フランス絵本とリヨン暮らし The Japanese McDonalds Menu (I’m actually lovin’ it!) Surprisingly (to us Americans, maybe), McDonalds all over the world has different menus to cater themselves to the locals. Even in Hawaii, you’ll find things like ramen, Portuguese Sausage / Eggs / Rice Plates, and taro pies. Japanese McDonalds, of course has it’s own quirks, not to mention special choices on the menu. Besides the food, Japanese McDonalds has some other differences as well. Breakfast Menu (朝マック) Feel free to click on the image above to get a closer view, but we’ll be getting into more detail on some of these below. Bacon Lettuce Egg Wrap This sounds ridiculously good. The Mega Muffin I’m not sure if you’ve ever heard about the MegaMac (keep reading), but this is it’s monstrous morning brother, the Mega Muffin. Chicken Caesar Wrap This menu item isn’t strange all on it’s own. The Lunch / Dinner Menu Not a whole lot that’s terribly interesting here. MegaMac If you live in Hawaii, you may be one of the lucky Americans to come across one of these…uh…things? Shrimp Fillet-O McPork
Explore Japan Autumn colors - יפן - חוויה סתווית Tokyo for children Read or recomment this article in: Italian French Spanish Last updated: September 2013 Giuliettaexpat leads us to discover a playful Tokyo, with many ideas to discover this incredible city and never get bored ! After 4 hours spent engaged in several different activities, I get back home full of bags and smaller bags, a little wooden car, a decorated pendant, an airplane of papier-mâché, a thousand colored sheets, a doll in recycled material...I am in Tokyo and I have spent the afternoon at Tokyo Metropolitan Children's Museum (Tokyo-to jido kaikan), a paradise and dream for every child, Japanese or not.The Museum is organized on 5 different floors, with activities of all kinds, from music to workshops learning how to process wood. This is Tokyo, the huge metropolis that offers much and more to all of its young and younger citizens. Asobono is a fantastic recreation center near Tokyo Dome (nearest station is Akihabara on the Mita line, it has an elevator). Disneyland Useful Addresses
Japan trip report, May 2005 Millions of men in dark suits, crowded subway trains, sushi, taxi drivers with white gloves, neon lights, earth quakes, capsule hotels, sake, sumo wrestling, samurais, geisha, bullet trains, toilets so advanced that you need an instruction manual to use them, manga, polite people, Lost in Translation….this is our trip report from JAPAN. A short summary The dream team Nikki and Gard on another adventure :-) This time we headed for Japan and we travelled in the period May 15th to May 28th 2005. We started out in Tokyo where we stayed for about a week. We used a Japan Rail Pass to get to Nagoya (the World Expo) and after that we went to Kyoto where we stayed 5 nights and we used this as a home base to see Kyoto itself, Osaka, Hiroshima, Kobe, Himeji etc. I hope that this trip report can help others that are going to Japan. Feel free to check out the interactive Google map of Tokyo that I have made. Prelude So why Japan? The trip begins At about 2 pm the next day we landed at Narita airport.
Kendo Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Le kendo (剣道 / 劍道, kendō?, littéralement la voie du sabre) est la version moderne du Kenjutsu (剣術, Kenjutsu?, techniques du sabre), l'escrime au sabre pratiquée autrefois au Japon par les samouraïs. Par version moderne, il faut comprendre que le kendo n'est pas seulement un art martial mais également un sport de compétition, aujourd'hui largement pratiqué au Japon. Le kendo ne se résume toutefois pas à un simple ensemble de techniques et de tactiques du combat au sabre. Histoire[modifier | modifier le code] « Le kendo est la plus ancienne, la plus respectée et la plus populaire des disciplines modernes du Budō » remarque en 1983 Donn F. Dans une école d'agriculture au Japon, vers 1920 De nos jours dans un Dojo à Tokyo La défaite du Japon en 1945 porte un coup sévère aux arts martiaux japonais en général et au kendo en particulier, responsables selon l'occupant Américain de véhiculer une idéologie militariste via le Bushido. Schéma d'un shinai
Say It Out Loud - Lesson 1 - Language Lesson 1: Japanese Greetings and Writing System Say It Out Loud For starters, here's a list of common greetings and useful expressions. Point to a phrase to hear how it's pronounced. Listen carefully, and try saying it yourself. In the system of romanization used in this section, "ee" is not pronounced like feet. Welcome to the Japan National Tourism Organization website Current local time in Japan UTC/GMT is 08:36 on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 Current Weather Conditions in Tokyo Partly Cloudy Time Here, Time There Want to see the time in Japan compared with your home? at Need to compare more than just two places at once? Put a clock on your blog! Have your own blog or web site? International Phone Calls to Japan Sponsored Link: Prepaid Minutes and Phone Cards from NobelcomCall Japan at a great price using a phone card or prepaid minutes from Nobelcom. Thanks for visiting WorldTimeServer.com Are you about to make an International long distance phone call to Japan? Thanks for visiting and we hope you'll bookmark our site and return again!