- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
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This morning I woke and got ready to head down stair for a delicious breakfast. I tried the natto, it's natural and good for you, but plenty nasty. The hot spring egg is simple delicious in the sauce. At 10 am, Mr .Narita pick Yaling, her two kids and me up and head off to Oarari, a famous local place for seafood. The most famous seafood there being the raw oyster that is very large and we each eaten one raw it's so, fresh and delicious. Then ...
... she can show us the preschool where she pick up her kid. I am always fascinated about how the locals live and to see a kid in a Japanese kindergarden and how that differs from the ones in United States.when we arrived the kids are just finishing their swim lesson. All the kids jump out of the pool and lined up along the pool and they all bow out to the teacher as a sign of respect before handing out to find their parents. Wow, it certainly ...
... here in Japan and a children's sticker book. I follow my guide book and prepared for my host family a nice omigae (gift) ahead of time. It is a huge Japanese tradition to give gifts form friends to colleagues to neighbors to families. It's hard for me to figure out what Japanese host family would like as a gift. As it turns out, Trader joes shopping bags, of all things, are their favorite, I would have NEVER guessed. I found out all this info via the Internet. Today is a rainy ...
... separating Honshu island from Hokkaido island. The length is 53.85 km, deepest area is 240 meter. There are 2 emergency tunnels to the surface in case anything happens. It was a nice train journey with rapid train to Shin Aomori, then I changed to Shinkansen for the 3.5 hour journey to Ueno just outside Tokyo. I ordered a delicious bento lunch and relaxed on the Shinkansen . My iPad was running low on battery and between my isle seat and window seat, there ...
I've had a lot of wifi/technology/camera issues which have made the blog difficult to continue to update. We are on our second day in Tokyo now but I wanted to try and catch up a bit on our last few days in Mashiko.
Our final few days were primarily about taiko workshops and preparation for the big concert. We were Able to take a few side trips. We returned to the kindergarten where had so much fun the day before and the kids sang ...