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We started off last Sunday in Sapporo, dining in a good crab restaurant. That was a nice experience! We were seated on low tables on tatami but luckily they made a hole under the table for our legs, so we didn't have to fold them up the whole meal. They had big bassins with crabs and we tried everything in little dishes: king crab, snow crab and wooly or hairy crab. It was delicious, now we know what these guys on the deadliest catch are working ...
... and has been living here ever since, now married to a Japanese lady. As a result, he speaks fluent English, French and Japanese. He also has some eclectic hobbies, predominately related to traditional Japanese culture, so has been a fantastic source of information and a different perspective on Japan and Japanese culture. He has been a real bonus to the trip! We have been staying in a mix of Japanese ryokan (Japanese Inns) and more western hotels. However ...
... stop. It started to rain, and the tour concluded by driving us back. On the way , we stopped at Sunagawa highway oasis, a tourist souvenir stop where all kind of tasty treats are being sold. We arrived at Sapporo bus station at 7:30 PM and after saying goodbye to everyone on the bus and the tour guide, I hit back into the underground mall to grab some dinner prior to heading home. After dinner I did the ohuro again, feeling fully relaxed for ...
We decided to try the a Western breakfast this morning at the cafe on the 1st Floor. Robyn and Trevor were already there. We had the full breakfast. I opted for the omelette and Joseph had the fried eggs. We had soup, salad, toast, yoghurt, ham and sausages. Unfortunately, the omelette was too runny for me so Joseph had another helping of eggs.
We caught the Super-Ozora 3 from Sapporo at 8.51am to arrive in Shintoku at 11.06am. The weather forecast was ...
In the morning it was still raining and the clouds hanging low. No point to go on a mountain when you cannot see anything
So we decided to visit the lavender fields and town in Furano closed by. There farms that grow lavender - and for once not rice fields or soy beans - and those are attractions to Japanese tourists. There is a local train line going there which came handy
We ate at ...