很多人都知道日本的膠囊旅館很有名，這回我想介紹的不是一般的膠囊旅館，這間叫做First Cabin (頭等艙)膠囊旅館。全日本有很多分店，走的是高質感設計路線，有別於一班對於傳統膠囊旅館只有一張床大小、而且完全無法站立的印象，First Cabin的床鋪沒有上下好幾層，可以在裡面站立，房型有兩種，first class是還有小桌子跟一點點的走動空間，business class就只有一張床大小。這次我去旅行有擇一晚去體驗看看，設計上真的很有質感，不過就是沒有門(只有簾子)，寢室空間也不能交談，甚至連鬧鐘都不能設，morning call會有客服親自到你床邊叫醒你。這些與一般飯店不同的經驗到也蠻有趣的，可以體驗看看唷。
Now the time has come to say goodbye. This is my last post. I have finished at Nihongo centre, and they have taken care of me over the last year. The teachers have been extremely supportive and helpful, not just with teaching, but also as friends and counsellors.
I will be remaining in Japan four another 2 months of so, exploring and sorting out my stuff for going back to England. But I will be returning to Japan. I don’t know when, but I will. So for now, sayonara!
Me and my girlfriend have recently developed an obsession over an American program called Fringe. It’s insanely complex, spanning 30 years of different universes and timelines.
So, what do other people obsess over? I know most of my class were always watching anime, and I do too, but they’re are only a few that ever really got me obsessed (Steins:Gate, and Ghost in the Shell)
This is my first weekend off since finishing school on Tuesday this week! I am spending it mostly with a cold, but also at work at an irish bar I work in Gion, an area of Kyoto.
I don’t mind this, as it can be quite fun.
But I’m going to miss my class. And I know we will never all be together in the same room again.