06 May 2009 @ 07:56 am
[Japan Travel]: Sendai (winter 2009)  
Hello,

it's time for another vacation photo post - the last of my winter vacation. After that I can finally start presenting my cherry-blossom-full spring vacation photos XD
Anyway the last few days of our winter vacation [livejournal.com profile] bf_nightingale and me spent in Sendai (with a short daytrip to Matsushima).



Anyway .. one of the first things I took a photo of in Sendai (仙台) were these construction helper monkey thingies XDDDD~ Cute! Maybe I should have stolen one? (o__O')> ....



At first we went to the Rinnou-ji (輪王寺).

Rinnō-ji (輪王寺 ?) is a complex of 15 Buddhist temple buildings in the city of Nikkō, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. The site was established in the year 766 by the Buddhist monk, Shōdō. Due to its geographic isolation, deep in the mountains of Japan, the site soon attracted other Buddhist monks in search of solitude. Among the most famous buildings is the Sanbutsudō (三仏堂) or Three Buddha Hall. This building features gold-leafed statues of Amida, Kannon with a thousand arms (Senju-Kannon) and Kannon with a horse's head (Batō-Kannon). Another building, near the mausoleum, houses an unusual statue of Amida riding a large crane, which is an iconography rarely found in Japan.

The temple also administers the Taiyū-in Reibyō (大猷院霊廟 ?), which is the mausoleum of Tokugawa Iemitsu, the third Tokugawa shogun.





I really loved all the colors of the buildings.





Awesome, right?






After that we went to Sendai castle ... or rather what is left of it today:



That's the entrance. As most castles Sendai castle (青葉城) was build on a hill as well. (And YES snow! *g*)

Aoba Castle (青葉城 Aoba-jō?), also known as Sendai Castle (Sendai-jō 仙台城), was the castle of the Date family. Built by Date Masamune atop Mount Aoba, it commanded a highly defensible strategic position overlooking the city of Sendai. The castle was one of the nerve centers of the Ōuetsu Reppan Dōmei during the Boshin War, when Date Yoshikuni was lord of Sendai. Taken over by the new government in the aftermath of Sendai's surrender, it was partially dismantled in the 1870s. Many of the remaining buildings on the castle site was damaged in the firebombing of Sendai during World War II, but sections of the castle survived, and a great deal of it, including the stone base, some walls, and some wooden structures, have either been rebuilt or are currently being rebuilt. The castle site also contains a Gokoku Shrine (Gokoku-jinja 護国神社), as well as a large equestrian statue of Date Masamune.




The weather was kind of strange that day, but at least the pictures turned out quite good (or what do you think?).



From the top of the hill where the castle once was we had a nice view all over Sendai ^-^



That's the Sendai Daikannon which you can see on this picture quite good. It's a approximately 100m high Kannon (観音) statue :)



That's the statue of Date Masamune (and I suck at taking photos x___x ....)

Date Masamune (伊達 政宗 ?) (September 5, 1567June 27, 1636) was a Japanese samurai of the Azuchi-Momoyama period through early Edo period. Heir to a long line of powerful daimyo in the Tohoku region, he went on to found the modern-day city of Sendai. An outstanding tactician, he was made all the more iconic for his missing eye, for which he was often called dokuganryū (独眼竜), or the "one-eyed dragon."




I really like the colors in this shot :)



Uwah! And it was already getting dark! I bought a lucky charm there (which I really don't do very often) feat. the 4 gods Seiryuu, Suzaku, Byakko and Genbu (Fushigi Yuugi fans: does that ring any bells? XD)



Do you have a dream? Mind telling me what it is? (Why the hell does this remind me so much of "Smile" right now? XD)



It was around 4.30pm. It was getting dark and fucking cold (especially because we were on the top of a hill), but there were still quite a lot of people :)



ψ(○ `∇´ ○)ψイヒヒヒ Me and my superzoom are stalking again! XD



I see snow! XD



Soon after that it was pitchdark and time for some nice nightshots ...... if only I wouldn't suck so much!!!
I'm pretty sure that my camera is capable of taking a few nice shots, but *I* am definitely NOT!!! Σ(T□T)



No bus was running anymore after 5pm!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! So we had to walk the whole way back into the city ... and we were hungry! And it was cold!!! ;o; ... but uh ... at least I wasn't alone, so it was quite nice :)



FINALLY dinner time!! We decided to eat gyutan (牛タン) = grilled beef tongue and very famous in Sendai.
The photo above shows MY dinner.



