So my wife and I decided we wanted to pig out today. We chose the Prince Hotel in Shinagawa. HAPUNA LUXE DINING. This place is amazing! So many different varieties of foods to choose from! It’s like heaven for people who loves to eat lol. When I arrived, the first thing I dove into was the crab legs. It was an all you eat buffet so that’s exactly what I did. I ate all the crab legs I could. Then I got sick… what a bummer. I ate that seafood like a wild man! Maybe I shouldn’t have but at least a brother got his money’s worth. Ha-ha got you suckers!
面白いネイティブの表現として、”pig out” （大食いする）というのがあります。lol はアメリカの絵文字です。
シャリカ先生の休日日記 ～奈良 室生山公園芸術森～
Happy New Year.
I hope that you ended 2019 with a blast and I am wishing for a prosperous New Year. May we all be blessed this 2020.
Last New Year holiday, I got some free time, so I decided to go to Kansai area with my friends. There’s this place that I’ve been dying to visit the first time I saw its picture. This place is not as popular as other tourist spots in Japan. Only a few people are aware of it as well. It’s located in the remote part of western Nara. Let me tell you more about it.
The place I’m talking about is Muro Art Forest. Have you heard of it before? It’s an open-air museum and park in the heart of Muro village. It is a 700 meters (2,300 feet) in length park. It is originally conceptualized by Bukichi Inoue, a local sculptor and the varied art pieces in the park were designed by renowned Israeli sculptor, Dani Karavan. The art used was based on the theme “Harmony between Nature and Art”.
This place is a family-friendly destination. It is a perfect place to relax and escape from the bustle of everyday life. It’s such a peaceful place. I hope you’ll get a chance to see and visit this place. For you to get to there, you have to go hiking for 30 minutes, not to mention the train and bus rides for long hours. It may be difficult to get there but it’s all worth it.
Let me share a picture of me in my favorite art piece.
I hope you’ll like it.
So the other day I was strolling through Shibuya-Ku. I instantly felt as if I was home when I spotted what looks to be a wall of graffiti. Wow! What a beauty. Growing up as a kid in the U.S. east coast, I was deep into the art. A connoisseur if I may. It was very interesting to capture this style of graffiti art all the way here in Japan. “I wonder whose?”, I thought. It was breathtaking to realize how small this world really is because this culture started from the streets and ghettos across America. Now it’s here all the way in Japan. I give my Japanese bros props for carrying the culture on their backs. Respect!
Enjoy! English Café