Jozankei View Hotel
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... ones. The urns are kept in what looks like elaborate locker rooms; rows of black doors covered in gilt symbols with a large copper sink for purifying yourself before communing with the departed. I eventually escaped and found my original target, the oldest shrine on Hokkaido with lots of carved wood, a coffered ceiling covered in symbols and a brilliantly colored shrine. Turns out though that this wasn't even the right shrine! I did find the right one later on, which was ...
... and start thinking about summer, since I'm thinking about going home. After class I was invited to have lunch with Pamela and her husband Ted, so at least there was a good ending to the morning!
Wednesday night was another night out with the visiting researcher and we went to a soup curry restaurant, which is probably my favorite food in Sapporo. Maybe I'll pick a day and tell Chris I am not cooking from that day forward, and we can go out for ...
... had the initials of all of the people who were waiting, that is except for machine 1. Chris was unsure why people would be waiting if a machine was open so he held off, thinking maybe machine 1 was broken. As we were debating what he should do, someone went and signed up for machine 1, which apparently worked just fine. Shortly after, someone got off of machine 7 and again the sign showed every machine in use and with people waiting except for machine 7. Chris sprung ...
... by then he understood my journey. They were laughing, slapping me on the back. Apparently, they had caught delicious fish and octopus and fish, and were inviting me to eat and drink with them.
I think he had had a few drinks already this day, normal I guess because they were fishing. He finally understood that I had no place to stay, he told me that the bunkhouse wasn’t open or perfectly clean yet but that I could stay there if I wanted for a few days until ...
... go next Wednesday?
Teacher: I`m going to stay home.
Me: What are you going to do there?
Teacher: I am going to watch TV.
But even though that was on the sheet, as soon as I said the first part, she was like, "No." So I said it again and she said, “No. What are you going to do next Wednesday?” So in the end she said we switch and she said the first part. Now. Even if she said, “What are you going to do ...