Hotel Associa Shin-Yokohama
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... if anyone wanted a ride to the Pacifico convention center.
Big news from the Toyoko Inn business hotel chain--according to their latest directory, their new hotels will be constructed with the floor level flat between the main part of the room and the unit bathroom. No more tripping hazard from high thresholds!
I went to see the Sankeien Garden on the outskirts of Yokohama. The garden includes old buildings ...
... Our hosts found this hysterical, saying that he was a classic foreigner.
2) Trying to cut the `Papple` with a small fork, resulting in a piece flying through the air, dropping at his feet and looking pretty special.
3) Taking 7 plates of Sushi at the restaurant and trying to merge them with my stack of 2 when it came to paying the bill in an attempt to look less greedy. They definitely saw through this nifty trick.
So... I'm kind of exploring the town and I found a family mart. Bought a fruit drink and it's basically a kobini? Because it's open 24/7. But it's basically a cheap small supermarket. (Where they also sell manga, which is awesome.) Then the station, I still don't know how to navigate through there, and I have to go to school tomorrow at 9:30. Second, all the streets are either descending or ascending, so your ...
... as it has grown, so efforts have been made to preserve the rich history through permanent museum exhibits. It was great to see the small wooden homes (which were referred to as “burning homes” since they so easily caught on fire), which were barely 250 square feet in size, and back to back wooden construction, as well as the details of daily living for Edo’s citizens at the time. Japan has had a series of different types of rulers from the ...
... rice with curry sauce) and takuyaki.
The culture of Japan was really striking for me. I've been to many countries but I've never been to a food court where you clean up your own table. In one section of the food court, you could find cloth rags which you can use to wipe the table before and after eating. You are also expected to return the tray and utensils you've used to the stall where you bought your food.
After dinner, we ...