I have one of the best jobs in the world, getting to organize anime conventions that are focused on creating really fun events for people to enjoy. Thousands of people attend these events, such as Anime Midwest, every year, to meet special guests from America and from abroad.
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In this video: My first travel tip! So for my first travel tip to share with you all, I'm going to talk about how to get a comfortable seat! Tip: Find an empty flight for more room! International flights are harder for airlines to change due to regulations across multiple countries - and that means getting on a more empty flight is easier, because the airlines can't easily switch to a smaller airplane or reduce number of flights, because they're often negotiated with various government agencies. Take time to look at the seat maps of flights when you're booking, and if one flight is more empty than others, you have a better chance of getting a good seat with an empty seat next to you, than if you booked a fuller flight. Several times on our trips to Japan, we've gotten entire rows to ourselves in economy class - at that point, you basically have a business class seat, without paying five thousand dollars for it. We'll share more travel tips as we go along in Japan.
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