Just got in to Tokyo this past weekend from Boston... brought my Czech-Ease along for the ride in the gage flight case. TSA people were great, let me help them with the inspection and make sure it was put back in the case properly. Still a scary feeling to see it descend the conveyer belt in to darkness... After a tense wait at the baggage carousel in Narita I was pleased to find out things looked great, and it was even in tune! Later that night, get to my mother in law's place, unpack it and notice the bridge was -just- a little off in respect to angle and location... loosen the strings to adjust it and CLUNK there goes my soundpost. After 30 seconds of considering whether to rig up something with a coathanger and knife I decide to find a pro and get the bass the checkup and tuneup it probably needs anyways. I check google and talkbass and realize this might be harder than I think... Anyone know a good bass luthier in the Tokyo/Yokohama area? Preferably one with patience for a first-year Japanese student or a little english under their belt?