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... dairy however, something that came highly recommended by my friend Simon: Strong. Strong by name, strong by nature! Holy smokes, this stuff is potent. I had two in my hotel room just to check it out... needless to say, I slept like a baby!
The service here is super friendly - you bags get carried, everything is efficient and on time. Makes life very easy.
The next hurdle was getting the flight and trains that would get me to Hirafu. Once on Hokkaido ...
It was early in the morning when we were off to go to a futuristic museum. But to get there we went on the subway. The subway was making a lot of big screeches. We finally got to the stop and got off. We went up and them hopped onto the Monorail (flying train). The monorail was really cool because we were going round the buildings in the air. The views were absolutely amazing. It took around about 20 minutes. When we got off the person told us that the Futuristic museum was closed so ...
... the auction starts (indicated with a bell) none of them can understand any word. There is around 30 seconds a intensive bidding going on and the lot is changing hands. This takes place for the approximately 10 lots that have been prepared on the auction floor. We don't know the price being paid for tuna, but we know that there is a lot of money involved.
Soon as the auction is over, the tuna are marked with red paint ...
... of Japan. Living in the south of Japan the past few months, I made the assumption that all of the people of Japan were like the people I lived with in the south. Southern Japanese people are very polite and gentle, bowing frequently and expressing their sense of gratitude whenever possible. Arriving at the hotel and checking in, my colleagues and I bowed as is customary in ...
... of the market we were intercepted by a market police officer. He told us we can not be here before 9:00am, and said he had to escort us out. We had known this before, but to be honest did not know where we truly were until that point, so we went with him away from the inner market. Once out of the inner market and back into the rain, Kim decided the sad eyes of the big eyed grouper and many octopus alike the ones we have seen scuba diving where enough for her and ...