February 2014 Archive.


Las calles de Tokyo y de Japón son conocidas por la cantidad de letreros luminosos y de neón que hay en ellas, aquí os dejo algunas instantaneas que tomé hace un par de años en Kabukicho (Shunjuku, Tokyo) y en Yokohama.

The streets of Tokyo and Japan are known for the amount of neon signs, here you have some pictures that I took a couple of years ago in Kabukicho (Shunjuku, Tokyo) and Yokohama city.

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Normalmente los lugares de ocio, restaurantes, karaokes, tabernas, etc, no se encuentran solamente en la planta de los edificios como por ejemplo en Europa sino que puede haber un negocio diferente en cada planta, de ahí que aparezcan tantos letreros en una sola fachada.

Normally restaurants, karaoke, taverns, etc., are not only on the ground of buildings such as in Europe, may have a different business on each floor, then there appear many signs on the facade .

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No todas las calles están tan iluminadas ni recargadas, depende de en que zona te encuentres.

Not all streets are so bright and recharged depends on which area you there is more quiet streets too.


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Posted by: Manuel (February 28, 2014 7:00 AM) | Permalink

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How's it going? Finally, It's getting warmer in Tokyo.
As you may know, we have travelers over 100 different coutries each year.

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Especially, a tour gourp like picture above is coming every year.
Why do they book with us? There are some reason that you can see on next page....


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Posted by: Shun (February 26, 2014 12:00 AM) | Permalink

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Hacía bastante que no nevaba tanto en Tokyo, y eso que el año pasado ya nevó bastante. Pues este año otra vez ha nevado y mucho. Os dejo algunas fotografías de los alrededores de mi casa.

Snowed pretty much in Tokyo again this last week, and that last year too snowed a lot. Here is some pictures from near my house.

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El parque estaba particularmente precioso, no sé si podeis apreciar en el centro de la foto una pequeña niña con un paraguas...

The park was particularly lovely, I do not know if you can be seen in the center of the picture a little girl with an umbrella ...


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Posted by: Manuel (February 23, 2014 7:33 AM) | Permalink

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Hey guys!
What's up?Today, since it's cold, I was thinking of snowmen.
Yes, why not talk about snowmen AGAIN?

Yes, but no.

I have another punchline up my sleeve:
" It's cold, so let's speak about sushi"

How about that?
Who cares if there is no connexion between cold and this traditional food?!

So let me introduce you to our guest:

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Hanburg sushi!


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Posted by: trainee (February 21, 2014 7:00 AM) | Permalink

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Hi Ya!

As I wrote before on this blog,

I went to the world's first Kit Kat store opened on 17th Jan

to get limited flavours can be bought at only the store.

But at that night when I went, unfortunately they're sold out already..

So I re-revisited the store in the morning around 10AM, just after they opened.


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Posted by: Aki (February 20, 2014 4:29 PM) | Permalink

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¿Conocen la festividad de "El día de las niñas"? Se celebra el día 3 de Marzo (3 del 3) en Todo Japón y se llama "Hina-Matsuri" (ひなまつり)

You know the Japanese holiday of "Girls Day"?The 3 March (3 of 3) is called "Hina-Matsuri" (ひなまつり)

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Este día lo celebran las familias que tienen alguna niña o mienbro femenino todavía en edad "casadera".

This day is celebrated by families who have a child or female age that is still marriageable.

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En las casas se colocan a modo de adorno estos días las muñecas Hinaningyo. En la foto una muñecas de hace unos 70 años.

In the houses are placed for decoration these days Hinaningyo dolls. In the picture one up about 70 years ago.

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Y también se degustan algunos snacks o dulces típicos para estás fechas. Los hay tradicionales y algunos más actuales.

Some snacks or sweets are very popular these days. There is traditional and New types of this sweets..


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Posted by: Manuel (February 19, 2014 7:54 PM) | Permalink

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