January 21, 2013


What you need:

1 zucchini
1 small onion
1 egg
lemon juice
baking powder
salt, pepper, sugar, paprika

Cook your rice (approx. 50g).
Cut onion into small cubes. 
Grate zucchini roughly
Wring zucchini in a paper towel in order to get rid of the water.
Mix the egg with lemon juice, a little salt, sugar, pepper and paprika. 
Add a pinch of baking soda and some flour to the mixture until you get a viscous consistency.

Combine zucchini, onion, rice, egg-mixture and a handful of breadcrumbs in a bowl.
Form balls and press them flat. 

Heat some oil in a frying pan.
Roast on both sides for about 5 minutes on medium heat.


October 12, 2012

Two new Youtube uploads

Hello Hello!

Even though I haven't been writing recently, 
I wanted to share my two new youtube uploads:

First one is a cover of a Japanese Song
 (my first time singing in Japanese)

Second one is a piano cover of The Athlete's Rag
(was quite a challenge)

Check it out!

June 27, 2012

My mimosa

Operation "repair my smartphone" failed.


My old smartphone went diving. Fortunately it still worked. The only thing that did not work properly anymore was the keyboard. So i got a new one from ebay and began disassembling my smartphone. 

Unfortunately the replacement of the keyboard did not solve the problem. Some of the keys just don't want to work anymore. May have some calcium deposits from the water inside which block the contacts. >.<

May 22, 2012

Training Camp

Training Camp

Bahnhofstrasse! Oo
Absurd road signs...

More crazy road signs.

April 28, 2012

new baby plants

Hello everyone! 

I got new baby plants.

pot tomato (actual height: 5cm)

flowers (actual height: 1cm)

balm (actual height: 8cm)

oregano (actual height: 5cm)

I managed to repot my mimosa. 
These four grew up in one pot and were totally grown together.
It was quite troublesome to seperate them without damaging the roots too much.
Hope they recover soon.

October 10, 2011

My clockman Shiro

Hi folks!

This is Shiro. She is a clockman (clockwoman) and speaks Japanese.
She is quite chatty and sometimes a little huffy. 
You can hit her twice and she'll tell you the time.
If you want her to be silent, turn her through 90° and she'll sleep.

There are four types of clockmen with different characters
according to the four blood types. 
If you want to read more about blood types in Japanese culture,
click here

You can get one for example in the Japan Trend Shop.

September 10, 2011

How to Pumpkin Soup

It is pumpkin-soup-time again! And here is how it works:

What you need:

1 piece of pumpkin 
1 small onion
1-2 garlic cloves
half an orange
salt and pepper
curry if you like

Enjoy your meal!