30 Tokyo, Japan
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My self-summary
Bookish, musical, hopefully quite funny guy from the south of England. I live and work in central Tokyo. Prior to this, I lived in Seoul.
There are not many OKStupid users around these parts but I'll keep it open on the off chance.

I'm really passionate and opinionated about so many things... music, literature, food, cinema, architecture, politics, philosophy. Life is all about cultural experiences, as far as I'm concerned. We don't need to have "matching" interests as long as you've got your own independent opinions and you're inquisitive and reflexive... (ie., don't tell me you just love shopping and Taylor Swift!). I go for girls with sexy minds.

Let's travel!
What I’m doing with my life
I work making published textbooks for a language company. Plus teaching guitar and bass lessons here and there.
Sort of want to start a restaurant.
I’m really good at
Cooking Thai green curry, giving massages, and slipping unnecessarily obscure words into a conversation.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Seriously into music. Everything from alternative rock and post punk, to electronic and ambient, from jazz to hip hop, classical to world.

I read a lot. As much as the feel of a real book is preferable, I love my Kindle when in Japan or travelling. Fiction, philosophy, history, science, sociology, travel guides; lots and lots.

Films: Don't know where to start, again, but The Graduate and Lost in Translation are two of personal significance.
The six things I could never do without
Tea, wine, Asian food, gym, guitar, internet.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Love, sex, food, drink. The big four.
On a typical Friday night I am
At a pub somewhere in Tokyo or at at the gym/jogging.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Dare you to ask me anything! Go on!
You should message me if
.. you're interested/ing.
If you're travelling around Tokyo I supposed I could be quite a good guide.