Headed to Susukino for Ramen, Sapporo’s Red Light District

Nice pictures of Susukino!
Not many people take pictures of those “Information center”. I believe that forerigners are not familiar with the another side of Japanese night life. Anyway I am glad that you enjoyed your ‘not too salty’ ramen! Many Japanese including myself love salty foods. We must reduce salt in foods little by little.

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// To recap, we signed up and went for Hong Thai Travel’s 8 Days Hokkaido / Tokyo tour package and in this post and the upcoming posts, I will be sharing them via the days (e.g Day 1, Day 2 etc) but if some locations interest me enough, I will share them in details in a post on its own! This is so if anyone is researching on Hong Thai Travel’s tour package, you can have an idea on what to expect. So stay tuned!

The overview of the tour package can also be found here. Day 2,  Day 3 and Day 4’s  itinerary is already shared in previous posts! Day 2’s post is here, Day 3’s post is hereDay 4’s post is here and Day 5’s post is here!

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The last night in Hokkaido saw us hanging out late at Susukino, Sapporo’s Red Light…

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Japanese Food

Reblog Yasupa’s blog again. This entry is about various food in Japan. What I feel interesting is that he feel hungry after a dinner. He enjoys japanese food very much.

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Hey guys,

I don’t have a lot of plans this week so I thought I would write a post about Japanese food. The food here is entirely different from the food in the west, as are the customs. Some things I have eaten are not surprising at all, things like sushi are popular in the western world as well and the taste of sushi is not very different here.

In the Netherlands we eat bread for breakfast and lunch. I really hate bread so I’m very happy I hardly eat any bread here in Japan. A typical breakfast consists of a bowl of rice, miso soup, vegetables and usually a fried egg. Lunch and dinner can be anything. In the Netherlands we usually eat a lot more for dinner than for lunch and breakfast, in Japan the portions are about the same size. Quite often I’m still hungry after a…

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