Hello! this is NAO, G'day from SakuraHotel Hatagaya!
I'd like to show you, the Australian Ale "COOPERS RED and COOPERS GREEN"!!!
Have you ever tried "Ale"? it tastes like Beer, but Absolutely different!!
color is not clear, yeast is still alive in it (which is dead in Beer),
and it gives Ale amazing fruity flavor and after-taste....
absolutely standing out from ordinary beers.... worth a Try!!
RED is for Ale lover as it has strong flavor, and GREEN is for first-timer as it has mild taste :)
Til last month, I'd been working for cattle station in FNQ, Australia....
so Australian beer is not just a beer, its part of my life and part of my blood for sure... :)
Not only this Aussie Ale, we have lots of beer from all around the world!!!
Please visit us and have a nice time with our fabulous beer!! are you ready for "cheers" ?? :)
Today I would like to write about the music at Sakura Cafe Hatagaya.We normally plays the internet radio at our cafe. So, you can enjoy a broad range of music here.Your favorite songs may be played when you're having a coffee.
Good coffee and good music!!
Don't you think it's a perfect conbination??
This morning , My favorite song " English Man in New York / Sting" was played :-P
Now it's your time !!
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Kamakura is a city close to the sea about an hour away from Tokyo.
It's famous for its many shrines and temples, and a big Buddha statue, the Kamakura Daibutsu. Kamakura is usually flooded with tourists, because it's just beautiful and perfect for day trips from Tokyo. It's definitely one of my favorite places in Japan.
One of the reasons I like Kamakura so much is because they sell icecream with sweet potato flavor there. Sounds like a weird combination, but it's really tasty!
When I went last week the weather was just perfect, sunny but not too hot.
Here are some photos I took while walking around the town!
This is Tsurugaoka Hachimangû, a famous Shintô Shrine right in the center of the city.
Komachidoori is a long street with many souvenir shops and restaurants.
There's a Ghibli Store there as well.
Sweet Potato Icecream (the purple one). I forgot to take a picture of the real thing because it tasted so good that I didn't even think about my camera. Maybe next time. ;)
There's still so much more to see in Kamakura. I'll definitely go again!
Our customers from China and Hong Kong this morning left with a sweet message. Thank you so much for your continuing support. The people of Japan appreciate your thoughts and prayers very much.
One of the guys also had a really cool pink camera. I've never seen a professional camera like this in any fashionable colors before. You scored some major style points with this one! Btw I also got to take a few photos with it. :)
She is one of my favorite artists of all time. Well-known for her repeating dot patterns, her art encompasses an astonishing variety of media.
"The Flowers of Shangri-la" is one of my favorite piece of hers that can be seen at Kirishima Open-air Museum. If you ever get a chance to visit south of Kyushu Kagoshima, I suggest you to put this on your To-do list. The museum hold art pieces of would-famous artists including Isamu Noguchi and Yoko Ono.
Back to Tokyo.... if you are looking for some place to find some arty souvenir, Spiral in Aoyama is a great place to go.