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... Pavilion, a Buddhist shrine with a large pagoda clad in gold leaf and with a phoenix on the top. The phoenix is quite often used as a symbol for longevity. The pagoda has just recently been renovated at a cost of US$7 000 000. This particular shrine was used by the emperor and empress. It is situated in a lovely, typical Japanese garden. There are three main features of Japanese gardens, water, rocks and green. Flowers are not common, except for the cherry blossoms which ...
I'm sitting in an outside hot bath on the top floor of a hotel in Matsumoto, Japan. One japanese guy next to me is holding some wooden blocks with the hotel name engraved and bound together. I get out, feel that my body has calmed down and briefly enjoy the view over the skyscraperless city with the mountains in the back. I slide the door, walk through the bath and enter the sauna. I sit first on the lower level but as one man exits I move up. It's a ...
... blog). Kasuga sensei wanted me to enjoy fireworks with him. We went to four different stores before we got the fireworks; all were sold out. At the last store there were only two packs left. He said it seems that the Obon season is over now since fireworks was so hard to come by. Anyway we headed back to his house where his wife had prepared 手巻き寿司 ; / ...
... so I was able to climb about 8 hours round trip in one solid day of hiking. It was an amazing hike overall.
I tend to like all the areas I travel and am not too picky so it might be repetitive, but I can't stress enough how awesome Japan was. Only downfall is that its a very expensive country, but I guess you get what you pay for.
... English (except Japanese) so students are effectively bilingual. I will have the babies (3-4 years). This is where my development comes in. Surely being a teacher (not just an assistant) in JAPAN will look AWESOME on my C.V. later on (opportunity)! I know the job may be harder, but it is more pay and I can reap greater rewards from it in the future as well. I am sure it wil be just as fun since I am only teaching kindergarten aged children; loads of songs and games and nap time lol. ...
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