Ikebukuro Cemetery

Written By bryanboy

Huff, Puff, Click, Clack

You know you are in real Tokyo when you walk IN THE CEMETERY at MIDNIGHT just to go to your friend’s house. That’s exactly what I did last night. After a night out in Aoyama, I took a cab to be dropped off at the nearest subway station where my friend lives. I forgot my friend’s address, my phone died and I don’t speak Japanese
so I can’t give instructions to the taxi driver so walking from the
subway station was the best option. What was meant to be a 3 minute walk turned out to be a long late night trek cause I couldn’t find the bloody cemetery.

I was wandering around Ikebukuro when I saw this white guy walk on the street. I wanted to ask him for directions but I hesitated cause he might be a tourist so I was like ok whatever. As he got closer, I looked at him, he stopped, did a double take and looked at me so what the heck, I went up to him and asked him where the cemetery was. Lo and behold the response was “hey aren’t you bryan? you’re the one with the blog?”


He helped me out and walked me to the entrance of the cemetery. I thought that was nice. Since he lived in the opposite direction, I went to the cemetery alone. My friend’s house was just around the corner. I took this video because I was sooo scared. I’m not scared of being raped… you can’t rape the willing. I was scared of ghosts!!

Whoever you are Mr. Stranger, thank you for rescuing me.

Tomorrow I’m moving to Shibuya. Yay!


  1. Its so funny that you wrote this, because as soon as I finished reading, a news report came on TV about someone being doused with kerosene oil and badly burnt in a cemetery. Japan is safe but in those cemeteries anything goes j/king.
    I can’t believe you’re in JAPAN!!! I want to search you out but I’m feeling like poop this week and i have to work. You had better work it like godzilla is gonna destroy it.

  2. Michelle

    haha what kind of shoes were you wearing? clack clack clack clack

  3. holy crap I’d be scared shitless too and just sprint.. but then again not in heels. I’m guessing you didn’t see any ghosts?..

  4. It says a lot when you’re being recognized by a stranger… in a cemetery… in a foreign country. Hello, international stardom.

  5. The tired old world

    From the sound of your heels, we can conclude that you have either dirtied your panties or have a very gay walk. This vid is hilarious, especially with the sighing. We’ve all been there, lost and gay in what feels like the wrong side of the tracks.

  6. lmao. your panting could be heard in the video! glad everything’s great!

  7. lucy_monostone

    woah~ JAPAN?! i so envy you right now! and your in Ikebukuro? reminds me of Ikebukuro West Gate Park a japanese drama about juvenile street gang :D, have fun there darling <3
    are you going to visit fashion places like shibuya, harajuku, omotesandou, ginza, shinjuku and the likes?
    werk it beybi~ haha

  8. Ik would shit my pants if I was there ._.
    @ Ambuklao Ford Fleming: yes that would be hillarious xD “I recognize that guy on the photo, who is that?” “my old friend who died 3 years ago” please BB make a picture of your face when that happens XD

  9. Welcome to Tokyo, B!
    Glad that you finally made it, and so far you seems having a good time here.
    I will rescue you if I see you around :)
    Hope you enjoy Shibuya tomorrow.

  10. that'sRIGHT

    friend.. yeah right! when you got an itch a girl just have to do what she gotta do!!
    booty call- lol

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