December 2016 Archive.

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Pues hoy pondré fotografías de dos temas que no tienen nada que ver el uno con el otro, cosa que es bastante habitual en mis post ya que simplemente me dedico a poner fotos del día a día sin ton ni son.

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Esta fotografía es una muestra de las panorámicas que se pueden disfrutar desde lo alto del mirador del edificio del Gobierno Metropolitano de Tokio ubicado en la parte Oeste del barrio de Shinjuku.

La semana pasada ya comenté acerca de este singular edificio, sin quieren refrescarse la memoria pulsen aquí. 1482260223500.jpg

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Casa de té ubicada en los jardines japoneses de Kenrokuen, son unos jardines preciosos de más de 11 hectáreas y cuenta con un varios estanques.


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Posted by: Manuel (December 30, 2016 12:16 AM) | Permalink

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Goodday everyone,
This is Kazuya trainee staff at Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro.

Have you eaten Okonomiyaki and Monjyayaki?

There are 2 types of Okonomiyaki which are Osaka style Okonomiyaki and Hiroshima style Ooknomiyaki.

There are almost same but cooking process and texture are so different.

Please try eating and trying to find your own taste.

I reccomend Hiroshima Style. Because that to go with the beer!

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Monjyayaki is a traditional food of Tokyo.

Use a small spatula to scoop and the eat the small bite-sized portions.

It's same to go with the beer!

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If you come to Japan. Please try it all.

Thank you!



Posted by: trainee (December 28, 2016 10:00 AM) | Permalink

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I went to a fire prevention lecture a few days ago with my friends!⇒BLOG

Do you know this Symbol?

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This is "Star of life"  Symbol of emergency medicine.

We can find this symbol all over the world.


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Posted by: ai (December 26, 2016 2:53 PM) | Permalink

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This is Nanami from Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro.

How do you spend the New Year's day in your country?

Show you Japanese New Year :)

AKEMASHITE OMEDETO!!

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Posted by: Nanami (December 22, 2016 8:00 PM) | Permalink

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