, GMA 24 Oras and Facebook. I was one of those who admired him when I watched that news to see a foreigner who was devoted and love the Philippines.

So we told him that as a thank you I will post his diner in Shinjuku, Japan on social media. For travelers or tourists in Tokyo, Japan, try to dropby and eat at his place. It's delicious, especially his Udon Noodles. And it's even more fun as you get to know how much we love our country.

He is Masakazu Nose, a Japanese who put a tattoo on his arms indicating that "Philippines is my second home" when you read it backwards.

Minsan na syang nabalita at nagviral noong kasalukuyang narito sya sa Pilipinas kung saan nakikita siyang araw araw na namumulot ng mga basura sa ilang lugar sa Baguio City. Siya rin ang estudyanteng nagboluntaryong nagpintura ng overpass duon. Siya ay isang hapones o isang dayuhan na may malasakit sa Pilipinas at gustong mapanatili ang kalinisan ng ating lugar. Nasaan na siya ngayon at kamusta na kaya siya? 
Sa pagbabakasyon ng aking pamilya sa bansang Japan, malaking parte ang subukan at tikman ang kanilang mga lokal na pagkain. May isang lugar na lagi naming dinadaanan na tila may humihila sa amin na duon pumasok at kumain. May isang tao lang sa loob na sya ang nagluluto at nagsiserve ng order mong pagkain. Habang nilalasap namin ang aming kinakain ay bigla syang nagtanong, "from the Philippines?" Sabay sabay kaming sumagot ng "Yes, we are Filipino". Biglang gumanda lalo ang kanyang ngiti sabay sabing, " I Love Philippines!" sabay turo sa Phil. flag na tattoo sa kanyang braso. Naikwento nya na nanatili sya ng tatlong taon sa Pinas para mag aral ng salitang English. Minahal siya ng mga tao sa Baguio kaya napamahal na rin sa kanya. Sa aming pagkwekwentuhan ay may ipinakita siya sa amin na video kung saan may taong namumulot at naglilinis ng mga basura. Nagulat at natuwa kami dahil siya pala ang banyagang iyon na napanood ko dati sa GMA News TV, GMA 24 Oras at Facebook. Isa ako sa mga humanga sa kanya nang napanood ko dati ang balitang iyon na makita ang isang dayuhan na may malasakit at pagmamahal sa Pilipinas. 
Kaya sabi namin sa kaniya na bilang pasasalamat ay ipopost ko dito sa FB ang kaniyang kainan sa Shinjuku, Japan. Para sa mga magbabyahe o bakasyon sa Tokyo, Japan, subukan nyo ring dayuhin at kumain sa kanyang pwesto. Masasarap ang mga luto nya lalo na ang Udon Noodles. At lalo pang sumasarap habang kinekwentuhan ka nya kung gaano nya kamahal ang ating bansa. 
Siya ay si Masakazu Nose, ang hapones na sa kanyang pagkagiliw sa Pinas ay nagpatattoo sa braso na kapag pabaligtad mong babasahin ay nagsasabing , "Philippines is my second home". 
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Remember The Japanese Guy Who Picks Up Garbage In Baguio City? This Is His Life In Japan. Remember The Japanese Guy Who Picks Up Garbage In Baguio City? This Is His Life In Japan. Reviewed by Tunying on November 21, 2017 Rating: 5

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