Ya hemos comenzado Abril, voy a poner unas fotos de el final de este pasado Marzo.


Cerezos en flor en el barrio de Itabashi en Tokio. Esta fotografia es de el año 2019.


El día tres de Marzo (el 3 de el 3) se celebra en Japón el día de las niñas, este día se come un dulce típico llamado Sakura mochi. Hay una versión de chocolatinas Kit-kat de esta golosina tradicional y como siempre no me he podido resistir a probarlar.

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One of the planet's most awe-inspiring sights, the Iguazú Falls are simply astounding. A visit is a jaw-dropping, visceral experience, and the power and noise of the cascades - a chain of hundreds of waterfalls nearly 3km in extension - live forever in the memory. An added benefit is the setting: the falls lie split between Brazil and Argentina in a large expanse of national park, much of it rainforest teeming with unique flora and fauna.

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The cherry blossoms in Japan have already begun.

But because the new coronal virus is still dangerous, I wore a mask and went to see cherry blossoms early in the morning.

This is a place called Onda Gawa.


You can see many cherry blossoms along the 2km long river.


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Yay! baru- baru nie bos pi snowboard. Last bos pergi pada tahun 2017.
Kira- kiranya 3 tahun dah tak pergi nie.

Tempat yang bos pergi nie bernama Ryuou Ski Park.

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Hello you guys!
Sakura season is coming soon and a few flower has already opened ♪

Today, I introduce the menu which served at Sakura Cafe Ikebukuro
It's located in front of our Hotel.

We understand this circumstance of virus in Japan and customer worried about it.

We hope that it will be calm down soon and enjoy with our cafe(^^*)


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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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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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