Hotel Yukita Sapporo

Address: 15-3-15 Higashi Kita 36-jo Higasi-ku, Sapporo, Ishikari, Hokkaido, 007-0836, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 15-3-15 Higashi Kita 36-jo Higasi-ku, Sapporo, is near Clock Tower (Tokei-dai), Sapporo TV Tower, Moerenuma Park, and Sapporo Beer Museum.
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    This, that and the other.

    A travel blog entry by drummerman18 on Nov 13, 2014

    ... get 20 minutes to eat lunch, with 15 minutes before that for the preparation. They said I was crazy (probably am) but I was adamant I could do it. Lunch began and 2:56 seconds later I had finished my lunch. They all gave a massive clap…. but I was still hungry… and that seafood chowder was damn delicious. So I went up for 2nds. This then prompted the rest of the class to become surprised because I was getting up so early. Not only did I go up ...

    End of an era.

    A travel blog entry by drummerman18 on Mar 26, 2014

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    ... my teachers. I was placed on the same table as my Principle and Ninensei teacher which was good. Both speak amazing English. So I started the evening by thanking him for everything. He then told me he was retiring next year as he was 59. Again he looks early 50's max. I was shocked and told him he looked younger and he was like "You are very good at flattering! I bet many girls like you." I didn't bother correcting him.

    Anyway the night went on and then it turns ...

    Come onsen, let's give it a go.

    A travel blog entry by drummerman18 on Jan 26, 2014

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    ... was saying I was a typical gaikokujin by eating a lot. Yeh damn straight! So after the first course of chicken, mixed veg, French bread and a few other things was finished I went up again and got about 7 dishes this time. I was over the moon! Went up a 3rd and final time for dessert. I would have paid 2,000 just for this dinner! Every weekend I'm out somewhere with people (I'm a popular guy, I can't help it - I'm in demand) and usually it's at an ...

    Snow way they'll be any puns in this entry

    A travel blog entry by drummerman18 on Dec 13, 2013

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    ... others got involved too. They were loving it. A chance to talk to a handsome foreigner? Sure! Unfortunately there wasn't any about so I had to do. They were loving it though. With my limited Japanese I was making them crack up. One teacher jumped up laughing and ran over and hugged another teacher (standard Spindler effect on women) about something I said. Never seen em so happy. Found out I can get a 20 minute earlier bus now whereas before I'd be ...

    Just a quick one today (oop)

    A travel blog entry by drummerman18 on Nov 18, 2013

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    Usually Japanese people say `Ohaiyou gozaimasu` (good morning) to greet one another. I say each syllable mainly because that`s how you say it but also because I can`t speak as quickly as the Japanese. But they say it so often that they usually just blur it into `gozaimasu`, ` zaimasu` or even just `zmasu` with a rising tone inclination on all of them.

    However there is one teacher who literally sounds like this when I say good morning to him:


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