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KYUSHU -1/15-THE LAST COMENT

(2012-01-31)
We enjoyed watching those buildings but they seemed almost the same…

We bought some(many?) souvenirs around this area.
They sold many delicious foods, so we wanted to try some but we had already full…
Ummm…
I wanted to eat ‘Uni-Man(sea egg Chinese steamed meat bun) and oysters…

We left there around 3:00P.M. and got back to Osaka….

We ate many delicious foods in Fukuoka…
I like Fukuoka and I want to live Hakata!!
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KYUSHU -1/15-4

(2012-01-30)
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After we ate lunch, we headed to a seaside.
I didn’t know that but the seaside was a sightseeing spot and many tourists visited there.
We could see a beautiful sea and Yamaguchi Prefecture on the opposite side.

There were many old buildings which were covered with red blocks.
We visited each building.
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It is an International friendship memorial library.
Originally, it was built in 1902 and rebuilt 15 years ago.
The first floor is used as a restaurant, and 2nd and 3rd floors used for library.
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It was used as a custom.
It was built in 1912.
Until early Showa era, it was used.
Now, it is used as a restroom, a cafeteria, and etc.
You can see KamnmonKaikyou from this building; it was beautiful.

It was a Moji Mitsui Club.
It was built in 1921.
When Einstein visited Moji, he stayed here.
Now, it is used for a restaurant and a museum.
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KYUSHU -1/15-3-

(2012-01-29)
We fell hungry.
As you probably know, this area is very famous of puffer fish.
There were some sea food restaurants and we visited one of them.

The lunch which we ate was very reasonable and delicious.
Slices of puffer fish, deep-fry puffer fish, and etc…
Please look at the picture.
They were fresh and delicious.

I like this lunch.
Only one thing which I feel sorry is that waiters and waitresses were not so good.
They were polite but not considerate persons.
As long as we don’t ask, they don’t bring tea.
They need too much time to bring the tea.
The tea is poured with scraped tea leaves.
Ummm. terrible.

I like their lunch.
I don’t think I don’t like the waiters and waitresses.
But I cannot recommend you to visit that restaurant…
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KYUSHU -1/15-2-

(2012-01-28)
We arrived at Moji-Ko Station around 11:00A.M.

Moji-Ko area is called ‘retro town area’.
There are many buildings which were built in Taisho era.
Moji-ko Station was built in 1914. It was designated as an important cultural property.

We visited ‘Kyushu Train Museum’.
You can learn a history of trains in Kyushu.
They show some trains, a locomotive, a diesel, and so on.
I have gotten on some of them. They made me feeding back to my youth.

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We really enjoyed this museum.
We talked about trips when we were kids.
We had the same memories, for example, we wanted to drink ‘tea’ which was sold in the train.
We said Father and Mother had never bought the tea in the train because Parents brought tea pots!!!

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We visited NTT museum.
We could see old type’s telephones.
We have seen some of them in TV or films but we have never used.
But we used some of them when we were kids.
Watching those telephones was very interesting.
A man explained about some exhibits.
I know it is a NTT building but I think it was lucky to look at them for free.

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MOJI-KO STATION
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KYUSHU -1/15-1-

(2012-01-25)
On the 15th.

The hotel which we stayed at had good services.
For example, they have several kinds of shampoo, and we can choose a maker of shampoo.
They have bath salts, drip coffee, and ….

In each room, they prepared jasmine tea.
It blooms in the water; it is very beautiful.
The taste is not so good, but I like this type of service.

We ate breakfast at the hotel.
A catering delivered a lunch(breakfast?) box.
It was only 300yen!!!
It was very reasonable.
The hotel has a microwave, so I heated it in the microwave.

The plan of the day was visiting Moji, so we headed to Hakata Station.
First, we were going to get on a subway, but we could see many buses to Hakata Station, so we got on a bus.
We arrived at Hakata Station.
I was really surprised because the fee of the bus was only a hundred yen.
I think Hakata is a good place.
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KYUSHU-1/14-8-

(2012-01-23)
After we enjoyed Mizudaki, we walked along a river.
We ate too much, so as long as we didn’t reduce the stuff in our stomach, we wouldn’t sleep.

There were many food stalls along the river.
The food stalls in Hakata are very famous.
But those stalls weren’t my image.
My image of the stalls is…

A middle-aged man, who seems really tired of his life, sits on a dirty stool.
He sips a glass of sake and munches Oden, and says, ‘one more’.

But the stalls seem only for tourists.
I was disappointed….

We went to CANAL CITY. Almost all of the shops have already closed, it was late, but Moomin shop still opened.
They sold very cute goods, bags, pasta, cookies, T-shuts, etc.
My favorite one is Hattifattener tongs(ニョロニョロのトング).
I think it is a really good idea.
We bought a couple of things there, and then went back to the hotel.
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KYUSHU -1/14-7-

(2012-01-23)
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I will tell you ‘how to enjoy Hakata Mizudaki’.

First, you should taste a soup.
A restaurant give you a small cup for tasting, so you put salt a little, and pour a soup in the cup.

According to the waitress, you should eat each food at each time.

First, you put chicken meat balls into the nabe, and eat.
After eat them, you should eat chicken meat.
And then, tofu, vegetables.
So, you can find the differences between each soup.

I really like chicken, but I didn’t like Mizudaki.
But this Mizudaki was special…
The soup of the Mizudaki is like a soup of ramen.
Oh!!
Now, I want to eat Mizudaki and ramen!!!
☆*:.。. o(≧▽≦)o .。.:*☆

After you eat every foods…Zousui is waiting for you.
At that restaurant, the waitress cooked Zousui.
She put cooked rice in the soup, cooked, put beaten raw egg on it!!!
Please look at the picture and imagine how the taste is like!!!
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*・゜゚・*:.。..。.:*・’(*゚▽゚*)’・*:.。. .。.:*・゜゚・*
I love Hakata and Hakata food!!
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