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Chi-rock – July Session  Posted on 08/07/2015
Our monthly Blues band gig at the Blues Bar came up. We were lacking a drummer, he was out of town. I did not consider it a big deal, the Doctor and I have played several venues, without him. As it turned out it went well and truthfully I...
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Kashita Shrine Tai Kai  Posted on 08/03/2015
Kashita Shrine Tai Kai – the lesson   Back when I first came to this area I went to the Kyudojo that was closest to me. It was at this Kashita shrine. It had an old school Dojo feel to it and it was at a Shrine, so it had, at...
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Suizen 吹禅 – July  Posted on 08/02/2015
Blowing Zen – July   This Aug it will be 6 month since I started Shakuhachi class. It is kind of slow going but, I find it interesting. I am kind of thinking in a light sort of way, maybe, I can become a Shakuhachi street...
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Zazen with the Yakuza  Posted on 07/31/2015
  It had been awhile since I went to the ZaZen session with Yoh Sensei. Partly because I have been busy, and party because I had not wanted to. The sessions are not really interesting, unlike my Chan sessions, where there is something...
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Kyudo the long & winding road  Posted on 07/26/2015
  With starting back to work for the Silver center I did not get a chance this week to go into the Kyudojo on Tues and Thursday. My days now have switched, but also there was a Typhoon this week that threw my timing off as well, I...
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Jazzy Ozaki  Posted on 07/22/2015
Ozaki Jazz fellowship   LZ came across a local website hosted by a local Jazz band group. More like a social Jam group than just a band. There are some 30 members. They are quite close to our house. lZ contacted them for me and posted...
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I can see clearly now…  Posted on 07/19/2015
I can see clearly now, the rain has gone… The Typhoon has passed it was wet but thankfully not that windy. Everything here survived. Allah be praised! No I am not Muslim. Just another word for the Great Spirit.   Not what the...
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Calm before the storm  Posted on 07/16/2015
Calm before the storm – Pre-typhoon training   I got my chocolate butt in gear early today and hustled on over to the dojo. I needed to get there early to meet my Sempai, the one who plays Shakuhachi. I decided to bring my...
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July Tai Kai  Posted on 07/12/2015
Kishiwada Monthly meeting – July – TaiKai   As the title says, every month my dojo has a monthly meeting, there is also a club Tai Kai at this time. I have not been in a while due to other commitments, however today I was...
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Earth connection, life connection  Posted on 07/12/2015
  There is something grounding (pun intended), spiritual about growing one’s own food. Even if it is just a small amount, besides the benefits of being organic if you chose. and why should you not, food is medicine, the taste is...
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  • Rossielienne
    Rossielienne 25 July 2013 05:28:42

    My friends and I with our kids,once stayed at Sakura hotels when we went to Tokyo Sky Tree and Ueno park.Well,we reserved for a room for 3 with four kids with us.The place is consider to be near to central Tokyo.We prefered to eat outside the hotel because menus are not fit for children.The front desk coordinator is friendly and can speak English.There are lots of foreign snacks.We are requested to keep the children quite as possible.

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