Okura Frontier Hotel Tsukuba
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
Today was a day to take in some of busier areas of Tokyo. I was fueled up and out the door by 9. The first stop was off to Odaiba, in search of Gundam. A few stops and transfers later I was on a train/bus. This a new service, and it is pretty slick. While taking this transportation to Odaiba, I got some great sightseeing along the way. Crossing Tokyo bay, I arrived at the artificial island of Odaiba, which I believe was made around 1953. It has the Fuji TV ...
... So whilst my relationship with Japan has yielded many things for me I do not see myself living here long-term again in the near future. Liiiiitle bit of irony in there, but the realisation has been a long time coming! I'd just prefer to work within Aussie culture. And that's cool too.
I'm sure I just think about all this cultural identity stuff way more than your average person, but I truly believe it is at the core of everything we experience. And how amazing is that?!
... rash vest etc. You name it and I can confidently say I have it (in bright blue, haha). We train in the uni pool a couple of times a week, and go out for dinner a lot (these guys are experts at finding cheap and delicious places). We 'nomikai' (=drinking party) every so often, and mucked around with fireworks the other night to honour the warm summer weather. Hanging sparkles out of your mouth and posing for the camera is the done thing, haha.
... prove myself. It seems approval-seeking still continues to dwell within me. I guess it's not so surprising. I had been living that way for most of my life, it's not going to go away so easily. But, I feel like it's getting better. After this incident, I feel like I can let go of that old pattern of thought and make better use of my time here.
My Sifu in Toronto once told me "stop trying to be cool, it's okay to just be ...