Koinnichiwa ~~ Hello Helloooo
This is Shikamai from Sakura hotel Ikebukuro

Guess what were thay doing (^o^)?

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Posted by: shikamai (June 6, 2018 5:17 PM) | Permalink

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When you go to Japanese supermarket, you will often find Plum and bin.
When I see it , I feel that it will be the rainy season soon.
The so called tsuyu 梅雨, literally meaning "plum梅 rain雨", because it coincides with the season of plums ripening.
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Posted by: ai (June 5, 2018 11:16 AM) | Permalink

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Hello! I am a new staff Natsuko.

I'm from KOCHI. Do you know KOCHI? There are many delicious food and japanese sake! And many beautiful nature!

And I moved to Tokyo when I was a university student.

I studied about Tourism at university.

After that I moved to Kurashiki in Okayama and worked at a travel agency.

Kurashiki is beautiful city. Many traditional cityscape!

And good access to Naoshima Island. Naoshima is famous for art.

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Posted by: trainee (June 4, 2018 12:34 PM) | Permalink

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Hoy voy a poner unas fotos de la Tetería japonesa temática de Snoopy que hay en Ise, muy cerca de Nagoya (hay otra en Kioto).

Snoopy es un personaje realmente popular en Japón, de hecho he escuchado que Japón es el país con más fans de Snoopy de todo el mundo, dato que no he contrastado pero no me parece nada descabellado.

Hay que apuntar también una par de cosas, que en Tokio existe uno de los dos únicos museos Oficiales de Snoopy de todo el mundo, el otro es el museo Schulz en California, y que en varias ciudades japonesas hay tiendas oficiales de Snoopy, concretamente recuerdo la que hay en Yokohama que es bastante grande con un Snoopy gigante de varios metros de tamaño hinchable en la entrada.

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Snoopy Cha-ya shop es como la típica tetéría antigua japonesa donde se sive Té verde Matcha (el mismo tipo de té que se usa en la ceremonia del té) con algunos dulces tradicionales japoneses pero aquí todos los postres, así como la vajilla, decoración y demás detalles están inspirado en los populares personajes de la tira cómica Peanuts y más en concreto en su protagonista el Beagle llamado Snoopy.

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Es muy curiosa la conbinación de la vajilla y accesorios típicamente japoneses como las bandejas lacadas con los estampados de un personaje de cómic americano de los años cincuenta.


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Posted by: Manuel (June 3, 2018 1:40 AM) | Permalink

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Helloo this is shikamai from sakura hotel Ikebukuro :-)
I went to Yokohama Minatomirai to enjoy this special bus SKY DUCK with my family last week.

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Guess why It is special!


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Posted by: shikamai (June 2, 2018 2:18 PM) | Permalink

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Do you know "Ikaho hot spring"?

This is one of the famous places for Onsen where located just 2 hours away from Tokyo by train.

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It was Thursday I visited there, but most of shops at " Ishidan machi " were closed even though that's the only place where we can find shops for souvenirs.

So you better go on weekends. Still not that crowded.


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Posted by: Rino (June 1, 2018 5:30 PM) | Permalink

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Hi guys^^
This is Hanif from Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro.

When you come to Japan, some of you might think that Japan's transportations cost are quite expensive. Especially, when you go to many places by train in one day.
Actually, in Japan they have a (SPECIAL TICKET PASS) for the unlimited rides in certain area exchange with limited times. The limited times are usually valid for 1 day to 3 days.


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Posted by: trainee (May 31, 2018 12:00 PM) | Permalink

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What the local speciality in your country?
My home town" Yokohama,(Kanagawa pre.)"? local speciality food is "Kiyoken Shumai (Chinese Pork dumplings)"!
I joined Factory tour of Kiyoken last month.
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Posted by: ai (May 30, 2018 11:40 AM) | Permalink

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You know, Japanese people love lunch boxes ( box-packed lunches).

Many adults bring their box-packed lunches to their offices or colleges as well as kids to schools.

With that practice as a background, you will see many box-packed meals at train stations, super markets and so on.
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Posted by: Kazu (May 29, 2018 6:58 AM) | Permalink

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