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@TokyoTwilighter : When did you visit Tokyo?
July 15-18 of this year (2011), I was booked for a 5 show tour to promote my mixtape Dash Effect.
@TokyoTwilighter : What surprised you about Tokyo and its people?
@TokyoTwilighter : How was the food?
Excellent, a lot of things were different but eye opening at the same time.
@TokyoTwilighter : Where was the best place to party?
EVERYWHERE we attended was AMAZING. It’s really hard to choose the BEST, I mean we were in JAPAN what’s not to love!!??
[Editor’s note: Roscoe appeared at Yokohama Bayside, Azabu-Juban’s Warehouse, Fussa’s Kamikaze and Vanity Lounge in Roppongi]
A LOT of TRUE RELIGION & A LOT of clothing from LHP in Harajyuku #Swagg
@TokyoTwilighter : What do you DEFINITELY want to do the next time you visit that you haven’t done yet?
Go sight seeing, our tour was so packed that there wasn’t a chance but next time for sure.
While Roscoe Dash and his crew were in Japan I was lucky enough to meet them. While I’d heard how down-to-earth they were I had the chance to experience it firsthand when I struggled to park a 10 passenger van into a tiny parking spot on a Tokyo side street. Without hesitation, Roscoe and his security Blaze graciously stepped in to park the car for me. At the very end the group of bystanders that had collected nearby all clapped for us, they were as impressed at I was to see a foreigner whip a car into a Tokyo parking space. I’m sure that someone has the whole experience recorded onto their iPhone.
For more photos from the Japan tour you can check here.