Rémi in Japan, a.k.a. @edojin & @remikodayo. I like acting, writing, and doing narration, but all people talk about with me is how to make Web sites.
Going to a BBQ with my wife's friends at a trout farm found in the mountains of western Tokyo was a nice escape last weekend.
I was walking to go get dinner yesterday evening when I suddenly heading a swooshing sound.
As weird as it may be, it reminded me of KITT’s scanner in “Knight Rider.” I thought the coincidence was too out of place; I must have been hallucinating.
But I looked next to me… I couldn't believe it! A van made to look, and sound, like KITT!
I’ve seen it before, but it was too quick for me to take a photo. All I could get this time was a short loop, but it was worth it.
Bumped in this stormstrooper travelling the world yesterday.
Canadian male narrator in Tokyo. If you need a voice for your commercial or promotional video, contact me via Instagram or remino.net.
The monorail and the skyscrapers of the night in Tamachi.
New business cards, for my artistic side, and for my Web developer side.
Waiting for the train, late at night, in the middle of a small town.
㊂ Check out what I've been these days, from writing and acting, to Web development and design, on my new portfolio at remino.net. (Link in bio.)
I always liked The Legend of Zelda, but never played it much. Yet, the vistas and the fun gameplay of Breath of the Wild captivated my attention for most of this weekend. Link has an odd reading position, but he can carry a sledgehammer, a bow, and many apples.