What would that "junk" F go for? You know I'm not shy about cleaning/restoring 😉I guess it's worth noting that I still have one of the junk Fs from the last batch, but there was mouse poops in it, so I took it off the market. If anyone wants it anyway before I take the time to strip and clean it myself, lmk. I'm not opposed to liquidating it.
Shoot me a PM on Discord at some point, I’m tired and I keep forgetting to respond to thisWhat would that "junk" F go for? You know I'm not shy about cleaning/restoring 😉
Correct.Quick cab question the Blanc is basically a Noir cabinet with different trim/marquee. So you can't rotate the monitor to a vertical position correct.
Why not just go to your bank? 90% of people in this hobby make this way more complicated than it is and I cannot figure out why.Since you're in Tokyo, get us those 100 yen coins.
My personal experience here was that local banks only do notes, no coins . I went to a couple different credit unions and one larger-bank (BoA). Otoh, leftovercurrency.com was awesome and pretty cheap. I had a thread somewhere (I think in the want to buy forum) where a few of us talked about it. They worked out great for a handful of us!Why not just go to your bank? 90% of people in this hobby make this way more complicated than it is and I cannot figure out why.
Walk into your bank
Ask about currency exchange.
Sometimes you have to come back in a few days if you're not in an area that typically has your desired currency on hand.
You'd struggle to find a bank that can't handle this for you. And if you're a regular flyer, or have a crippling phobia of banking institutions, you can always go to the currency exchange counter at just about every airport in the US as well.
Don't overcomplicate things for yourselves. No need to overpay for something you can get for literal cost, or to bother importers or folks living overseas for that you can handle right at home at a place you go every week or so anyway.
You’re doing it wrong. Haneda is where you want to be.In Narita airport
I go through Narita because I have a travel agent friend who gives me extremely good deals on flights, but they all go through Narita (even once when my real destination was Kobe, couldn't get any other airport). Don't mind it, that katsu curry place there (the one with table service) is great after a long flight and I kinda like the long train ride into Tokyo (perhaps I'm crazy)