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  • 記憶喪失後は人形だけを覚えています。 口のシミュレーションは-結婚式を開催しました。この結婚式は花嫁にドレスを着せるだけでなく、芝居もゲストもみんな 高いのは型があって、人を十分にすすり泣くことができます。多くのネットユーザーが非常に不思議だと思っています。 一部の若者は特殊な性癖があると Posted by lnterestinglove in 非凡なセックスを体験させるおもちゃです。 | Jul 16, 2020
  • 日本 九州 親子自駕遊 2019: 佐賀縣 (4/4) 祐德稻荷神社 柳川城離開嬉野市,我們下一站下榻是鳥棲。 選擇鳥棲的原因是這裏交通方便,到其他城市也不需要太花時間。鳥棲往南邊的熊本、東邊的別府、由布都方便。 祐德稻荷神社 到鳥棲前的早上,第一站是到位於鹿島市日本三大稻荷神社之一的祐德稻荷神社。 稻荷神社一般是祈求保佑五榖豐穰、漁業豐收。而這間祐德稻荷神社則是建於1687年。 停車場在河流另一邊,河道兩旁風 Posted by simony in 遊。行。Blog of Simony。 | Sep 30, 2019
  • 2 weeks in Japan===GPS and Prices:=== As a birthday present I got a GPS devise, my parents were joking around, that I would get lost otherwise and never return. Well it was helpful, but I would have managed without it. However that is the Posted by Steffi Kay in Japan - interesting culture and nature | Jun 28, 2020
  • Introduction to Japan / Trivia===Why Japan?=== When my 30th birthday was around everyone was pressuring me what I wanted to do and if I was doing a party. So I decided to go abroad. I was always interested in the Japanese culture, so I decided Posted by Steffi Kay in Japan - interesting culture and nature | Jul 12, 2020
  • 2019 - China & Japan (Part 6 - Kyoto II) Wednesday 28 August This morning we caught the No 11 local bus from just around the corner on Shijo-Dori out to Arashiyama. This is the location of another fine temple with gardens and the Posted by nzhamsta in Glynn's travel blog | Aug 31, 2019
  • Japan We had three weeks in October/November 2017 for Japan:  we arrived at Narita Airport,Tokyo after a bit of a hairy final couple of hours of our flight fighting 150 mph headwinds according to our pilot, and landing in the full Posted by zim321 in Japan | May 13, 2020
  • 2019 - China & Japan (Part 5 - Kyoto I) Monday 26 August A morning's travel from Hiroshima to Kyoto. Firstly a streetcar to the main station, then the traditional Japanese breakfast of a McMuffin and coffee, then the Nozomi 126 s Posted by nzhamsta in Glynn's travel blog | Aug 27, 2019
  • Japan My trip in Japan was amazing. I remember how EVERYTHING is so different that what I was used to. The food is great even if I didn't eat sushi at that time because of my mom who couldn't make them Posted by moerani in A Polynesian in the World | May 1, 2020
  • Weird tourist stuff in OsakaFeb. 23, 2020 I got a little tiny room in a crappy hotel near Spa World, just so I could go to Spa World. I went there in the morning to check it out. It was full of kids Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Apr 10, 2020
  • Maybe I stayed in Kyoto too long... Feb. 7, 2020 I got to Kyoto in the morning and took the subway to my hostel. It was really difficult to figure out how the transit cards worked there. I ended up getting one that Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Apr 8, 2020
  • Back to TokyoJan 30, 2020 There was a poster in my hotel that said I could get a cheap train ticket . I asked the sleepy man how to do that. He couldn’t tell me. So I went to the Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Apr 7, 2020
  • Kinugawa spa resortJan. 29/20 I woke up early again and crossed the street to the train station. I decided to go to Kinugawa, which is a natural spring onsen town. There were about 10 free onsens for foreigners until the end of Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Apr 6, 2020
  • Snowy Nikko Jan 27, 2020 Toshi’s mom was very worried about me taking the train by myself. She took a giant piece of paper and wrote every step of the directions to my next destination in Japanese for me. Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Apr 5, 2020
  • Utsunomiya with Toshi Jan 25, 2020 I had to wake up early to meet Toshi. He knew the ancient Japanese secret of buying train tickets in Tokyo. We had to go the basement of a mall first and then Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Apr 5, 2020
  • Tokyo with Toshi I arrived in Tokyo at Shinjuku station. I was really nervous because of what everyone says about the difficulty of the Tokyo subway system. Actually, it wasn't that hard to navigate. I jumped on one tra Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Apr 5, 2020
  • Day 105-108: It's All Over! While enjoying our free jam and toast hostel breakfast we checked the government website for travel advise (something we seem to have become accustom to doing every couple of hours every day). The pit of the stomach feeling instantly rose Posted by Bears on Tour in Bears on Tour | Apr 2, 2020
  • Day 102-104: Hiroshima 14 March After checking out and killing some time in reception we were at the train station to take our penultimate train with our JR pass to Hirosh Posted by Bears on Tour in Bears on Tour | Apr 2, 2020
  • Nagoya for an assignment I took the bus to Nagoya in the morning. It was a little difficult to find at first, but I made it. I arrived at Leo Star Hostel in the afternoon in time for my assignment at Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Mar 30, 2020
  • 2019 - China & Japan (Part 4 - Hiroshima & Miyajima) Saturday 24 August The ship arrived at Kochi at about 7:00 am and everyone was woken up by large taiko drums being blasted over a sound system from the wharf. We were on that side of the Posted by nzhamsta in Glynn's travel blog | Aug 25, 2019
  • 2019 - China & Japan (Part 3 - Osaka) Friday 23 August We had a late arrival so we could sit on the balcony watching the port facilities go past. Th Posted by nzhamsta in Glynn's travel blog | Aug 23, 2019
  • Sayonara JapanIt has been a bitter sweet day today. Bitter because I have to abandon my goal of walking the Shikoku 88 Temple Pilgrimage. Sweet because I'll be back with my lovely family far sooner than expected. Two Posted by Shikoku88kiwi in Walking in Japan | Mar 20, 2020
  • M rules!I would never be any good at the sport of regaining as I have trouble making sense of maps. Yesterday (18 March) I added five kms to the distance I walked trying to find my way out of Tokushima Posted by Shikoku88kiwi in Walking in Japan | Mar 19, 2020
  • Day 101- Oh Deer! 13th March We both woke up giddy, feeling like yesterday was maybe a dream until we saw the evidence on Izzy's (my fiancé's finger... sounds so weird and grown up saying that!). Once we recovered and after a bit of reminiscing Posted by Bears on Tour in Bears on Tour | Mar 18, 2020
  • Day 100- Big Surprise!!!12 March We had a super busy and exciting day planned today. First up, monkey mountain. Pretty self explanatory; on the outskirts of Kyoto there is Posted by Bears on Tour in Bears on Tour | Mar 18, 2020
  • Day 99- Kyoto Arrival; Rain, Shopping & Caricature11 March Stew hadn’t slept well so I got up to make eggy bread for breakfast with the intention of waking him up when it was ready but apparently ma Posted by Bears on Tour in Bears on Tour | Mar 17, 2020
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