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... from Akita, a prefecture in northern Japan. We had several small courses followed fish, chicken and pork. There were some unusual dishes. I had forgotten to take a photo of it. It was pickled horseradish with what tasted like Kraft cheddar cheese sandwiched in between. There were about 2 layers of cheese with 3 layers of the horseradish. Dinner was finished with a dessert of green tea, vanilla or eka something (couldn't catch the name, sort of bean) ice-cream.
... s great. Lets put it in the show!". The distance between being able to do something well in practice and being able to do it well in performance is not tremendous, but it is definitely a gap that must be bridged. When flying in practice, there is ample of time to compose yourself and really think about what you are going to do. Additionally, there is great difference in the pressure to succeed as it relates to whether or not you miss the trick.
And so, my second city is drawing to a close. I've enjoyed Ota most for the time I've had to explore the area via bicycle. Once we got through the first 10 days, our schedule became quite easy, with one show and practice on weekdays, and three shows each weekend day. This left me with plenty of time to explore. As I mentioned before, the area to the north of Ota is mountainous. This has made for some very beautiful (and also challenging) rides. ...
... rooms, they didn't just change the sheets.
They straightened our things, and even took loose change and arranged it by
The sense of space and arrangement is very prominat here. I was speaking to
one of the translators and he told me about how everyone had their own
potted plants or small garden because how cramped the city is, and how that
is how they keep a sense of nature.
Today we will be doing a washi workshop and the sumi ...
... even have little plastic flowers inside of them to make them more attractive. The light poles normally have some kind of decoration or chandelier.
We were recommended to eat breakfast in the basement of a store called Mega. It is the largest store in Kiryu, and is kind of like their version of Walmart, but nicer. We wondered through it, noticing normally ordinary things but presented in a new way. The people must have thought ...