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... and moves in with her boyfriend. So that was interesting. And then I talked with Yuta and he was saying how in the Japanese culture you are supposed to be married by time you are 23-24 and he does not want to get married. The Japanese culture is changing so much in their young generation and this is happening a lot. Women and young people are going against their heritage and not getting married ...
... sont un peu latins sur les bords... Donc si vous pensiez que les Italiens sont un peu trop ''passionnés'' par le foot, attendez de voir dans quel état Osaka se met pour le baseball...
Oui, du baseball. Encore une de mes ''premières fois'' japonaise! Déjà sachez que c'est LONG (3h), que vous risquez pas de perdre le compte des points (3 en 3h) et que les règles sont complètement ubuesques (il est question d'un carré imaginaire....) Dieu merci j'étais ...
... all taxi drivers, is dressed in a suit and tie,
and the cab is spotless. As we left the
station, every uniformed security guard we passed either bowed to us, or gave a
salute. It took about 15 minutes through
traffic to get to the hotel which is on a side street, more like an alley. Somehow their reservation for us didn’t agree
with what we’d paid for. They had us
sharing a Japanese double bed. Victor
... that I wont get to try it again on this trip. It was that good.
Midway through the meal, who should show up, but Santa Claus, Mrs Clause, and 2 Japanese elfettes. Kinda weird, but the girls got a kick out of it. We chatted to Santa briefly (an American, as was his "wife") before they had to keep moving to spread merriment to other diners. They happily posed for photos with the girls though.
After fixing the bill, ...
... Once there I left my baggage and went to explore the area for a while and "walk off" that what was still keeping me awake.
After a brief exploration of the area I found that I was in Osaka's famously known Korea Town (http://www.osaka-info.jp/en/search/det ...