Hello everyone!

This is Hoka once again writing the blog.
If you ever asked me what is the best motivation for me working in Sakura Hotel, i can definitely say that 'The Guests' that I have met are
the most precious things for me.
Not only as a guests in the hotel, I feel that i have made so many friends around the world just under one roof we called Sakura Hotel.
Everyone has been really nice to me sharing their trips in Japan & stories from their own country.
Please let me share the friends that I have met last year.


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Hello!! This is Kanae from SAKURA HOTEL IKEBUKUKRO.
My first blog in 2018★
Happy New Year????

May this year be full of smiles !!
Look at my nice New Year's Decolation?


【笑門】=【Laugh and grow fat!!】


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As you know, today is the last day of 2017.

What is a typical way to spend NEW YEAR'S EVE in your country???

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Posted by: Rino (December 31, 2017 11:34 AM) | Permalink

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Sangria is an alcoholic beverage of Spanish and Portuguese origin.

A punch, the sangria traditionally consists of red wine and chopped fruit, often with other ingredients such as orange juice or brandy.


Sangria actually originates from Europe, most prominently Spain and Portugal, who brought it to South America during colonization. What we know as Sangria today has evolved over a number of years, as Europeans first drank spiced wine in the Middle

Ages. Alcohol was very safe to drink back then, as most water was unpurified and therefore could contain harmful bacteria. The alcohol in beer, wine, and spirits killed off these harmful germs. This lead to many people across Europe experimenting with

alcoholic drinks, which naturally included people putting spices and fruits in their wine.

Sangria itself officially got its start in Spain. When the Romans controlled the area around 200 BCE, they planted many vineyards across country. Vineyards were plentiful, which allowed Spain to ship their abundance of wines around the world. As a way to

create more types of wine, they added spices and fruits to create wine punches. These wine punches were named Sangria, which in Spanish translates to "bleeding," as a way to symbolize the drink's red color.

Do you wanna make it??

The recipe is quite simple

I'm gonna share some recipe!!


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Posted by: Leo (December 30, 2017 11:04 AM) | Permalink

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Merry Christmas everyone!

This is Ryo from sakura hotel Ikebukuro!

Today is Christmas!

How are you spend your Christmas?

I hope you enjoy a good Chistmas!


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Hello! This is Ryo from sakura hotel Ikubukuro!

I just started working for two weeks at Sakura hotel and cafe Ikebukuro!

Nice to meet you guys! I want to talk with people all over the world!


next page ⇒ Introduce myself

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Posted by: trainee (December 22, 2017 3:52 PM) | Permalink

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Hello everyone,
Here's Moha the staff of Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro.

Only a few days left for the new year
recently it's getting more & more cold everyday.

When you come to visit Tokyo, there's some places you have to go.
Always our guests here in Sakura Hotel asking us about how to go there &
what to see or what to do in those places.
Here's some of those places.

It's a district in Tokyo that is famous as the most popular nightlife area,
offering a large number of foreigner friendly bars, restaurants and night clubs.

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