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Wow, what a whirl wind couple of weeks! I've survived training, and am busy settling into my new home and schools!
I live a tiny little shoebox apartment, which is extremely cute and I think just the perfect size for me! I live in a district called Hazeshinmachi, which is approximately a 30 minute walk east of the Fukuchiyama train station. It is a rural town, with (MASSIVE!) ...
... pink sweet with bean paste inside. This was followed with a crab soup that had about half a crab per person and was absolutely delicious. We were then given some Tajima beef with a ponzu dipping sauce. Once again, the beef was fantastic (and we hadn't even got to Kobe yet!). This was followed by some Kara age (deep fried fish) served with some very extravagant strands of what looked and tasted a lot like prawn crackers, before ...
... here were to be worn outside and as such, we had three layers to our Yukata. The first two were full length robes that we wrapped round ourselves, securing them in place with a sash. The third layer only covered our torsos and tied together with drawstrings on the garment itself. There were also special shoes to be worn when outside, which have to go down as the least comfortable shoes that I have ever worn! They were essentially between toe flip ...
... will be at various junior high and elementary schools in the region (unsure how many at this stage).
- I will be living in my very own cute Japanese "apartment", which is actually more like a shoe-box! Haha
- I will be paid approx 2,300,000 yen/month(approx. $2,480AUD) .
- Develop my Japanese speaking, reading and writing skills ...
... middle. Then you put the coat on over the top. It was quite warm. Once settled and tea was drunk we went down stairs to the reception area for a few drinks. The hotel has its own microbrewery so Noel was in his element. We tried them all. At 5pm we had booked a private onsen as all the baths in the town are separate. It was so nice. A huge bathtub filled with natural mineral water which was about 40 degrees. And it was open to the outside world so ...