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Last post from Fukuoka Japan!!!
Just wanted to let you know that my Japan trip is coming to an end. The time has almost come for me to leave and head toward the Korean Consulate to pick up my passport. Once I pick my passport up I will then head back to the Hakata Port International Terminal were I will take the ferry boat back to Korea. ...
Just waned to give you all a quick update.
I headed out early this morning to find my way to the consulate via the subway. I found the consulate thanks to some wonderful blogs that I found giving me great directions. I dropped off my passport and was told that I could pick ...
... of where I was going and if I was going to get on the right bus or not. He was actually going the same direction as me, so he helped me once we were on the bus and told me exactly which stop I needed to get off and how much the bus fare was. I am so thankful that he was able to help me. I was going to take a taxi, but I have been told that the taxi fares in Japan are pretty expensive compared to what I am used to ...
... to come. It takes ages ;) But anyway, we got on the train and 100 min later, we were in Fukuoka. This is our last Japanese city as we are flying back tomorrow to the Netherlands. Fukuoka is not really a touristic city so today we just decided on the spot what to do. We first went to a local market and bought some green tea. We then went for lunch: one last sushi restaurant that was really really good. It was delicious. After that we took ...
... Nobu’s parent’s family business which is making the gates for the
Shrines. There are only 3 companies in Japan that do this but it is still quite
competitive. I think eventually Nobu will join him and help with the business
end of things. Nobu’s father is very happy that someone will be taking over the
business that has been in the family for many generations. Typical of the
middle class in Japan, Nobu & Taka work hard, 60 hours in a 6 ...