August 20, 2014
KOBE

KOBE

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Filed under: Japan night landscape 
August 20, 2014
 limited flavor

 limited flavor

August 20, 2014
ramen!

ramen!

August 18, 2014
shinkansen

shinkansen

August 18, 2014
food samples

food samples

August 18, 2014
When you see this sort of thing in front of shops(cafeterias, food bars, restaurants..)it means the shop is open.
kacsa said: what exactly do you mean by “this sort of thing”?
Um..curtain? the fabric strips? In fact, I stopped and thought for a while  before I wrote *this sort of thing*, but I really couldn’t find right explanation of it! haha

When you see this sort of thing in front of shops(cafeterias, food bars, restaurants..)it means the shop is open.

kacsa said: what exactly do you mean by “this sort of thing”?

Um..curtain? the fabric strips? In fact, I stopped and thought for a while  before I wrote *this sort of thing*, but I really couldn’t find right explanation of it! haha

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Filed under: noren Japan 
August 16, 2014
ひよこゼリー
Tokyo souvenir

ひよこゼリー

Tokyo souvenir

August 16, 2014

many chicks!!

August 14, 2014

Today I went to Koshien baseball stadium to watch an annual big event, the high school baseball tournament. My hometown Sapporo won and I’m so happy now:)

August 13, 2014
In Japan, pharmacies sell more than medicines, and they are generally called *drug stores*. Would you be surprised if I ask you where the nearest drug store is while I’m in your country? :)

Oh? Looking over your comments,  it seems *drug store* is an appropriate English word??
At least, when I asked a young man the way to a pharmacy in Hong Kong, where most people can speak fluent English due to the historical background, he did a double take at me and asked what on earth I was looking for! :D

In Japan, pharmacies sell more than medicines, and they are generally called *drug stores*. Would you be surprised if I ask you where the nearest drug store is while I’m in your country? :)

Oh? Looking over your comments,  it seems *drug store* is an appropriate English word??

At least, when I asked a young man the way to a pharmacy in Hong Kong, where most people can speak fluent English due to the historical background, he did a double take at me and asked what on earth I was looking for! :D

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