Hotel Sunroute New Sapporo
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... Gardens, which also house a very small museum of Ainu artefacts and some old colonial-style buildings with a collection of taxidermied indigenous animals. The gardens would be spectacular in spring and early summer, but it was a bit of an overcast day and I don't think we really did them justice. Sapporo is built on a grid system with the roads labelled from north to south and east to west, with a block wide strip of park (Odori Koen) dividing the city north and south. ...
49) Japanese toilets in schools are not the best positioned. When the door opens everyone can see in as they walk by.
50) Ohayou gozaimasu (good morning) is often abbreviated to just “Zas” because people say it so much.
51) Haircuts here can take anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour and a half. Even for me who just gets it shaved it takes 40 minutes. This is because they treat it like an experience or a day out. 20 of those 40 minutes are ...
... up and talking to me while I was by myself (probably why I woke up with multiple stab wounds and a missing wallet)
We spent most of our nights after that at a flair bar on the 8th floor of a high-rise where they put on an insane bar show and you could all you can drink cocktails for 2 hours for only 25 bucks. We went there for Charlies 21st before wandering the streets for 2 hours trying to find a strip club to fulfil Charlies wish of a 21st birthday lap dance.
... How sh*t was i? So the rebound fell to me and i jumped really high and had another try. It went in and EVERYONE came up and cheered and high fived me haha. Pity high 5's probably. But nah they seemed so thrilled literally. And the opposition players ran over shouting "YES MR DEC GOOD SHOT!"
A few games later and i got tripped in the penalty area. Kid couldn't have been more apologetic. I said "You're expelled!" but obviously he didn't get it. So i had ...
... in Japanese it was extra scary because my imagination filled in the narration, but the images themselves would have been enough for some nightmares.
Overall, it is a very nice center and has only been open about 2 months since being renovated but I left feeling much less prepared and worried about something happening. On the bright side, I can say that we had another experience of Japanese hospitality while we were there. When we walked in ...