Hotel Leopalace Sapporo
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... is done almost every single day (the teachers still go to school most days).
The bukatsu experience stays with you for life, which is a big part of why many of the bestselling books in Japan are all about bukatsu. The enormously popular “Battery” by Atsuko Asano is about 12 year old boys in baseball bukatsu, the friendships and animosities and the incredible amount of practice they go through. The wholesomeness and pure single-mindedness of the ...
... make anything you like if you just fill out a form. At the end of the meal they count your saucers and make up a bill.This sounds much easier than the reality and we couldn't have successfully gotten through the ordeal without the help of the lady on the next seat. Things are tough when you're the only westerner in town. But we did provide an evening of entertainment; fumbling with chopsticks, dropping rice which stuck to my chest and making faces over unidentified food.
... all in English!
Sunday was our last day at the big church. We wouldn't want to break our tradition, so of course we were late. Luckily though we walked in right when they were singing my favorite song. We also got to hear our friend Eric sing during the offering, which will be a great last memory to take from the big church.
Sunday night we went out to dinner with Gabriel and Sarah. It's hard to believe we'll have to say goodbye to them ...
... dinner would be in Japan I couldn’t do anything but laugh! In Japan, the mother and grandmother don’t slave away all day cooking a stuffed turkey or preparing honey-smoked ham. No, they make sure they get their reservation at Kentucky Fried Chicken. That’s right, KFC. Starting in the beginning of November, people rush to put their order reservation for baked or fried chicken from Colonel Santa. ...
... this as an abomination. What they didn’t understand was my resiliency. I walked about 3 miles, got to a junction where cars were coming by. I was aiming for an amazing windswept cape area called Erimo-misaki, famous for strong winds, seaweed cultivation, seals and natural After a few minutes of waiting, a trucker picked me up and drove about 20 miles.
My next ride was with an eccentric fashion designer who lived in Los Angeles for awhile. He was outlandish in ...