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Hello, everyone!!!

When I was in Canada, I had experienced on 31,Octorber( Halloween Day's).

There was a school event of "Carving Pumokin".


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Posted by: Sumire (October 29, 2017 11:00 PM) | Permalink

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You know "Gundam"?

Gundam is tv animation series which started broadcasting in 1979.

The first season influences many people as a "classic"

and also many sequels and spin-offs are still going on.


In 2009, as the part of 30th anniversary, "real sized" gundam was exhibited at Odaiba

and then in 2012, the 18 meters' statue came back to Odaiba as a symbol of the city

and became one of the most popular sightseeing spots.

However, for the sake of new project, "first" Gundam at Odaiba left in this March.


But just only 6 month later,

new "Unicorn" Gundam appeared at the same place, Odaiba :D


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Posted by: Aki (October 28, 2017 5:07 PM) | Permalink

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Konnichiwa-! こんにちはー!Hi there-!
This is T-shirt hunter Shikamai from sakura hotel Ikebukuro.

If I see the gest who is wearing a nice T-shirt I ask to take a picture.
Look at this pretty couple from France.
Hmm you noticed there is something on her T-shiirt!


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Posted by: shikamai (October 27, 2017 6:51 PM) | Permalink

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Hot chocolate is very popular in the world.

Also Japanese people love it.

Hot chocolate, also known as hot cocoa, drinking chocolate or just cocoa is a heated beverage consisting of shaved chocolate, melted chocolate or cocoa powder, heated milk or water, and usually a sweetener. Hot chocolate may be topped with whipped cream. Hot chocolate made with melted chocolate is sometimes called drinking chocolate, characterized by less sweetness and a thicker consistency.

The first chocolate beverage is believed to have been created by the Mayans around 2,500-3,000 years ago, and a cocoa beverage was an essential part of Aztec culture by 1400 AD, by which they referred to as xocōlātl.The beverage became popular in Europe after being introduced from Mexico in the New World and has undergone multiple changes since then. Until the 19th century, hot chocolate was even used medicinally to treat ailments such as liver and stomach diseases.

In the 2010s, hot chocolate is consumed throughout the world and comes in multiple variations, including the spiced chocolate para mesa of Latin America, the very thick cioccolata calda served in Italy and chocolate a la taza served in Spain, and the thinner hot cocoa consumed in the United States. Prepared hot chocolate can be purchased from a range of establishments, including cafeterias, fast foodrestaurants, coffeehouses and cafes. Powdered hot chocolate mixes, which can be added to boiling water or hot milk to make the drink at home, are sold at grocery stores(from wiki).
(In Netherlands)
Also we sale same special hot chocolate so I'm gonna share with you guys!!

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Posted by: Leo (October 25, 2017 8:30 AM) | Permalink

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Como estuve por la zona de Nagoya ir hasta Ise era una visita obligada, se encuentra muy cerca y se puede llegar con un tren directo desde la estación principal de Nagoya.

Ise se encuentra en la prefectura de Mie y es una pequeña ciudad muy tradicional donde se encuentra el templo Sintoísta más sagrado de todo Japón.


El la época de Edo fué un lugar de peregrinación y hoy en día hay mucho turismo interno, en cualquier época del año veremos muchos japoneses que se acercan a visitar este bello lugar.

Nada mas bajar de la estación ya pude ver los diseños de las tapas de alcantarilla de Ise ya que en cada zona de Japón son diferentes y normalmente tienen dibujos y diseños muy vistosos.


El Gran Santuario de Ise es el más importante de todo Japón, está rodeado de naturaleza y forma parte del parque nacional Ise-shima.

Se divide en dos Santuarios principales separados unos 6 kilómetros, dentro hay 123 santuarios subordinados y tiene tanta historia y lugares para ver que se pueden llenar varios libros hablando solo de este lugar.

En futuros post hablaré y pondré más fotografías de este lugar.

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Posted by: Manuel (October 23, 2017 3:58 AM) | Permalink

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