Sapporo Hotel Yamachi
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... characters are a bit over the top but the sentiments about team spirit and joy of physical achievement are things any bukatasu alumni can identify with. It means so much to students to. Although, and I know I keep reiterating it, they pretty much forced to do these club activities they could easily just show up and give 50% effort or less. But they don't. They give it their all. And this is showed especially in High School tournaments. I saw on TV last August ...
... past year has been the best year of my life. I've been the most outgoing I've ever been and it's become routine now to go out and do something new or exciting. I've also been following a strict diet and training programme and have become the strongest version of myself to date. The extra hill sprints I've added in these past months paid wonders up Fuji and I could truly tell they helped me achieve that killer time. Now however I can't do jack. I must admit, I've shed a few ...
Monday started the first of my lasts, since it was time to say goodbye to Super Kids Club. Although I have three more weeks in Japan, they won't meet again until May when I'll have already been home for a month. Since it was their last day before a break, there was a more party-like atmosphere to the afternoon, and they even got to hit a pinata. I made sure to take pictures so I could be reminded of those adorable little faces in the future and some ...
... of the women police officers was saying things over a speaker but she whispered the whole time so you couldn't hear her, but we probably wouldn't have understood it anyway.
Closer to midnight more police officers took post on the steps of the shrine, which I am sure wasn't necessary since I can't picture the Japanese being impolite or causing ruckus which would require police presence. Eventually from behind us we heard an excited hum among the crowd, the doors ...
... this trip, it was great.
We rolled into Utoro, a little fishing town as far as you can go on the west side of the wild and rugged Shiretoko peninsula. My driver dropped me off, sending me more of his rice rolls. I had quickly learned that if a gift is offered, it is insulting not to accept it. I guess, when think about it, I feel the same way and have tries to incorporate in my life since then. So, Utoro is a little fishing town that swells during tourist season. ...