Sun Hotel Hachioji
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... one and then took a glance at the man sitting in front of me. As a matter of fact, he is so close to me that I could eat from his plate and he from mine. Yet no greeting, no hello, no smile not even an eye contact.. He avoids looking at me. I realize noone talks in the restaurant; it's like eating a meal in a Trappist monastery...in silence. As soon as he ends his meal, he leaves without any goodbye, another man sits at the table and the same game resumes. ...
... done by the prospective buyers before a bell rings and the bidding starts, on asking a Japanese chap he said he didn't understand the bidding or language! It was quite a sight and whilst not everyone's idea of a big night out I was glad I had visited this fascinating place, the market is huge and as its being moved to a purpose built new facility maybe these old ways or style of the market won't quite be the same? So after returning your Hi-Viz jacket your escorted ...
Another study-smashed day at ease.Today's lesson felt a million years long! I'd been sleeping bad and was über-hungry on top of that, so right after school I felt like crashing into a wall and naught arise. Hungry as I was, I resistedgoing straight home and went with Michiko, Andreas and Phil for ramen (i.e in my case, rice and miso soup cause 90% of all ramen consist meat here). The feeling of ...
... reminded me of a really old cartoon. It was set in an old fashioned open top car, the main character is driving with his girlfriend and then a giant villain shows up on the back seat and begins to terrorise the couple. The man then begins to fight the villain and kicks him out of the car only for the film to loop around.
With that I had finished the first room. So I made my way into the small archways crouching all the while to see what I could find. The archways ...
... the same place every time lining up the doors with the queues of commuters waiting to board. People wait for arriving commuters to exit before they board (The London tube system could learn from the Japanese!!). BUT... catch one at peak hour and you'll soon discover that sardines are actually comfortable in their cosy cans... They pack in. When you think the carriage cant fit one more person in, 4 or 5 more approach, ...
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