sasori1027, Japan
  • country Japan
  • Member since Joined 31st Oct., 2012
  • icon Seen about 3 hours ago

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icon icon icon icon Postcrossing Supporter Sent postcards on World Postcard Day in 2021WPD 7th on sent postcards from 7th on longest distance from
  • icon Not interested in direct swaps
  • icon Portuguese, English, Japanese, Spanish (a little bit), and French (a little little bit)
  • icon he/him
  • icon 27th October
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About Kevin...

Hello there!
To Maja from Germany,
I received your postcard with illustration of Queen Elizabeth dancing ballet, but you forgot the ID number. Postcrossing could not find it either. Please let me know the ID so that I can register the card.
Sending and receiving postcards from people I do not know is fun, exciting, and at the same time it's a great opportunity to know different countries as well as the culture and people.

I live with my wife and we have two dogs. I like watching brazilian soccer, cooking, watching movies, and listening to music in general (american pops, american country, italian, french, spanish, portuguese, and brazilian). Some of my favorite hobbies are postcrossing and making home-made bacon.

Recently I became addicted to TV series and I watch one every weekend. Some of the best I have watched include Pushing Daisies, Fringe, Call the Midwife, Hell on Wheels, Continuum, Falling Skies, Person of Interest, Humans, Arrow, and Justified. I am also watching Haven, and Once Upon a Time.

My preference includes the below:
> Princess Charlotte of UK.
> Royal Family, Duchess of Cambridge
> People (president, celebrity, movie star, singer, etc)
Well, the above is just for reference and obviously it is totally up to you to select the one to be sent. ANY POSTCARD WORLDWIDE IS VERY WELCOME, but I would appreciate if you refrain from sending either free or advertising postcards.

Please also write your name (first name only is ok, if you do not mind), if possible in block letters, because it is difficult for me to say "Hi there!" when registering a received postcard. Instead, I would like to say "Hi (your name)!". It's very nice to know the name of the person who sent the postcard!

Last update: 2020/02/02

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