En agosto y septiembre los festivales y fiestas de barrio inundan Tokio.

Tokio tiene 23 barrios aunque cada barrio podría llegar a considerarse una ciudad entera y cada barrio puede llegar a contener varios distritos. Lo normal es que sean dos, tres o cuatros distritos aunque algunos como el barrio de Minato contiene hasta nueve distritos.

Hay festivales grandes que pertenecen a todo un distrito pero también hay pequeños festivales o fiestas de bario como lo llamaríamos en España que pertenecen solo a alguno de los vecindarios que conforman un distrito.

Así que en el mismo barrio e incluso en el mismo distrito se pueden llevar a cabo diversos festivales tradicionales sin relación en distintos espacios de esa zona y en un espacio de tiempo muy cercano e incluso al mismo tiempo.

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En la misma zona donde yo vivo, esta misma semana, si salgo de casa y giro la calle a la derecha a pocos metros me encontraré con un festival de estos, y si giro a la izquierda y ando poco más de 5 minutos me encontraré con otro que pertenece a otra zona, así que ya os imaginareis que ando bastante entretenido estos días.

En la foto de arriba la típica estructura que se pone en el centro de una plaza o un parque, arriba del todo (no se vé en la foto) hay alguien tocando un tambor japonés Taiko (lo normal es que haya varios, dos, tres o cuatro), y en el centro encontramos gente que hace el baile bonodori que sirve de referencia para toda la gente que quiera participar, así solo tiene que seguir los pasos.

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Y rodeando este escenario y en los alrededores se concentran multitud de puestos de juegos y de comida, dulces, fritos, etc

En la foto un puesto de Choco-banana que es algo muy tíìco de este tipo de fiestas, un plátano bañado en chocolate.


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Posted by: Manuel (September 8, 2019 6:19 AM) | Permalink

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I went to Ikea.
I looked around in Ikea and finally bought a small desk.

I assembled a desk that I bought from Ikea.


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Posted by: trainee (September 7, 2019 6:49 AM) | Permalink

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Hi,

I often go out for eating Ramen even in summer.
Ramen is a Chinese food originally, but now Japanese Ramens have evolved, become a totally different dish from that.
In mainland China, people recognize it as one of a Japanese food, call it as "日式拉面(Japanese style Ramen)".

Sometimes I feel an irresistible desire to eat "Iekei(家系)" Ramen.
It's a kind of regional Ramen in Yokohama, soysauce taste broth made from chicken and pork bones.

So, I often take a train impulsively in midnight and go to Yokohama for seeking Iekei.
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It may takes time, but blissful moment.
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See you~



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Hello! Today I'll introduce to you about 300 bars in GINZA


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Posted by: trainee (September 4, 2019 6:09 PM) | Permalink

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Hello you guys!!

Have you been to Japan???

If you thinking about come to Japan,Please stay with us and have good experience together(^^)

We have some kind of Japanese event that you must be enjoy it for our lovely guests.

I will share it a little bit,If you like please join us☆彡

★NEW EVENT★

?Kawagoe Soy sauce Ramen Tour★September 13th 11:00AM?

you can tasting 2 kinds of broth and tour of a histrical factory.

We are sure a lot of guests really like Japanese Ramen and exploring around for Ramen♪

So Why don't you join this event???you can sign up at reception or give us e-mail!!!!!

Don't miss it!!!!!!!!!

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Posted by: trainee (September 3, 2019 9:00 PM) | Permalink

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Good afternoon everyone! ????????
Yesterday we had a small event from Sakura Hotel & House Group ????
We went to Tokyo Fire Department near at Kinshicho Station ????
Official Website :: http://bosailabo.jp/report/museum/s13.htm

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Posted by: trainee (September 2, 2019 12:06 PM) | Permalink

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Salam dan selamat sejahtera.

Selamat menyambut tahun baru kalendar Islam.

Korang rasa dekat Tokyo nie ade tak masjid?
Kalau korang tak pernah cari maklumat nie, memang korang rasa tak der masjid dekat Tokyo kan?

Dekat Tokyo nie sebenarnya ade lebih 5 buah masjid tau.

Dan Masjid yang selalu orang pergi adalah Masjid Tokyo.

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Macam biasa, bos akan selalu lupa untuk ambil gambar dari jauh. Nasib korang la yang asyik
tengok gambar bangunan sekerap deh.


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Hello everyone! Today, I'll tell you about grape picking

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Posted by: trainee (August 31, 2019 7:02 PM) | Permalink

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For sure, Japanese words like "IKURA DESUKA" (How much ?), "ARIGATOU"( Thank you ) and " SUMIMASEN "(Excuse me )are helpful.
But those words are kinda mundane and boring actually.
So I would like you to know words or expressions that are unique to Japanese.

The first one is "ITADAKIMASU"

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Posted by: Kazu (August 30, 2019 11:12 PM) | Permalink

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[[The Natural Disaster Prevention Tour by Tokyo City Guide Club]]


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Japan is a popular tourist spot for foreigners. However, Japan is a rich in natural disaster country, so a lot of damage all over the prefectures every year.
Also, Japanese have the habit of taking the natural disaster prevention experience for future.

Why don't you try to join us for this event, and for some experience of natural disaster!
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[Date] September 1st (Sun)
[Meeting Time and Point] 11:45am in Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro
[Capacity]15 people
[Schedule]
・11:45am Leaving Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro
・13:10pm Starting to experience of natural disaster
1. Movie about East Japan Earthquake on March 11th of 2011
2. Urban flooding experience
3. Earthquake simulation
4. Firefighting training
5. Storm simulation
・15:30pm Break up
[Fee]: Free
※Transportation cost excluded
※This event is only for Sakura Hotel guest & Sakura House residents.

[Things to bring]
Towel, Socks and Comfortable Shoes (Like a pair of sneakers)
※Please do not participate in the event wearing a skirt.
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To sign up, please send a message:
[email protected]

1. Names (All the participants)
2. Sakura House Name & Room #/ Sakura Hotel & Hostel's Name &Check in Date
3. Email
4. Nationality
5. Gender

***Photography/Movie Usage Agreement/Injury・Accident***
We are glad that you agree the right to Sakura Hotel and its group company Sakura House to use your photograph(s) or movie(s) in their advertisement, including follows/
-Web pages
-Flyers and Brochures
-As apart of advertisement material for magazines, newspaper, and other media.


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Members of Tokyo City Guide Club will be guiding this tour as a volunteer. We shall no take any responsibility in the event of accidents.

*If you would like to unsubscribed newsletter, please do it from below URL.
http://www.sakura-hotel-ikebukuro.com/jp/stop_newsletter.php?uid=I020000272



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