I’m living for over more than one year in Japan now, and I can now say that the fall is my favorite season. The unbearable heat en humidity starts to fade away in the cooling fall breeze. And like me, who is welcoming this change the Japanese people also celebrate this with many events. One of these events is the Hakata light up walk.
People maybe already heard of the phenomenon cat café’s in Japan. They are extremely popular, because owing a pet in Japan is not so easy. But recently they added a new concept to this, Owl cafe. It’s the same as with cat cafe’s, you pay so you can be with the owls for a certain amount of time. Like maybe some people already know, I’m a big Harry Potter fan, so I needed to see this. And luck at my side there is one on Fukuoka, So that is where I went with some friends, to the owl cafe Hakata.
Sometimes you have one of those moments you do not know what to do, but you do not want to stay inside. On one of these days I decided to walk around the Hakata area. I took some pictures and when it became dark we also discovered the freedom market. So here are a few pictures from my walk around the Hakata area.
Alles begint eindelijk in zijn plooi te vallen. Van maandag tot vrijdag elke dag vier uurtjes les. Daarna probeer ik de kans te grijpen om de omgeving rond de school te verkennen. Mijn klas werd samengevoegd met een andere klas. Ineens waren we dus met bijna dubbel zoveel studenten. Een leuke verassing. Ook kreeg ik geld terug omdat ik mijn boek terug bij had (3000Yen), mooi meegenomen dus. De blogpost van deze week: Attack of the guardians
Everything is finally beginning to fall into its place. From Monday to Friday I have every day four hours Japanese lesson. Then I try to grasp the opportunity to explore the area around the school. My class was combined with another class. Suddenly we were so with almost twice as many students. Also I got money back because I brought back my book with me to Japan a 3000 Yen bonus. This week blog post about: Attack of the guardians