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... with food, there are three associated restaurants. We decided to indulge in a local dish called Jengisukan (a salute to Chinggis Khan), a lamb barbecue self-cooked on an electric heated hot-plate on your table. Hokkaido is about the only place in Japan that you will come across lamb on a menu, as it is rarely eaten in Japan traditionally. Trying to walk off some of our excessive lunch, we then wandered around some of the sights of Sapporo, starting with the Hokkaido ...
... world to be a vegetarian.
43) Contrary to popular belief, the over ground trains here are sometimes 15 minutes+ late.
44) The Japanese love their dogs.
45) 99% of dogs are small rodent like things.
46) Pretty much every teacher I’ve spoken to (20-30) gets around 4-6 hours’ sleep a day max.
47) Fat people are rare in Japan. Even though everyone eats loads of carbs.
48) At the gym the Japanese have no idea what ...
... all that I can't actually be ****** writing much more so the rest I'm going to keep extremely short.
Our 3rd night in sapporo we went and saw a few japanese hardcore bands play at a rad little live house. I wound up getting smashed drunk and after seeing what I thought was the last band proceeded to leave the guys there and explore some small side bars on my own. The reception you receive by yourself seems to be a lot warmer because i can remember lots of japanese people ...
... Shane, we had enough time to pick him up some lunch at the food counter in the basement of the department store before it was time for him to meet at the bus station for his trip to the Lake Shikotsu Ice Festival. Chris, Keeley, and I had attended last week and I felt like it was definitely something worth seeing. Since it was a national holiday, Shane also got to see the firework display.
I used the afternoon to do a little shopping and witnessed something interesting when ...
... place we tried a few months back, this was really good. The restaurant is quite cozy, with only about 7 or 8 seats around the counter and the owner cooks everything fresh. So while it takes a little longer than a regular restaurant, the food is really good and it feels like you literally are in Emmy's Kitchen since you can see everything she's doing. She also speaks English, which is always a help.
Thursday is my usual free day so I went for a run. While I was out ...