Hotel Excel Kikusui
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... and an armchair in the room.
We went out looking for dinner. It was back to the JR Station. Takako had led us around the block. It was actually pretty much straight ahead and turn left so it shouldn't take us long to get to the station tomorrow morning.
We stopped by a tonkatsu restaurant. Unfortunately, by the time we spotted the ashtrays, it was too late to back out. It has surprised us on ...
... shrine Suwa-jinja. (per: http://www.tokyotomo.com)
Another aspect of the competition are the daylight fireworks. Organizer explains saying “It’s the only firework display that has a competition for shooting fireworks in the full light of day in Japan.”
Some of the daytime fireworks actually had components that came down with little ...
... a tourist destination.
Not so much English spoken here but have managed OK to get feed and watered. In fact the food I have had the last couple of days has been superb.
Also in Sapporo I had some really nice curry soups ( with a chicken leg and veges ) I will have to learn how to make that.
A comment on the houses. In the main they are really basic. Either a square or a rectangular box. Often two stories but ...
... over the world. About half of the Japanese students really like socializing with international students and to practice their English with us, but the other half are a bit shy so they mostly hang out with their friends. I hope to talk with them more once we start classes.
Compared to the fast pace of Tokyo, AIU is located in a small town close to the mountains. The closest ...
... of a table occupied by Japanese salary types. They looked a little concerned that we might bite but after a few drinks became our new best friends, plying us with beer and (to our horror) more food! Jun-san and Paul (an English teacher staying in our hostel) joined us and a few quiet drink turned into a raucous 2am stumble home.
4 1/2 hours unconsciousness ...