maijess

maijess, Japan
  • Japan
  • Joined 11th Apr., 2010
  • Seen 1 day ago
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  • Not interested in direct swaps
  • Japanese
  • Female
  • 5th November

About maijess...

★I was shocked to hear the news of the fire at Notre Dame.
If you have a Notre Dame card, can you send it to me?

★About Direct swap; If you live in a country in Europe, Oceania or North America please give me a direct message:)

★If your card is expired, please contact me!!!

Hello,My name is Mai.
I'm 31 years old Japanese female and live in an apartment with my family.
I like watching Figure skating.I love Russian skaters especially Alina Zagitova(Pyeongchang Olympics gold medalist),Alena Kostornaya and Victoria Sinitsina&Nikita Katsalapov(ICE DANCE).
(I'm Japanese but I'm not really a fan of Japanese skaters...)

I like to see beautiful natures and landscapes.
Especially I love the landscape and view of North America,Europe and Oceania.
Postcrossing makes me feel like traveling all over the world.
I'm very fun to be able to see various world with postcards.

I'm interested in...
*Famous national parks around the world
*beautiful village,town,island,city,natures and beautiful castles in European countries
*UNESCO World Heritage Sites around the world
*Historic district and old town
And more I want to visit many other beautiful places and cities.
(I've only seen them on pictures...)

Any kind of postcards are welcome,but I'm glad if you send me the following cards.
- Map card
- UNESCO world heritage site
- beautiful view,night view,tourist attractions landscapes and natures in your country
- USA(states map cards/cards with the name of the state, place on it)
- Aurora
- Christmas market in Europe
- Blue cats by Rina Zeniuk(really cute)
- Inge Löök's old ladies
- MOOMIN from Finland
- PEANUTS/DIDDL
- Flag of the world
- postcrossing meeting/meet up card
- large letter postcard

I'm very glad if you put a beautiful(cute) stamp on the postcard.(But I don't peel a stamp off a postcard or an envelope.)

Thank you,
Mai

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