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... t_nihongo_help noprint" style="color: rgb(37, 37, 37); font-family: sans-serif; line-height: 1; font-size: 11.1999998092651px;">?) is a city of some 120,000 people located in Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan. The ...
... the shopping district in the CBD. In the evening we went to Den Den Town to the anime and robotics precinct. It was mostly shut. Both Jesse and I were pretty disappointed. Mind you, it was a Sunday night. Very proud of Jesse today. He starred in the navigational skills and Megan...it's been good to hear him reading out signs in Japanese. He's becoming more confident each day. Megan's a friend of ours and his Japanese teacher for those of you who are wondering who Megan is.
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18) Smoking rules are the opposite of America. Smoking outside is not permitted, but is allowed in many restaurants and bars.
19) No one jaywalks or crosses the street when they are not supposed to. Even if you are crossing a one-way street and there’s no cars as far as the eye can see, the Japanese will stand and wait (and wait, and wait, and wait) until the light ...
... to have our dinner at halal Pinakhana Indian Restaurant. I was a little bit disappointed to the fact that we were served an Indian cuisine instead of Japanese one just for the fact that I'm the type of traveller who loves to sample the local food no matter how bad it is. However, the food here is good. We were served with a plate full of a heart shaped fried rice, a bowl of curry and coleslaw, a refillable basket full of naan bread, a glass of plain water and a cup ...
... he knows next to no Japanese, so I figure if he can teach here, then so can I. There are eight classes in the second year group and forty students per class. All of these students need to be interviewed - so that's 320 students, and halving with Niall, we must each interview 160 students each. That will be a challenge! Especially as we have to grade them as well. Oh well, all part of the experience I suppose! As is the life of a high school teacher, maybe?