-･- From My Everyday Life to Japanese Culture -･- Why don't you see the real Japan, not the typical foreigners' version.
I arrived in a west coast city.
It was cool and sprinkled a little bit.
I’m staying at a so-called boutique hotel that is stylish and comfortable.
Above all, the hotel staffs are personable and solicitous. I can stay here without anxiety.
When I checked into the hotel in down town I felt sick and run to a bathroom, but after lying awake in bed for a while, I recovered and was getting hungry.
So, I walked out on the streets to look for a restaurant.
The rain had stopped and the sun was out.
Many people were listening to the band playing in a square.
Someone was dancing.
When I go abroad on business alone, I normally eat East Asian food on the first day because I think it’s effective in keeping up a good condition.
I found some Chinese restaurants and made a mistake in selecting.
After returning to the hotel, I took a nap.
I couldn’t do anything yesterday because I was in the fog of a jet-lagged mind.
I had dinner at a Japanese restaurant near the hotel.
Udon (うどん: noodles made of wheat flour) was acceptable level.
It's 8 a.m. local time, and I feel full of health.
I've got to get moving.