DAY FIFTY-TWO: VISIT WITH HIROMI, LAST SUSHI, AND LAST LANGUAGE CLASS

Konnichiwa family and friends,

This Thursday (the 26th) we went to Hiromi’s house to visit her daughter and have pizza. We hadn’t been able to see her daughter any of the other days we visited Hiromi’s house because her daughter hadn’t been feeling well. She is really cool! She is really good at drawing and loves movies and books. We really enjoyed getting to know her. Here is a picture of an amazing drawing that she drew by hand.

Here are some pictures of their cat Bonchan.

After we had said goodbye to Hiromi and her daughter we went back to our apartment. A little later on we left to go to Hon Atsuigi for our language class, we went early so that we could go shopping and have time to go and have sushi for dinner. Hannah found a coat that she really liked for only 200 yen, and we really enjoyed our last sushi in Japan.

Every time you have 5 plates you can slide them through this slot and the video screen will play a video in which you can win or lose a prize.  Here is a video to show you what that looks like.

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We didn’t win this time but here’s another video, will we win?  Also notice this video shows how the upper conveyor belt works for when you custom order sushi instead of just choosing the items that come around.

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Mmm, salmon sushi with onion and mayonnaise.

 

Still not a winner, one more time….

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WE WON A PRIZE! Halloween themed washi tape.

 

We then had our  last language class and were sad to say goodbye to our sensei.

We are sad to leave Japan, but excited to come back home as well!

Elias

 

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