Okura Frontier Hotel Ebina
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the language)
- Arigatou gozaimasu = thank you
- Hai = yes
- Sayonara = goodbye
- Sumimasen = excuse me
- Gomenasai = sorry
- Okonomiyaki = a popular pan fried food that consists of batter and cabbage.
- sushi/Nigiri/Sashimi = only the best food ever!
- Gyoza = dumplings filled with ground meat and vegetables and wrapped in a thin dough
- Onigiri = cooked rice and are usually wrapped in noriseaweed. ...
... fish auction is to happen. We are instructed to stay quiet, not raise hands and remain in the indicated zone. The frozen tuna fish are laid on the ground and the buyers are inspecting the tuna quality through specific cuts at the tail. Interesting to see how methodical the men check the quality using a flash light and the fish hook to move the tail/fish into the position.
We have aas well some Japanese in the group, ...
... a 7/11 shop where money may have been spent to be told that they only require a swipe if the total is over a certain amount, which explains why they have been able to go on mighty shopping sprees across Tokyo. When they had been in our room they had also managed to find the only money I had left, 20 Australian Dollars given to me by my Auntie Stella, which was hidden at the bottom of my rucksack and also our room key, which we had thought was misplaced, but randomly appeared ...
... snow for tomorrow but from this observatory there was no sign of it.
Waking up on Saturday 8 Feb and pulling back the curtains the city was blanketed in white and couldn't even see Tokyo tower let alone Mt Fuji! The Maitland's and Damian (Damo) had flown in late last night and this was our one day in Tokyo together....I wouldn't call it blizzard conditions, but I've never seen anything like it and so rugged up to the hilt and even the door ...
... 20 million) fishing destinations are at a bit of a premium and they just have to settle for what they can get. After cooling off in the hostel I decided that it was time to head out for some food, this time I was fancying the Japanese noodle soup dish 'Ramen'. Ramen is, in essence, a noodle dish in a soy sauce based soup, filled with fresh herbs and vegetables, and traditionally topped with some slices of pork and half a boiled egg. It is Japanese eating custom that, when ...