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... and that I (as you probably
would too if you come as a tourist) had to wait in line to get my JR Pass it,
took me 3 hours from leaving the plan to arriving at my hotel. Impressive
C) Japan wants to make sure that soda cans can be
used to hammer a nail in. These things are so thick I really wonder how they manage
to crush them for recycling. Maybe they just reuse them?
D) While I’m talking about cans, ...
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Entry by Mii Monga It's officially our first day in Japan and we have a full schedule. Firstly everyone is expected to have breakfast between the hours of 630 till 745. Breakfast in Japan is quite an experience. Back at home breakfast is cereals, cup of tea, coffee milo eggs toast bread and the list goes on. Our breakfast in Japan is something different. Well they do have tea, cereal and stuff but they also have what the Japanese call breakfast. After breakfast was ...
... whose stalls are part of the railway arches. As you step into the market it is full of people, smells, chatter and lots of food and general things to buy. We took a walk down to the end seeing the fresh fish for sale, dried foods and lots of fruit and vegetables.We decided to have lunch here at one of the little cafes - the waitress had an understanding of English so she could help us with the ...
... teachers at our company and one of the teachers is also the
co-owner of the language company. His company employs teachers at
Bailey and other schools around Mishima, Numazu and Izu. He organized
a special workshop week with and at Numazu Kosen, which is like a
"Gymnasium and Fachhochschule" they start younger and also
finish with a Bachelors Degree. The week took place during their
autumn holidays and the subject was "How to become a global