November 2017 Archive.

Hello everyone! Sebastian here!

This is my last blog here in Ikebukuro before I will return to Hatagaya. If you are interested please continue to read my blogs there as well :)

Although it's almost winter (at least calender wise) it has been pretty warm for a long time here in the land of the rising sun.
So while in Germany the trees have already lost almost all of their leaves the colors started changing here only quite recently.
Nevertheless it is very beautiful. The amount of trees carrying a full red or yellow colour is far higher than at home.

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Posted by: trainee (November 30, 2017 7:04 AM) | Permalink

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Hey! This is your favorite blogger Hoka once again writing the blog!
Do you know every month, Sakura hotel often organize various event for guests!
Since its the Autumn season, we had a chance to bring our guests to the famous Samurai garden in Hamarikyu!

Today, our team consist of guests from different countries!
1. Russia
2. Singapore
3. Spain
4. Brazil
5. Germany


So what are you waiting for? Lets go~

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Posted by: Hawker (November 29, 2017 4:27 AM) | Permalink

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Hello! It's Rino from Sakura hotel Ikebukuro

How have you guys been doing?

Hope you haven't or won't catch a cold :p

By the way, were you able to feel autumn these past few weeks?

I actually love autumn!

Especially, change of the seasons between autumn and winter feels so fast all the time tho.

But the last autumn which is last month, I went to see autumn leaves in Tokyo.


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Posted by: Rino (November 28, 2017 6:22 PM) | Permalink

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El mes pasado escribí un poco sobre mi visita a Ise, hoy voy a poner algunas fotos más de esas vacaciones.

Para ver la primera parte pinchar aquí.


Para matar el gusanillo unos dulces japoneses con té siempre son bienvenidos.

En Ise hay varias confiterías que llevan funcionando la tira de años, supongo que dependiendo del paladar al principio pueda costar un poco acostumbrarse pero a mí ahora me encantan todos los dulces y pasteles japoneses.


Bueno, esta fotografía no la he tomado en Ise, la he tomado hoy aquí en el barrio de Ikebukuro en Tokio. He probado la Pepsi especial Navidad con sabor a Tarta de nata con fresas, toma ya.
En Japón digamos que hay tradición de comer pastel por Navidad, lo que llaman el Christams Cake, que normalmente es de Nata con Fresas. Puede parecer un poco empalagoso pero normalmente no es muy dulce, tiene su justa medida de azúcar y las fresas por aquí suelen ser muy buenas, de hecho lo siento por las fresas españolas porque no tienen nada que hacer frente a las fresasb y fresones japoneses, es así.

Y sobre esta Pepsi, pues bueno..., si te gustan los refrescos y tal está buena, digamos que sí que tiene cierto gusto a tarta, saboreandola te sientes más imbuido por el espíritu navideño.

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Posted by: Manuel (November 27, 2017 6:47 AM) | Permalink

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Hey, everyone!

Here is my introduce about Okayama located in the Chugoku region on the main island of Honshu.


It takes about 4 hours by bullet train.


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Posted by: Sumire (November 26, 2017 7:40 PM) | Permalink

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Hello everybody! It's Sebastian!

In this blog I want to talk about my work here at Sakura Hotel a bit.

During my time studying in Germany I already worked in a big hotel and on a cruise ship. I like being in touch with other people and in most cases people that go on a cruise or check into a hotel for a trip are in a good mood.


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Posted by: trainee (November 25, 2017 10:22 PM) | Permalink

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(From England)

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Posted by: Leo (November 24, 2017 11:31 AM) | Permalink

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Hello, this is your favorite blogger, HOKA,
once again writting the hotel's blog!

I had a short holiday a few days ago and i decided to had a solo backpacking trip around Japan!
For this trip, i did not had any plan in mind on where to go, all i had in mind was to get lost in Japan, while having the mindset of looking for the best place to see the best autumn places!

Here's my travel course.


Getting lost for this priceless scenery!

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Posted by: Hawker (November 21, 2017 6:05 PM) | Permalink

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