July 2017 Archive.


Hiya!

 

Have you ever visited Kyoto?

 

Kyoto is the city where is formerly as Japan's capital more than thousand year,

and is nowadays known as one of the most famous place for sightseeing in Japan

since countless historically temples and shrines are being preserved.

 

Not only in Tokyo or somewhere, dropping in there is highly recommended when staying Japan.

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Posted by: Aki (July 31, 2017 8:25 AM) | Permalink

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Kagawa Prefecture "soul food" is UDON(Traditional Japanese Noodle).

I went to Kagawa to eat Udon!! It was soooooo nice :)

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Posted by: Nanami (July 30, 2017 7:45 PM) | Permalink

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Normalmente los Japoneses entre horas, para merendar, para matar el gusanillo o cuando se van de excursión, etc comen Onigiri (Bola de arroz rellena, de atún, de algas, de ciruela encurtida..., etc) que es como los "Bocadillos" o Sandwiches en España, aunque ya hace bastante años que poco a poco el "pan" ha ido tomando cada vez más presencia en los comercios.

La compañía panificadora "Yamazaki" lleva años comercializando unos Sandwich sin la corteza o bordes del pan que además están cerrados por los bordes, de esta manera resultan bastante limpios, y si no está mordido no se puede ver el relleno. Se llama LUNCH PACK y son como un Bollicao Japonés, todo el mundo los conoce y a casi todos les gusta.

Capa paquete lleva dos sandwich así que es ideal para compartir y su precio ronda desde los 85 a 135 yenes.

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Hay infinidad de sabores, unos pocos con los sabores "Estandard" que puedes encontrar siempre a la venta, entre estos sabores tan populares está el de Crema de Cacahuete, muy suave y rico con el detalle de un cacahuete estampado en cada uno de los sandwich (ver foto de arriba).

Otro de los más típicos es el de Huevo, y está genial, debe llevar droga o algo así porque es que de vez en cuando necesitas comer alguno.

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Un puntal de venta en un Supermercado. Deendiendo de el sabor el precio cambia completamente.


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Posted by: Manuel (July 28, 2017 5:59 AM) | Permalink

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Hey everyone,
Here's Moha the staff of Sakura Hotel/Cafe Ikebukuro.

Shibuya is one of the famous places in the center of Tokyo.
Shibuya station is just 12 min by train from Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro.

In today's blog i'd like to introduce for you some attractions that you can visit in Shibuya area

Shibuya is one of most colorful and busy districts here in Tokyo,
packed with shopping, dining and nightclubs serving many of the visitors that come to this district everyday.
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Posted by: Moha (July 27, 2017 8:09 AM) | Permalink

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Went to Event "Food Sample Tour"with Sakura Staff and Sakura House Guests.

It was my first time to join Sakura Hotel Event so I was sooo excited!!!

 

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Posted by: Leo (July 26, 2017 11:00 AM) | Permalink

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Hey, It is Sumire!

We have many guests from so many different country every single day.

I have met amazing guests ever.

So I would like to introduce them!!!!

He is from Italy, sort of regular guest. He stay in Sakura Hotel Asakusa each time he visit Japan.

I taught Japanese to him because he has tried to learn.

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Posted by: Sumire (July 25, 2017 9:40 PM) | Permalink

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I hang out with my friend who met at ESL school for studied abroad .

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Posted by: trainee (July 24, 2017 1:02 PM) | Permalink

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Hey, This is Sumire!

Today I would like to introduce my favorite Japanese foods to you.

As you know, eating is one of my favorite things!

The first, this is called "Sukiyaki".

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Sukiyaki is a hot-pot dish style. The general ingriedints are beef meats, some vegetables, dipping it in a raw egg.


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Posted by: Sumire (July 22, 2017 11:30 PM) | Permalink

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