Kagoshima Daiichi Hotel Kamoike
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... fairly loudly on her cell phone. A few seconds later a police car raced by. As we turned to walk up the tiny road along the canal back to the hotel an ambulance turned onto the road and started heading toward us with his lights on. There really wasn't enough room for the ambulance to pass us while we walked on the road so I moved off the road and onto the curb. Erika vaulted over the curb and into the grass which was a steep drop off right into a deep concrete lined ...
As this was one of the main reasons for traveling to Japan, it is my turn - Erika - to write.
My father had left Mexico in 1985 and moved back to Japan where he became a gymnastics professor at the National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya. There, he met his new wife (Hiroko-san) and had a baby girl, Miki.
I had over the years kept in touch with my father but all of a sudden, I lost contact. I finally found out that in ...
... Tacos' and 'We're Open, Come In!'
Taking this for a sign we headed in and grabbed a seat at the bar, not realising what a good decision we'd just made.
We got chatting to Satoe, a Japanese lady who spoke very good English, who helped us translate the menu and order some rice tacos (essentially just the taco filling with rice instead of the corn taco).
Satoe was there with her boyfriend Kimpei, who ...
... residences are open to the public, while the buildings themselves cannot be entered. The gardens are relatively small and designed to be viewed from the residences. Five out of the seven gardens are of the Karesansui Dry Garden variety. Of the other two, one includes a pond and the other is composed of trimmed shrubs.
... 40165;栖駅 Shin-Tosu-eki?) is a railway station in Tosu, Saga, Japan, operated by Kyushu Railway Company