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... is a beautiful traditional city and was a refreshing escape from the hustle of modern Tokyo.
To carry on our traditional experiences, the following week I treated Dave to a sumo match for his birthday. There was a sumo competition taking place in Tokyo, and while I am not a sumo fan and have never watched an entire match, since Dave was interested, I decided it would be a good experience to partake in. We went to the 3rd to last day ...
... and fifty grams (five oz) cottage cheese, tomato salad and
two slices of full grain bread. Or else you might have once again baked
meat and salad.
Snack a banana.
Dinner Grilled fish and salad.
Late cravings 4 carrots.
3 spoons of oat food, a spoon of honey in addition to a cup of plain
(not sweetened) yoghurt. Mix anything and take in it.
Lunch Baked meat fillet and salad.
Snack a cup of simple (not ...
... mg of caffeine it's going to raise
rate of metabolism. Consume this combination a couple of instances per
day before meals together with 25 to thirty minutes of exercise day
2. Fruits and vegetables: Fruits and vegetables are
reduced calorie food items, hence, try to eat additional of these.
Banana and cheeku maximize the load, consequently will not take in them.
Do not increase salt to fruits and veggies ...
... synchronized in their cheers that they move their hands together as a group, which is pretty impressive. See the video I took of their cheer. I have no idea what they are saying, but I guess professing their love of the team. In the end, the Tokyo Giants won the game and we all had a blast. It was a long day and everyone passed out on the train back to Saitama.
Our short trip to Saitama was wonderful and was the end ...
Touchdown into Japan! Upon arrival, Kristen and I were so relieved to be standing on Japan soil. Everything made sense, train system, signage, clean bathrooms, and respectful people. It was a 180 degree difference between the Chinese and Japanese culture.
My Japanese hasn't been used for quite some time, so I was a little rusty at first, but after a short time I was communicating efficiently. ...