Chisun Grand Sapporo
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... up a bit.
As it was the end of term my sannensei teacher invited me to both of the end of term parties. Unfortunately my mate Luke decided to be really selfish and come to Japan to see me the night of one party. The other day I'm at the beach and it starts early so I'll have to miss that too. My sannensei teacher wanted to go to the beer garden with me still because, well who wouldn't? So after school on Tuesday we met up for a few beers with one ...
... Black Label. A late start for Jenn but she made up by obeying some Japanese law that we had to drink both glasses within twenty minutes. We obeyed the law! After we had some cold beers in our stomach we headed to Mount Moiwa to enjoy the view of the city and have a nice lunch. We dropped Jenn & Kara at the same shopping alley as the night before and went to find Satoki Kon's dad, Toshi. We found him and they treated me to very nice Shabu Shabu dinner with sushi and ...
... off tuna sushi, a piece of fish and curry rice.
Sunday morning we Skyped in with Chris' family in Connecticut for their Christmas party. Unfortunately, that meant we missed church but we were happy to be able to talk to everyone. Once we were finished talking with them Chris did some work and we stayed at the apartment until it was time to go out. Instead of end of the year Christmas parties, Japanese businesses and companies have things called forget ...
... We saw a lot in a short time, then the guys took us out for the night to the very fun Rippongi area, famous for music, pubs and people watching.
My new buddy Anthony the Canadian used to work in this part of town, teaching near here and tending bar. Even though this was over 7 years before, he seemed to know everyone. There seemed to be people from all over the world here, all working in Tokyo. We had a great night, seeing the youth of Tokyo, music and pubs on ...
... and 30 staff members. Last school had 356 students and 21 staff. Met the principle when I arrived and he seems such a cool chap. Imagine me but Japanese. He even had a short hair cut with gel in which is rare haha. He spoke very good English and spoke about skiing and hiking. I introduced myself to the staff in broken Japanese and they pity clapped me. Then the news was sprung on me that I would do a broadcast to the ...