May 2014 Archive.


Por todo Japón y concretamente en Tokyo abundan las tiendas de Golosinas, caramelos, chucherias, snacks, juguetes, baratijas y demás cosas curiosas susceptibles de ser deseadas por niños a la salida del colegio o en su días libres.

Throughout Japan and specifically Tokyo stores abound Candies, candies, sweets, snacks, toys, trinkets and other odd things that can be desired by children after the school.

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El mercado en Japón ofrece continuamente novedades de chicles, gominolas, jugetillos para montar entre otras muchas cosas, siempre está en continua evolución aunque hay un cierto tipo de productos que se mantienen al margen de los cambio, de esta manera ahora un Japonés de por ejemplo 40 años puede ir a una de estas tiendas y encontrará multitud de cosas de las que solían provocarle caries en su años más mozos como si no hubiera pasado el tiempo, y es que en Japón la nostalgia también es algo de lo que disfrutar.

The market in Japan continually offers new gum, jellies,little toys among many other things, is always evolving but there is a certain type of products that are kept outside this exchange, so now Japanese eg 40 years you can go to one of these stores and find plenty of things that used to like in his childhood as if he had not spent time in Japan is that nostalgia is also something I enjoy.

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Seguro que si entrais en una de estas tiendas encontrareis a algún japonés que mientras mira las estanterias exclama "Natsukasi!!" (Que Nostalgia!)

Surely if you go into one of these stores you will find some Japanese people that while watching the shelves exclaims "Natsukasi!" (That Nostalgia!)


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Posted by: Manuel (May 31, 2014 5:08 AM) | Permalink

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Bonjour!
Hi guys!

Three (four??) years ago, in a distant galaxy...No, just kidding you. But it is a trip I've done like 3 ish years ago.

Aujourd'hui, nous parlons de Kamakura! La ville se situe dans la préfecture de Kanagawa et abrite la fameuse statue en bronze du Bouddha de Kamakura. Le voici!!
Today, I will pay you guys a short visit of kamakura! kamakura is a town located in Kanagawa prefecture and is famous for the bronze statue of the Great Buddha of kamakura. Here he is!!
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En sus, une petite photo montrant le Bouddha dans toute sa grandeur!
And a picture with people as a scale to get how damn high it is!
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Voici la caverne Taya (aussi appelée Yugado), où des centaines de petites statues bouddhiques ont été conservées durant des siècles par les croyants de la secte Shingon.
Here is the Taya Cavern (also called yugado), where hundreds of small statues have been kept for hundred of years as a credo from Shingon sect followers.
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Pour finir, le petit Ryokan dans lequel j'ai séjourné une nuit.
And to finish, a small Ryokan (a sort of inn) where I slept one night.
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On se retrouve plus tard pour un nouvel article!
See you later for a new paper!



Posted by: trainee (May 29, 2014 1:02 PM) | Permalink

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Olá amigos!
Hoje vou falar sobre SUMO, o esporte muito japonês e nosso espirito.
Já tinha assitido o jogo de SUMO ao vivo?
Se não......tem que ir agora agora!!! Com certeza que vai se tornar fanático dos lutadores de SUMO!

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Hi there! This is Akina!
I went watching SUMO wrestring was holding at Ryogoku Kokugikan stadium.
It was soooooo exciting xD Have you seen the wrestring in stadium already? If not yet, you must go there right now!!
You will be a big fan!!


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Posted by: Akina (May 27, 2014 5:29 PM) | Permalink

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Como es ya bien sabido por todos en Japón abundan todo tipos de máquinas, expendedoras o que ofrecen todo tipo de servicios.

Las más comunes son las expendedoras de bebidas, aunque también hay de comida, snacks, libros, flores, ropa, etc....

En otro tipo de máquinas puedes imprimir archivos o cambiarlos de formato, hacerte fotografías, tarjetas de visita entre otras muchas cosas.

Is well known by everyone that in Japan you can find many types of machines, vending or offering all kinds of services.

The most common is the drink vending ones, but there are too if food, snacks, books, flowers, clothes, etc ....

On other machines you can print files or changing format, make photos, business cards and many other things.

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El otro día ví por primera vez una máquina que te imprime la fotografía que tu quieras en un Puzzle, es una idea sencilla pero no la había visto antes. La verdad es que en España la gente no es muy aficionada pero en Japón tienen algo más de interés por los Puzzles y rompecabezas.

The other day I saw a machine that prints the picture that you want in a Puzzle, is a simple idea but had not seen before. The truth is that in Europe the people not like the Puzzle very much of but in Japan have some more interest in Brain games & Puzzle.

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Acepta varios tipos de formatos como memorias USB, tarjetas Micro SD, Cd, e incluso puedes enviar el archivo desde el teléfono móvil.

Accepts a variety of diferent formats such as USB drives, Micro SD cards, CDs, and you can even send the file from your mobile phone.

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Tienes varios tamaños y números de piezas y puede ser un regalo original.

Si quereis conocer más cosas curiosas e interesantes sobre Tokyo y sobre Japón nos podeis seguir en nuestro perfil de Facebook de Sakura Hotel en Español, hasta la vista!

Have several sizes and difficult levels, and can be a unique gift. See you next time!!



Posted by: Manuel (May 26, 2014 1:30 AM) | Permalink

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The other day I went past Harajyuku Tkeshita street and it was so busy with both foreign and domestic tourists as usual that I felt like taking pictures. Harajyuku, especially Takeshita Street, is the one of the must-visit-places in Tokyo.

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As you see above, many high schools and junior high schools in other part of Japan are choosing Takeshita street as one of destinations of their school trips.

That is why there are many shops for teenagers there. Japanese teenagers, especialy girls,are kind of famous worldwidefor creating unique fashion and culture.

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And of cours they love sweet stuff.

Crepes are really popular.

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Whenever you go to Takeshita street, it is full of festive mood and there is alway something interesting going on there.

You have no choice but to visit there and have fun, once you come to Tokyo!



Posted by: trainee (May 25, 2014 4:15 PM) | Permalink

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Howdy! I've been to my local town Gumma.
Did you know that Tomioka silk mill in Gumma will be declared a World heritage site!?

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Gumma is one of the automobile societies in Japan.
So, I went to drive around with the car which Lupin the 3rd drove in the movie!



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Posted by: Shun (May 23, 2014 8:18 AM) | Permalink

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It eas getting cold suddenly last night, are you ok about the physical condition.
In recent days, the place where many people who are ill, food makes warm if you feel cold & meed to warm.
Eating delicious food, I want to get a healthy.
Among them, I recommend the curry!!
Japanese curry is delicious & I like it but I say Indian curry is the best.
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Posted by: masa (May 22, 2014 5:23 AM) | Permalink

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