Keio Plaza Hotel Sapporo
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... a given. If we're exhausted back home we'd take a day or two off work or go on holiday somewhere. In Japan everyone's tired all the time and everyone just gets on with it.
My point being, that they love the sport despite being tired. If I was shattered before a random club practice I may have just stayed home in my teen days. But here they get on with it and when they're there they have a blast. They see their friends almost every day of the year. That's great! In ...
... wooden bowl filled with noodles, broth and a bit of meat and vegetables. In the bowl is a small, wooden, primitive ladle. On the table is a chest filled with chopsticks. It's up to you where you go from here. Thom wasn't happy with this but loved the sushi restaurant. You sit at a rectangular bar that has two conveyor belts. One has cups so you can make tea, the other plates of sushi. As things go by you just take the ones you like. There are also chefs inside the counter ...
... with us.
Saturday I pulled my migraine suffering self off of the couch to go to a gospel choir concert. One of the women at the little church had given me a flyer, and I had been looking forward to going. It was quite a packed house to see the 40 or so Japanese woman sing gospel songs. They were really good and to my surprise, two other women from the little church were in it too. They really know how to put some soul into their songs, which ...
In case you missed it in the Beaverton High School newspaper, The Hummer, this is my article on winter holidays in Japan. Subscribe to The Hummer <3
Winter holidays in the snowy land of Sapporo, Japan is something to look forward to and have a laugh about. Japanese Christmas is nothing like you’d expect and the New Years festivities are big enough to last the whole year.
When I first heard ...
... As the train stopped, I got off with a few other passengers, conductor, fellow passengers and employees on the train yelling to me to
not get off. I was resolute, walked away from the train down a road on my map.
I later determined that they were just being protective, they didn’t think I would find a bus to where I was going. Basically, they were saying “dude, don’t get off in the middle of nowhere”. There protective culture of ...