Tokyu Stay Gotanda
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- My Japenese is not improving as fast as I expected. Here in Japan I'm required to follow a quite uncommon (and fairly useless...) e-learning course which focuses on learning short sentences from your heart. I believe it is a very Asian style of learning and it clearly doesn't suit me. I just cant get a true understanding of the language this way and as a result I feel that especially ...
... chat with the bartender after they left. Mostly it was hand gestures, but still had us all laughing a ton by the end of our drinks. We took a quick picture with him before we left. Elliot may have gotten a little nip in the process from our bartender, but he was a good sport about it. Enjoying the area we found, we stumbled into another Izakaya that was based on Heavy Metal. Inside were some additional tourists, so of course we had to catch up with them and ...
... of Sidonia) in the theatre room at their huge share house. Sidonia no Kishi is a sci-fi anime taking place in the future, where people live at the giant spaceship Sidonia instead of Earth. The reason for this is the Gaunas - giant monsters destroying planets and eating people. Sidonia is, unlike Earth, able to move (since it´s a spaceship) so the population can flee all at once. The ...
... to the centre of the earth was in a mountain with weird creatures. There was this Rhino crossed with a centipede and it roared at the cart you were in which made the cart go faster and you went flying out of the mountain and then back in again. 20,000 leagues had weird creatures too. The Indiana Jones ride was really fun! You went over rickety bridges and skulls blew fire at you AND a huge boulder was rolled at you! ...
... figured that there would be Sumo Wrestling every weekend. In reality, there are only six professional tournaments per year and it just so happened that I was in the country for one of them - the Nagoya Tournament. Nagoya is the fourth largest city in Japan, a wonderfully vibrant city.