Hoy voy a hablar de una tradición japonesa que todo el mundo (o casi todo) que nace en este archipiélago protagoniza una vez en su vida.

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Esta es la primera comida en la vida de un japonés. Cuando un bebé llega a los 100 días de vida se celebra el Okuizome que se trata de la primera comida y tiene un valor simbólico para pedir que en el futuro no le falten alimentos y no pase apuros.

Por supuesto con sólo 100 día desde el nacimiento un bebé todavía no puede comer, así que se dispone de esta comida delante de el y normalmente el abuelo o el miembro de la familia con más edad hace como que le va dando de comer con los palillos de cada uno de los platos que hay en la bandeja.

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El plato principal es Besugo y lo acompañan otros pequeños platos, cada uno de ellos tiene un significado simbólico.


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Hello helooo konnichiwa! This is staff Shikamai.

I went to go to our sister Sakura hotel JIMBOCHO last week
Because of...

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MATSURI !!


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Hello everyone!
Do you know that Sakura cafe is probably the only place in Ikebukuro that you grab an affordable breakfast,
while dining with people from all over the world?

By the way, our breakfast is only 350 yen!
Are you hungry? That's good news for you because all of the breakfast is free-flow!
(This consists of bread, soup, tea, and our daily hand-made soup by our chefs)

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Here's our guest from Australia and South Africa sharing a table and chatting during breakfast!


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Hi guys.

It's Lino from Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro.


Let me talk about some of our lovely guests who stayed here last month.



James from the US, Santa Cruz

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This fun fashionable gentleman stayed a few days with us.

He told us that he owns a beauty school in Santa Cruz and showed us some pictures of runway he has done at his school.

Hope he come back here with his students next time :)


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Cats! Cats! Cats!!!

Have you been to Gotokuji Temple already? Let us know what you thought!

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Getting there:

Address: 2−2−24−7, Gōtokuji, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 154-0021

Take the Odakyu Line and get off at Gotokuji station. Follow the tracks south for 10 minutes.


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