Maruyoshi Ryokan

7-2-3 Nijuyonken 4 Jo, Nishi-ku, Sapporo, Ishikari, Hokkaido, 063-0804, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located on 7-2-3 Nijuyonken 4 Jo, Nishi-ku, Sapporo, is near Susukino, Ishiya Chocolate Factory, Maruyama Zoo, and Hokkaido Jingu.
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Travel Blogs from Sapporo

Time to Say Goodbye

A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Mar 28, 2014

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... U.S., I think it helped hold me over until I can get back to my real doctor. I will definitely miss my massage-like chiropractic experience and think it was a good use of an hour of my time and $30 of Chris' money.
Wednesday night was our last dinner with our friends Gabriel and Sarah and we took them to sukiyaki. We had been to the same restaurant in February with Chris' sister, and the waiter remembered us. I'm guessing they don't get a lot of foreigners. This style ...

Pounding rice with a few Japanese men.

A travel blog entry by drummerman18 on Dec 30, 2013

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Pounding rice with a few Japanese men. Never thought i'd say that (again). Mochitsuki (or the pounding of rice) is an annual tradition which started back in... to be honest i dunno. I tried to guess and i could even just open up another tab now and search but i can't be bothered. It's ages ago anyway. Maybe. Probably. My kouchou sensei (that's the principle to you losers who don't know Japanese) asked me at school about a week ago if i wanted ...

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell on Dec 07, 2013

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... when you pulled it out of the hot liquid in the pot. We discussed how Americans don't eat raw egg but we were assured that Japanese eggs are sterilized more than American ones and that we wouldn't get sick. I am not sure how much truth there is to that but I did use one with my meal and didn't throw up the next day, so that's a plus. At dinner, Chris and I taught everyone some common English expressions, like huh, yeah and ununun (when you are saying "I don't know" but just use ...

Sapporo .....before it snows!

A travel blog entry by lmkuehnl on Nov 06, 2013

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... scalded my feet. But the shower felt GREAT.

After dinner, we headed to the JR Tower (JR = Japan Railroad) which is the highest building in Sapporo and has an observation deck on the 38th floor. One of the interesting sites here is the men's restroom.....as the brochure says: "With the monopolized overwhelming sense of openness as its concept, this restroom was designed with exterior ...

Teach for the stars.

A travel blog entry by drummerman18 on Sep 11, 2013

... it back to you. But they are all so scared of trying anything different it was really hard to get them to focus. Eventually they got it and this is where i went for something new.

I decided to make the whole class into a sort of rhythm section. So i got one row to stomp on every beat (1234), the next row to clap on 1 and 3, the following row to say good on 1 and 3 and the final row to say morning on 2 and 4. After trying for aaaaaages to keep the first row stomping on every beat ...

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