Bluewave Inn Sapporo

Address: Minami 7 Nishi 5, Chuo-ku, Sapporo, Ishikari, Hokkaido, 064-0807, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Minami 7 Nishi 5, Chuo-ku, Sapporo, is near Odori Park, Clock Tower (Tokei-dai), Susukino, and Sapporo TV Tower.
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    Travel Blogs from Sapporo

    Way of the.............. Tea?

    A travel blog entry by drummerman18 on Jan 08, 2015

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    ... t know is that there are types of bow. That's right. 3 types of bowing. 'Saikeirei' is the heavy bow i.e. the lowest and the one which shows the most respect. This is followed my a medium bow known as 'Keirei' and last but not least there is 'Eshaku' which is like a casual nod often done between friends. Anyway I perfected that bad boys and so I sat down and the next person went up to practise. This was then followed by us going up to the 'kakemono' (hanging ...

    "He has no friends and is a loser."

    A travel blog entry by drummerman18 on May 30, 2014

    ... I'll be back." They got it every time and shouted "Ahhh Terminator!!' So in all the lessons today I had >~great fun as did the students. They were literally laughing out loud at the sentences they made. It's this sort of reaction I try to get in most activities. If students are having fun whilst learning chances are they'll remember it much more easily.

    The previous 2 days I also had sannensei and had to teach the above grammar and practice writing sentences. When ...

    So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, goodbye!

    A travel blog entry by drummerman18 on Feb 26, 2014

    ... probably wouldn't even care. They probably wouldn't even take it, even if it's free haha. But here they were so appreciative, thanking me constantly.

    I wrapped it up by saying thank you to them and for making English lessons fun for me also. I wished them well and told them I'd probably cry at sotsugyoushiki (graduation) which got a few "awwwwwws' haha.

    After the lessons I ...

    Here comes Santa Claus....lots of them!

    A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Dec 21, 2013

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    ... florist. Just another addition to our holiday decor.
    Chris came back from the university Monday night with two boxes shipped from home. The first was from Betsy and included things like pop tarts, pringles and hot chocolate. Not to mention socks, a paddle ball and advent calendar. The second was stuffed by my mom and aunt and had some wrapped presents I knew were off limits until Christmas. The food however I figured was fair game so we will soon be enjoying chocolate, ...

    The Wilds of Shiretoko to the Calm of Kyoto

    A travel blog entry by vinceinseattle on Dec 06, 2013

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    ... From there, we got on the subway and headed over to the house of a Japanese buddy of my new Canadian friend Anthony. We were going to spend the next night here.

    That afternoon, we spent exploring central Tokyo, quite an amazing place. It was great to be with locals who knew all the little spots. One of the things that stayed with me so strongly from Tokyo was that right next to ultra-modern architecture and crazy erotic street art, you often find an ancient, peaceful ...