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I'll have the one with the CR 500 engine thanks.
Yuzu shochu on the rocks is a favourite
I like shochu with a dollop of marmalade and topped up with hot water.
That's a real shame. I wonder why though. Sanosaka does not rely on foreign guests. Very few westerners go there. The domestic market should be...
Be patient young Padawan. With time and practice you too can become a sanctimonious "worlds best driver." We wish you well on your quest.
Not me. I travell in stealth mode.
On most years 47 will be open right up till golden week. North facing.
Just say Nihongo with the crossed arms. They just give you a brochure and leave. Unless....they answer with some english, then it gets tricky.
Seems to be plenty of JW door knockers in Japan. Always local women.
Had one like that in our little town today. Line of cars slows down, guy on motorbike at the back decides to overtake the line, but the lead car...
MTB has become very popular at Hakuba. Quite a few very good riders residing there, both local and expat.
Would be carnage trying to use Fly gear.
About the only thing Yanaba has going for it is the train stop directly opposite.
Which is probably what Sanosaka needs.
Oh for the "good ol days" when you could ski all three on "Mens Day" for 2500 yen.
Always though i would like to visit this station.
Apparently both Miyako and the station became a bit of a celebrity.
Wasn't there a thing recently where Airbnb will not list you property until you had all the relevant health, fire certificates etc ?
And do you...
Went drinking and played pool with Matt Hayden in Hakuba. Also Steve Bradbury who was happy to chat about anything other than " that event".
The scariest I have seen was people moving snow from the roof of Hotel Green at Cortina. That's about 6 or 7 stories. They did have harnesses, but...
Good looking Catsicum.
I have previously watch the entire series from TokyoLlama. He even states that the idea of ever getting back the amount of money pumped into the...