Sauron-chan's Adventures

In Japan

Sure, it's a cute picture until you realize I'm right next to Mr. Tanuki's giant balls.

Ah, the drainage canal; an essential feature of rural Japan.

What this picture doesn't show is that Ariana walked away and left me there.

Working on a rice paddy is spine bending work. Luckily, I don't have a spine.

"What part of "Don't feed me to the snake!" do you not understand?"

I better have been worth more than a thousand yen.

Goodbye cruel, sakura-filled world.

I've got to get one of these for the backyard.

Welcome to Iwakuni military base.

Airfields make the best place for picnics and naps in the sun.

Your tax dollars at work.


Sunrise from over 3000 feet.

I understand my friends who carried me up here were quite tired at this point.

On the ten hour drive home from Mount Fuji.