That's what [livejournal.com profile] bf_nightingale got.
Let me tell you that both of them tasted really great ^-^



The next day we went to McDoof .. ahr I mean McDonalds for dinner. No photos, because it's not interesting at all, really, BUT look what I found on the toilet there!!!! ( ̄▽ ̄)うへへへぇ~



The next day we went to the quite famous Ōsaki Hachiman Shrine (大崎八幡宮)

Hachiman Shrine (八幡神社 Hachiman Jinja?) (or 八幡宮 Hachiman-gū) is a shinto shrine dedicated to the kami Hachiman. It is the second most numerous type of shinto shrines after ones dedicated to Inari.

Originally the name was read Yawata or Yahata, a reading still used in some occasions.

(source: wikipedia)




The "blue" thing you can see in the picture was a student training while running all those stairs up and down. Japanese shrines are definitely good for your fitness! XD



Sake anyone?



As it was just the beginning of the new year, they were throwing away all that old stuff (probably to make space for new stuff ^^; ...)



Though it doesn't show on this picture, it was quite crowded that day!





A school sport team praying for being able to win the next match, I guess. The blue "thing" is not with them, though. Maybe she was from a rival school?! XD





Pretty close was this AWESOME Japanese garden! It was not on our tourist sightseeing list at all, but I recommend highly that you go there if you ever have the chance to!!!
We were the ONLY ones there and it was soooooooooooooo awesome and beautiful! ;o;





I see those normal stones on almost everything lately. Anybody can explain to me what it means, please?



Don't ask me WHY, but I completey fell in love with THAT stone!!! \『愛』(^▽\) キャッチ!



Shopping arcade in Sendai at night (blood donation anyone?)



Our dinner on the last night. It was awesome, uber-delicous and I LOVE sashimi ヾ(@⌒¬⌒@)ノ ウマヒィ



(*^-゜)vィェィ♪



And after that: starbucks love O(≧∇≦)O イエイ!!



On our way back (bound for Tokyo) I was on my "if I can't get Fuji-san, then ..." trip again XDDDD
I had to sit in trains for uhm ... 8hours or even more .. I forgot x___X .. Sendai is just sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo far away (/´Д`)/



I like this shot, especially considering that it was all out of the Shinkansen :)



That was close to Fukushima City in Fukushima Prefecture. Absolutely beautiful and I have to go there one day!! Why is everything always so far away? o(TωT )o



TADAAAA~ Fuji-san ... shy as always. I was soooo~ hoping to get my great photos back, but on that day I was not lucky ;o; ....



Well, at least you still can recognize him somehow, right? ^^;



Now imagine: no clouds and a blue sky with nice weather! And you have the photos in your mind which I lost ;o; ....



Bye~bye Fuji-san ... maybe next time then ... ;o; .... ( ´Д`)ノ~バイバイ



After being abandoned by Fuji-san XDDD I decided to eat the bento I bought at Tokyo station. It was yummie :)



And because I was frustrated that Fuji-san was so shy, I decided to take a few more mountain shots XD ... I mean ... what else can you do if you have to sit in a train for 8+hours?! Yeah ....



Last but not least: that's what I bought in Tokyo back then.





Alright, that's all. Hope you enjoyed it ヾ(●⌒∇⌒●)ノ
Next will be the photos of my spring vacation, starting with my first day in Okayama city on April 1st, 2009. Hope you're looking forward to it.

Ciaoッス (´∀`*)ノシ 
 
 
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kurikuribebi[personal profile] kurikuribebi on May 6th, 2009 07:10 am (UTC)
うらやましいいい! 仙台に行きたいけど彼氏は行きたくないから、行けない。

富士山!毎日、日本のアパートの窓で、富士山いつも見える。ここで、富士山みたい山がある。きれいだ、山は。

そして、そんな食べ物は美味しそうだ!アメリカの食べ物は大嫌い!
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[identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 08:17 am (UTC)
(゜ロ゜;)エェッ!?残念っすよね!富士山毎日が見えるのがウラヤマシよ!
で仙台はそんなに遠くないよね!!!じゃ、何で一人で行かないの。仙台に行くのは彼氏が必要がないじゃん!ψ(○ `∇´ ○)ψイヒヒヒ ホットイテよ、彼氏!♬

(A゜∇゜)あららら、アメリカ人ですか。
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(no subject) - [personal profile] kurikuribebi on May 6th, 2009 08:29 am (UTC)
(no subject) - [identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 08:42 am (UTC)
(no subject) - [personal profile] kurikuribebi on May 6th, 2009 01:29 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - [identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 01:38 am (UTC)
[identity profile] svetliachock.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 08:49 am (UTC)
Ciao! :)
Have you been in China? In Beijing? The Rinnou-ji has the same stile as The Temple of a Heven (天壇) in The Forbidden City in Beijing. I relly like it, because it's so colorful and so different from temples I've ever seen.
Nice report, thanks ^^
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[identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 09:00 am (UTC)
No, unfortunately I've never been outside of Europe (apart from Japan, of course XD).
Before I visit China or Korea I intend to go to Australia, though (it's way closer from Japan than from Germany ^^; ...)

