Chazuke (茶漬け, ちゃづけ) or ochazuke (お茶漬け, from (o)cha 'tea' + tsuke 'submerge') is a simple Japanese dish made by pouring green tea, dashi, or hot water over cooked rice.

Common toppings include Japanese pickles(tsukemono), umeboshi, nori (seaweed), furikake, sesame seeds, tarako and mentaiko (salted and marinated pollock roe), salted salmon, shiokara (pickled seafood), scallions and wasabi.

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Hari ini bercakap perkara yang berkaitan dengan gambar.

Kaldi adalah kedai jual biji kopi yang agak popular di Jepun.
Tapi bos pergi pun, bos tidak pernah beli pun.

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Posted by: Hanif (March 12, 2020 10:50 PM) | Permalink

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Hello everyone! It's Jeremie!

Last time i told you about a new way to experience the traditional japanese cherry blossom.

This time I will show you something that I really enjoy doing which is wondering around the streets to find little cozy cafe. In Japan there are plenty of these little establishments if you dare venture out of the big crowded streets full of chain shops.

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Jjapaguri / Chapaguri (????) is simply a combination of two different Korean instant noodles "Jjapaghetti (????)" and "Neoguri (???)".

Individually they are quite different noodles. Jjapagehtti is a cut down instant version of Korean black bean noodle and it is served dry (not served in a soup).

On the contrary, Neoguri is an udon noodle dish served in a spicy soup and its distinctive feature is including dried kelp (kombu) in the packet.

So by mixing these two noodles, you make a new hybrid noodle called Jjapaguri / Chapaguri.

Most recently, it was featured in a Korean movie - Parasite (2019). The English translation for Jjapaguri was ramdong.?

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Posted by: Peisan (March 6, 2020 7:37 PM) | Permalink

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Hello everyone! It's Mai.
I was here 3 month ago because I started working at Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro as a trainee for 2 weeks!
After that I have been to other 4 brunch of Sakura Hotel, and I just came back!☆
This is my final term of training.
So I would like to introduce about guests who I met in each Sakura Hotel!


@Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro

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Posted by: trainee (March 4, 2020 10:59 AM) | Permalink

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Ya queda cada vez menos para la esperada época de el florecimiento de los cerezos y se nota que las temperaturas comienzan a subir.

Vamos con las fotos de estos días:


Como cada año por estas fechas Coca-Cola lanza sus botellines con diseño exclusivo de Cerezos en flor (Sakura?????????) ¿Que les parecen?


Divertidas chaqueta Sukajan "Souvenir jacket" en un comercio en Tokio.
Este tipo de chaquetas se crearon después del final de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, los soldados estadounidenses utilizaban restos de las telas de los paracaídas para crear chaquetas ligeras similares a las chaquetas de las universidades estadounidenses. Al regresar a su país para llevarse un recuerdo las decoraban con motivos que provenían de inspiración militar y luego se diversificaron con una mezcla de cultura japonesa y estadounidense. Poco después se comenzaron a crear y vender en tiendas cercanas a las bases militares de Japón como la de la ciudad de Yokosuka y a día de hoy son conocidas en todo el mundo. En Tokio se pueden encontrar en multitud de tiendas y ultimamente los motivos que las decoran se han ampliado con personajes de comics manga, video-juegos y películas, puedes encontrar fácilmente estas chaqueta de estas con Godzilla, Mazinger-Z, One Piece o Evangelion.

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Posted by: Manuel (March 2, 2020 11:50 AM) | Permalink

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Hi, Staff Hanif is here!
Usually I'm just write the blog in Malay, but this time I7m just feel
want to write in English.

Ok, so just want to share with you guys about 1 thing about myself,
that is i'm really like cheese cake.

Started to like cheese cake when I came to Japan, eat Pablo cheese Tart.
(well, in Malaysia Cheese type products are quite expensive)


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Posted by: Hanif (February 29, 2020 12:00 PM) | Permalink

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Hi there it's Yo just started working here at Sakura hotel Ikebukuro.

It is a pleasure to work as a part of the Sakura hotel team.

Let me talk a little bit about myself here.

I used to work as a bartender here in Japan and also when I was in Sydney, Australia

The only reason I wanted to be a bartender was just because I love drinking lol

So basically what I like always comes with beer lol

Anyway, Hope you visit us at Sakura hotel Ikebukuro.

Let's have some beer talking!!


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