You do not find any public buses with the dirty wheel in Japan.
They are cleaned and inspected by the driver everyday before they leave garage.
Next time you go to Japan, please take a look at buses to if they are clean.
No, it is not PoKe. PoKe is getting popular in the US, but this is Japanese style seafood bowl. You can get one in many places in Japan and the price ranges from 800 yen to 2,000yen. I think the one you are looking at is 1,200 yen in Ameyoko Tokyo.
From the left:
豆大福 Mame Daifuku
桜餅 Sakura Mochi
かしわ餅 Kashiwa Mochi
草餅 Kusa Mochi
大福餅 Daifuku Mochi
Do you like Japanese sweets?
In Japan, (red) beans are cooked with sugar to make sweet paste.
So, when I came to the US and tasted salty beans, it was difficult to adopt.
Many of Japanese sweets are rice (mochi / rice cake) and sweet red means.
Do you like any of them?
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Today, I want to talk about “食欲の秋 (shokuyoku-no-aki).” “食欲 (shoku-yoku)” means appetite, and “秋 (aki)” is fall. So the phrase literally means “Fall (is the season) for appetite.” In other words, fall is the best season to enjoy food!
Here is an example:
I ate too much, but fall is the best season to enjoy food… so it’s alright.
We have some other phrases using “〜の秋” besides 食欲の秋.
読書の秋 (dokusho-no-aki)：fall is the best season for reading
スポーツの秋：fall is the best season for sports
Unlike the US market, there are more different flavors of Kit Kats in Japan. You may want to pick some up when you are in Japan. Those make great gifts. Trust me, I brought some back from japan and they were gone in seconds.
There is no need for you to have a car in Tokyo and other metropolitan cities in Japan. As a matter of fact, trains are so reliable and fast, you really save tome and money over other ground grasportaion like Car, Taxi and Bus.
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