My name is Ayako Shinohara.

I'm a new stuff of Sakura Hotel "IKEBUKURO".


I can speak Korea !!!!
I am studying to speak English as well as Korean !!!!

I will upload a brief self-introduction and photos.
If you click 【READ MORE】 after the picture,You can see other pictures.


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Posted by: trainee (June 21, 2018 7:20 PM) | Permalink

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Today I'm gonna share about "Ameyoko" in Ueno

It's one of very popular place for sightseeing.

You can get some foods, bags, items cheap in here.

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Posted by: Leo (June 19, 2018 11:00 AM) | Permalink

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Konnichiwa~~ hello helooo :-)
this is shikamai from sakura Ikebukuro.
The other day I met the precious moment.

Ta-dah!!!

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Our guest from Spain brought back this box!
...I think there is ? mark in your mind.
Guess what is this box for !


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Posted by: shikamai (June 18, 2018 7:17 PM) | Permalink

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Hello.

I'm Hiroshi with trainee.

The rainy season begins!. Take care your health.

Well, I went to see the hydrangea in Kamakura the other day, so today I will introduce about it.

To the Kamakura area, if you use the Shonan Shinjuku Line, you can take to get to there about one hour from Ikebukuro station.

To "Tokeiji" in Kitakamakura!

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It looks like a Zen temple built in the 1200's, and hydrangea became the best time to see in early June.

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Hydrangea is a representative flower by the rainy season of Japan, By the way, flower language seems to be "patient love"

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When I went there, I had made a special public of "Iwagarami" which is one of hydrangea varieties.

【Period MAY 19th-JUNE 10th

It was very mysterious, blooming all over the wall!

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Have you ever tried Japanese sweets?

It is a sweet made by imagining the four seasons and you can enjoy not only taste but also appearance. By the way it has been made with flowers motif.

【Period JUNE 1st-17th

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Both the hydrangea and the tea shop are near the end of term. If this year is hard to go there, please visit next year!

Thank you for reading!!

Hiroshi



Posted by: trainee (June 15, 2018 9:00 PM) | Permalink

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Hace unos días estuve paseando por la mañana por la bonita zona de Sugamo y por la noche en Ikebukuro. Voy a ir colgando algunas fotos de lo que me encontré en esta jornada.

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Tienda de Melon-pan en la calle comercial de Sugamo (más adelante hablo un poco sobre esta calle).

El melon pan es un bollo muy típico en Japón. (Por cierto, en japonés pan de dice pan, y melón se dice melon (o meron que es lo mismo ya que para su alfabeto la L y la R son lo mismo).
Se llama así por su forma redonda y textura que parece un melón, lo podeis encontrar en cualquier supermercado y ultimamente también están proliferando tiendas donde preparan estos bollos de manera artesana y te los puedes llevar recién hechos.

Este establecimiento era como una panadería donde además de varios tipos diferentes de melon pan horneaban también algunas otras especialidades como croissant.

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En Tokio hay salas de video-juegos y máquinas recreativas de varios pisos como los Taito Station o las salas de Sega.

Esta vez visité una Taito Station en Ikebukuro, recomiendo subir al piso de arriba y luego ir bajando y viendo piso por piso, serguro que os sorprendereis de la variedad y de las máquinas tan originales.

Aunque ya tienen unos cuantos años mi favorita son las cabinas de Gundam como la de la foto, lástima que no he podido sacar los mandos tan chulos con detalle. La sensación de sentarte en la butaca con la pantalla envolvente es fantástica. Por cierto, también hay unas cabinas de este estilo de Star Wars.


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Posted by: Manuel (June 14, 2018 6:34 AM) | Permalink

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The rainy season has started in Tokyo.
Usualy it lasts for several weeks

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Posted by: Kazu (June 12, 2018 9:03 AM) | Permalink

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Hello hello ^^

This is Hanif from Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro.

Today, i want to introduce about a translate application that you can you when you are travveling in Japan.

When i was an university student in Japan, there is an application that i used when i want to study Japanese.
Then i realised that this application is quite useful if you need translate when you are in Japan.
The application is LINE. YES, LINE!

Actually LINE can help you translate when you have problem to communicate with Japanese.


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Posted by: trainee (June 11, 2018 3:55 PM) | Permalink

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Hello guys.?

How are youuuuuu


Hope everybody doing well!



By the way, we had such a fun guest from Mexico who stayed 10 nights with us.


He is Daniel.


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Posted by: Rino (June 10, 2018 7:00 PM) | Permalink

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We hold an event on 24th, June!!!

[Sugamo Jizo-dori street & Tokyo streetcar Free walking tour by Tokyo City Guide Club]

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Sugamo (巣鴨) is a shopping district along Tokyo's Yamatote Line.
Jizo Dori street is also known as the "Old Ladies' Harajuku".
There are over 200 shops that sell clothing, traditional food and other goods.


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Posted by: Nanami (June 9, 2018 12:30 PM) | Permalink

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Hello! This is Natsuko from Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro.
I am from Kochi and moved to Tokyo 2 weeks ago.

Today I will introduce Kochi.
Do you know Kochi?
It is located in Shikoku.
Kochi prefecture is famous for "katsuo no tataki" meaning seared bonito. The best way to taste with salt and garlic instead of ponzu, soy-based japanese sauce in Kochi!! It's delicious!!

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