Toyoko Inn Kobe Sannomiya
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Today I had my field lab for my Social Psychology class. For every class there is a mandatory field lab in a certain country that counts towards 20% of your grade. This field lab was to meet with students from Kobe University on their Foreign Studies campus and talk with them about the differences in studying in Japan vs. the US and the ways they interact within relationships and the way they view ...
... they renovate they don't go halfway. Our tour was less about the castle and more about the reno- they've constructed a complete building, with elevators, over the 5 story castle (they estimate that it will require 1 year to take the building down after the renovation is complete). Interesting if you want to see a project like this but less so if you wanted to see the castle.
Osaka was a nice introduction to the fun side of Japan and we really enjoyed our stay ...
... but is grey and black. We
couldn’t refuse and bought her for 50 kuai (about $7.50). She is a little shy but is adapting to the
house quickly. Her name, naturally, due
to her pattern and the "m" theme, is Mackerel.
Her and Mustard get along well enough and I’m sure will become great
friends over time. Unfortunately, her
health is not quite as good and will have to go to the vet this week but should
... have another restaurant at Dotombori, Osaka). The restaurant is called Bikkuri Donkey (which translates to Surprise Donkey). Weird name for a restaurant, but then I've given up trying to understand some of the weird stuff I've come across in this country (which is the same stuff that makes this country such a cool place to visit).
Bikkuri Donkey is a strange mix-up of cultures. The best way I can describe it, is to take an ...
... warehouse) and a Japanese woman came around the corner – she was so surprised to see us, I thought she was going to drop the jug she had in her hand! We scared the life out of her I think! She didn’t speak any English and gestured for us to wait there (we are quite experts at hand gestures now, both giving and receiving – its a world-wide communication tool). She went away to hopefully get someone who could speak at least a bit of English and we waited ...