Hotel Hokke Club Sapporo
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We're back in Sapporo airport having come to the end of our time in Hokkaido. We've been really fortunate with the weather, as north of Tokyo has seen some of the worst flooding in living memory due to Typhoon Etau. The typhoons have been lining up in the Pacific in a holding pattern waiting to wreak havoc on the eastern side of Japan, but with the way our itinerary has worked out, apart from a bit if rain intermittently, we've more or less avoided it all so far. The morning we ...
... free time around 10pm.
8) Japanese TV often has a box with a person’s head in showing their reaction to the same program you’re watching. It’s full of fake smiles and overreactions.
9) ES students (ages 6-11) are more than happy to take public transport to their school on their own, even if the school is 30-45 minutes away. In 1885 the practice of coming to school by cars and rickshaws was banned, promoting the idea that the students should ...
... her and that I wanted her to stay he said some **** swiftly bailed and we were now stuck with a japanese girl and soon her friend.
The rest is a bit of a blur as I continued to consume pints but somehow we found ourselves being led down the streets and into a cab by the 2 girls. At this point Jason excused himself and proceeded to get extremely lost going home even though it was right around the corner and the directions I have him involved only taking 2 very obvious turns. We ...
... it back down that far before closing. Even though it wasn't my first time through, it was still impressive.
Monday morning was a clear day, and since we could see the mountain from our window we headed to Mt. Moiwa first to try and get in the sights before the clouds took over. Although it has eluded me on previous scenic observations from this and other locations, I was finally able to see the Sea of Japan. We stayed at the top observation deck for lunch and took in more of ...
... time. I haven't seen one upset student. They have soooooo much pressure on them 365 days a year. Even on weekends it doesn't relent. I asked what a couple of students got up to at the weekend and one girl said she studied for 10 hours on Saturday and then practiced piano, clarinet AND flute on Sunday before studying again. Mental.