Glad you liked it :)
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(no subject) - [identity profile] svetliachock.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 09:17 am (UTC)
[identity profile] chatiel.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 09:35 am (UTC)
Nice photos! The Fuji-san's look great ^^
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[identity profile] kitsune-no-ame.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 09:43 am (UTC)
Wow Fuji-san... the cloudy landscape is really well caught on the picture.

That starbucks star is the cutest food I've ever seen *A*
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[identity profile] bf-nightingale.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 10:02 am (UTC)
Was ich schon immer mal sagen wollte aber nie dazu kam, d.. darf ich dein Icon fangirlen?°w°

Und oooh, es werden wieder mal Erinnerungen wach! Nur an das Schloss mag ich mich nicht so recht erinnern wollen, wie ich verzweifelt meine Handschuhe gesucht und in meinem Mantelfutter wiedergefunden habe und wie wir bei Glatteis der robusten Oma im Dunkeln hinterhergeschlittert sind...;>_>
Aber der Gaaaarten!~♥ Und die Essensfotos...*__* *hat wieder Hunger auf Rindszunge*
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[identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 11:13 am (UTC)
Klar darfst du :) Aber bitte wisch den Sabber danach wieder weg ;P

Was denn? Ich finde das sind jetzt alles witzige Erinnerungen über die man im Nachhinein lachen kann (;^ω^)
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(no subject) - [identity profile] bf-nightingale.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 11:26 am (UTC)
(no subject) - [identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 11:42 am (UTC)
(no subject) - [identity profile] bf-nightingale.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 11:47 am (UTC)
(no subject) - [identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 11:51 am (UTC)
(no subject) - [identity profile] bf-nightingale.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 11:56 am (UTC)
(no subject) - [identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 11:59 am (UTC)
(no subject) - [identity profile] bf-nightingale.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 12:37 pm (UTC)
[identity profile] thinking-lotus.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 10:45 am (UTC)
that's a really nice rock XD reminds me of home.
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[identity profile] gintoki-sama.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 12:35 pm (UTC)
Oh~ that fuji-san, doesn't want you to take his picture. Someday you'll get him ^^
I would really love to visit a shrine~ One day I will lol

O_O MUKURO-SAMA! Awww and Tsuna~♥
Nice pictures as always ^^
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[identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 12:46 pm (UTC)
Seems like it! He even manipulated my camera's memory card so that his pictures (and everything else ;o; ...) would get deleted. Evil, huh?

Hehe~ ヵヮ。゚+.(・∀・)゚+.゚ィィ!!っすよねぇぇぇ!セクシーも!(・∀・)!!
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[identity profile] amvn.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 02:59 pm (UTC)
Gorgeous shots, and I think the fuji-san ones are pretty decent considering the conditions ;) There are sure many temples and shrines to go around there, and I can see why people never get enough of them - they're truly stunning! I would have gone crazy over all that sake btw XDDD
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[identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 01:41 am (UTC)
Thanks so much ^-^
I just wish I still had those really awesome shots of him. Well, there's always a next time (and hopefully he's not hiding again) XD

Sake? (゜゜;) Why? XD
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(no subject) - [identity profile] amvn.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 08:46 am (UTC)
(no subject) - [identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 8th, 2009 01:14 am (UTC)
(no subject) - [identity profile] amvn.livejournal.com on May 8th, 2009 10:13 pm (UTC)
[identity profile] http://users.livejournal.com/__manga__/ on May 6th, 2009 03:50 pm (UTC)
wow realmente habian hartas fotos pendientes, toy apurada asi que escribo en castellano no mas XD

preciosas tus fotos de sendai me encantaron en especial 005w2ce3 muy linda y significativa

generalmente los volcanes son esquivos para sacarles fotos TvT , animo ^o^, aca con los 48475757562523131 volcanes que hay XD a dos veces en toda mi vida he podido sacar fotos descente de ellos

gracias por las fotos me encantaron , precioso sendai
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[identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 01:32 am (UTC)
Thanks so much :)

Wow, you were really lucky then!! I just can't manage to take decent photos of .... well at least Fuji-san. For other volcanos I was quite lucky so far ^^; (Aso-san, Sakurajima ...)

