As the saying goes - you get what you pay for. And sometimes you won't even get that. Hotel stays in China can be miserable or half enjoyable depending on your expectations & price.Do yourself a favor & have a backup plan. Some Hostels in China don't require IDs for admittance. When in doubt, bribe!
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Four second video shows a true one-in-a-million shot.In these bleak days of escalating military tensions and Frieza babies, we would all use a good laugh. And what more universal path to laughter is there than watching a guy get hit in the nuts by something?
It’s a tried and tested formula that has been carrying America’s Funniest Home Videos for the past 28 years. With so many groin shot videos, it’s easy to assume we’ve seen it all, but not so fast. We now present to you: Water skier Read more [...]
Free package includes dinner modeled after meals eaten by feudal lords. Although I spent several years working in the hotel industry, my personal travel style makes me pretty flexible as far as picking as accommodations are concerned. As long as the location is good and the room clean, I don’t need a whole lot of other amenities, especially if I’m staying for just one night (if there’s a convenience store nearby that sells local beer, that’s just icing on the cake).
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In Japan’s largest prefecture, we found what just might be it’s largest hamburger steak.Among the classifications of food in Japan is one called yoshoku. Literally meaning “Western food,” yoshoku could more accurately be described as Japanese-oriented reworkings of commonly used Western ingredients and/or cooking styles, which results in things such as omurice rice omelettes.
One of the most popular types of yoshoku is simply called hamburg, a patty of ground meat that’s flat-grilled Read more [...]
There are a lot of "Japanese Things" in America. Some of those things don't actually exist in Japan, though.Ryosuke and I find this hilarious. We were talking about it a couple weeks ago (after a friend from high school came to visit me here in Tokyo) - and we were like "Hey, we should do a video about this!!!"And if you have any other "stereotypical Japanese things that don't exist in Japan" - please leave them in the comments section!One-time donation (to support the creation of videos): Read more [...]
Starbucks and coffee nuts alike shouldn’t miss out on this unique, luxurious method of coffee preparation.GINZA SIX, the largest retail facility in Tokyo’s posh Ginza district, finally opened its doors on April 20th to extreme fanfare. This new shopping and cultural center features over 241 high-end brands, including many international names that are marking their Japanese debut.
Approximately 2,500 people waited in line on the morning of the 20th to be there for the grand opening of GINZA Read more [...]
Simply stepping foot on a stretch of pavement in Kawasaki has left at least three people with injuries on their feet.Strangeness broke out on the bank of the Tama River which runs between Kawasaki and Tokyo earlier this month. Three cases of people who received chemical burns on their feet after running along the river were reported.
▼ Approximate area of the incidentsEach victim was using the same stretch of a marathon course but noticed nothing out of the ordinary prior to their injuries. Read more [...]
Really, is there any more sensible way to spend that money than in obtaining a 1:1-scale figure of the female lead of one of anime’s most popular harem series?Just like human beings need a strong sense of identity for a rich, fulfilling life, so too does an anime series need to understand exactly what itself is in order to be successful. In the case of To Love-Ru and its follow-up To Love-Ru Darkness, the people in charge of the anime and manga know that while they’ve got science fiction Read more [...]