Gotanda Arietta Hotel & Trattoria
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... Rina and Utayo had prepared. Asahi, one of the largest beer producers in Japan is owned by Super Dry and yet there are no Super Dry clothes shops here in Japan - isn't that odd. Rina's suburb is a lovely area and her compact apartment is homely - small people live in small places in Japan and it would be a test of patience, for most of us Brits, to live in the same sized abodes, in comparison to the homes we live in. The food we shared was great and ...
The headline means summer break, wich from today is setting off. To me, it was also the last day of school yesterday; I'm going home now that the B-course is over. We had our finals last week; and I passed B-course as well. As already mentioned I wont go to the C-course at Yoshida; I am however going to stay in Japan for another month or so, to attend a ...
... headquarters had an interesting exhibit on the history of Sony products and then took you through to their current and newly releasing products. I was intrigued by the old products because it was things from my childhood. What surprised me the most is that Sony had a CD player back in 1984 but they didn't get popular until the mid-1990's.
Perfect on timing, we headed over to Shinjuku to attend a show we booked at Robot Restaurant. Fred had seen a sample of ...
... br> Narita to Haneda airport (still in Tokyo)
And finally I will be traveling from
Haneda airport to Okayama
Then I can relax! I am SO tired!!
P.S. - Getting on the bus was kind of embarrassing I probably looked like a lost puppy. The ticket guy said "hai" to me (which is "yes" in Japanese) and I automatically said "Hi!" (As in hello) :/
I have to start getting used to saying ...
... on the platform of the train station where the bullet train would pick us up, my mum told us that we were in 1st class just in case that I was sick again. We hopped on the bullet train and arrived in Kyoto within 2 hours. Facts about bullet trains: When at full speed the bullet train goes up to 300 kilometres per hour; that's 3 times as fast as people would ...