*hugs* <3
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[identity profile] kurohaneshizumi.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 04:14 pm (UTC)
OMG, those monkey helper things are adorable, and you SHOULD have stolen one! XDD

That temple seems more like a palace! It's so extravagant and vibrant!

So many awesome shots! *____* They're so pretty!

I just adore your vacation journals. XD

~Shizu ^_^
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[identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 01:30 am (UTC)
Haha, yah I guess so!! Never seen those monkey thingies anywhere else ;o;

Thanks so much *hugs* " "(/*^^*)
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(no subject) - [identity profile] kurohaneshizumi.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 01:55 am (UTC)
[identity profile] ruru-inu.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 05:11 pm (UTC)
die fotos sind so wahnsinnig schön ;__;<3
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[identity profile] shiinait.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 05:20 pm (UTC)
Ciao!
(But if I write in Italian do you understand me?)
Photos are wonderful, as usual! I especially love the Fuji-san and Rinno-ji, they are so beautiful and majestics!!
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[identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 01:29 am (UTC)
Hey there ^-^/
(Probably not as I've only had Spanish and Latin in school - I might understand a little bit, though.)
Glad you enjoyed this entry ^-^/
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[identity profile] tokyo-shorty.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 05:21 pm (UTC)
soooooo beautiful!!!!! o____o! I can't wait to finally get to go Japan T^T

also, weird question.... do you use a posting client to make it easier to post pictures and emoticons in your posts? (o_0)
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[identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 01:28 am (UTC)
Ah, yes I use "Semagic" :) ([livejournal.com profile] semagic)
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[identity profile] pnolan.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 05:51 pm (UTC)
Tell us about the food!
HI, C! Great pictures as usual! I didn't imagine a year ago when you were looking for a job that you would be such a terrific tour guide! I am really impressed with your travels, C! You are so motivated to learn as much as you can.

I have been to Sendai a couple of times (once I even drove from Fukushima!) but I never knew about the sights and temples there. Damn, missed out. I guess I needed a Japanese girlfriend! Fukushima is a nice city - not many tourists go there, but it was a lovely place to live. Remember my contacts there if you ever want to move in that direction. It's about 1 1/2 hours from Tokyo by Bullet.

Hey, just one suggestion for the future. Could you describe the food pictures for us novices? What the heck is all that stuff? I learned a little about what I was eating while there, but many times I didn't know. I bet you do! Please?

All the best!
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[identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 01:33 am (UTC)
Re: Tell us about the food!
Hello ^-^

I enjoy going to cities that don't have many tourists and Fukushima looked awesome when we passed by.

Uhm ... I can try from now on, but honestly I don't always know what I'm eating!!! I tend to not ask what it is and try it first!! Sometimes it's something weird and if you know what it is beforehand you might not try it which is a shame, right? ^^;

Thanks *hugs*
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[identity profile] lunatic-shadow.livejournal.com on May 6th, 2009 08:10 pm (UTC)
awesome pictures!

tokyo people must be very afraid of germs if they have signs of how to wash your hands, ne?

big hugs!
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[identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 01:23 am (UTC)
Hm true, but why Tokyo people? o__O; That was in Sendai (∀`*ゞ)
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(no subject) - [identity profile] lunatic-shadow.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 06:14 am (UTC)
(no subject) - [identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 06:24 am (UTC)
[identity profile] apostrophethis.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 02:37 am (UTC)
OMGSH! The photos are amazing!! Fuji-san is...WOW. O_O
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[identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 03:21 am (UTC)
He's not WOW ... he's SHY!!! x___X ..... He would be WOW if he wasn't so SHY! XD *lol*
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[identity profile] ame-no-uta.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 06:20 am (UTC)
oh, wunderschöne fotos :D

ich hab ja mal gehört das sendai nicht so spannend sein soll, aber von den fotos her ist es doch sehenswert *O*

das essen *neid* ; O ;

und das mcdo schild in der toilette hab ich auch mal fotografiert |D
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[identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 06:26 am (UTC)
Ich fand's schon recht interessant (zumal ja Matsushima dann auch gleich noch um's Eck liegt!!)

