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Checking into our first traditional Japanese accommodations takes us a bit out of our comfort zones. [youtube_sc url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNsiaCcHOs4″]

Checking into our first traditional Japanese accommodations takes us a bit out of our comfort zones.

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15 replies on “Traditional Japanese style”

I think you are turning JAPANESE… can you hear it now? The song? Stuck in your head?

Did you get bananas and little weird jelly candy at the hotel too?

I love it!

Laura,

I cannot stop singing that song!!!! I really don’t have it in me to turn Japanese. I could never be that cute and quiet.

No jelly candies yet. Just mochi, stretchy rice cakes with sweet bean paste.

Karen

You guys are awesome. Isnt it great that laptops (with video editing/graphics software) are so compact? I love it that you are giving these video updates. I look forward to seeing more.

I love your videos. You guys are so funny! Thanks for posting consistently and I can’t wait to see what your next adventure will be.

Note to self: Discontinue sharing tidbits of Ken & Karen’s around-the-world trip with the kids. I had no idea it was PG-13. Nobody needs to see Ken disrobe…literally.

Your kids are learning valuable lessons about the big, wide world (or maybe just being irreversibly traumatized). Never fear: we’re off to Australia next, where the people are a bit more modest, and our posts should feature a greater percentage of cuddly animals like wallabies and wombats.

Like this guy…
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjDGcYm0UvY

I like Mt. Fuji ( Fuji-san, san means mountain.) Onsen, Yukata, Tatami…
By the way, we don’t take off our clothes in front of a video camera. haha

Excellent point, Masako. I must’ve missed that subtle cultural fact somehow. We don’t want to give people the wrong idea!

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