Die haben beim jap. McDoof wohl Angst, dass sie ne Klage wegen Lebensmittlevergiftung bekommen könnten, nur weil ein Gast seine Hände nicht sauber genug gewaschen hatte XDDDD
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[identity profile] maikeru-desu.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 12:10 pm (UTC)
You went to Nikko from Sendai? Or is there a Rinnouji I'm not familiar with?
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[identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 12:14 pm (UTC)
No, but there seems to be not link with info for the one in Sendai.

Anyway here's the address for the one in Sendai:
Rinno-ji, (輪王寺) 1-14-1 Kitayama, Aoba-ku. +81 22 234-5327 - an historic temple with a large traditional garden, which is especially attractive when the azaleas are in bloom. (bus: “Kitayama - Shiheimachi line,” get off at “Rinno-ji mae”)
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[identity profile] u-stole-my-hart.livejournal.com on May 7th, 2009 07:20 pm (UTC)
OOOH~
How much did it cost you all together to buys all those little figurines over there??? in USD??? XD
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[identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 8th, 2009 01:21 am (UTC)
Re: OOOH~
Uhm .... I have no idea XDDDDD And actually I don't want to KNOW anyway XD
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(Anonymous) on May 8th, 2009 05:51 am (UTC)
Hello, I really love your photographs. :)
Just wondering if that is an apartment building beside Ōsaki Hachiman Shrine?
If it is, is it really common for shrines to be located beside apartments, etc..?
Cause I've an impression that shrines are usually located in isolated areas, but then again, I've never visited a shrine in Japan before. *filled with envy*
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[identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 10th, 2009 01:25 am (UTC)
As you probably know there's not much space in Japan. Everything is very narrow. You will find shrines in the most uncommon places!! Small shrines are basically EVERYWHERE! :)

And yes that's an apartment building, but that's only where the red gate is. You have to climb up tons of stairs until you reach the actual shrine anyway :)
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[identity profile] supajo.livejournal.com on May 8th, 2009 03:45 pm (UTC)
;_____; ♥ ♥ ♥ Chocha dear, looking through your photos makes me want to jet back to Tokyo ASAP.. Sigh, i don't think i've really gotten over my trip actually. Everything reminds me of it.. It's so wonderful yes? I can't help comparing everything to what's available there in Japan. I miss the bentos so much :( Nothing compares! It's cheap and good.. Sigh, i'm getting nostalgic now. Hahahaha.

And your photos, guhhhhhhhhh, pretty! Its a pity i've only gotten to exploring Tokyo during my trip there, but it was more than enough for me XD I'm planning to return soon! Once i get employed and start earning money, i'm gonna save up and return to JP :)) hehehe, hopefully i'll be able to meet you there someday, if you're still around! :)

That said, your work permit all worked out? :] i haven't been commenting in a long long time, i'm so sorry >___< but seeing how you're in Japan still i guess things went good for you? :]

-hugs- i'm glad to see you touring and taking plenty of pretty photos still XD
I'm going to catch up with your other entries now. Hahaha. Seeing all the photos really makes me so nostalgic.. ;__; すごく羨ましいですね~日本に帰りたい!
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[identity profile] supajo.livejournal.com on May 8th, 2009 04:09 pm (UTC)
I've caught up with the other entries! :D And i'm glad to see things working out for you (work-related) -hugs- i'm sorry i haven't been around ;__; ♥ and please get yourself a bed/mattress if you haven't dear XDDD

I've left a bunch of other comments all around XD i hope you don't mind my mini comment spam. Hahahah. Looking forward to your next entry! I'm sure there would be oodles of pretty photos too *____* ♥ Take care dear! I've read that you've been catching the cold quite often :/
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(no subject) - [identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 10th, 2009 01:35 am (UTC)
(no subject) - [identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 10th, 2009 01:42 am (UTC)
[identity profile] miss-dian.livejournal.com on May 14th, 2009 11:03 pm (UTC)
Wow. I really love this set. The pics of Fuji-san is great. The food are so mouth watering. And the steps leading to Hachiman Shrine! Wow! ^o^
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[identity profile] asahifirsa.livejournal.com on May 15th, 2009 04:37 pm (UTC)
Gyuutan! It was so delicious, wasn't it?
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[identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 16th, 2009 12:25 am (UTC)
Yapp ^^

Übrigens ist das Päckchen bei dir angekommen? O_o Hab keine Rückmeldung von dir bekommen und mir daher Sorgen gemacht x_X
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(no subject) - [identity profile] asahifirsa.livejournal.com on May 16th, 2009 07:25 pm (UTC)
(no subject) - [identity profile] chochajin.livejournal.com on May 17th, 2009 12:46 am (UTC)