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O Miyage

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  1. [Koya-san: "one of the most rewarding places in Kansai," amazing train ride through the mountains, cable car up to the temple, sleep in the temple (shukubo) and participate in o-inori (Buddhist prayer) or o-tsutomi (work), eat shojin-ryori] Sleep: Koya-san Youth Hostel, Dorm CONTACTED, I'm waiting for confirmation. 8/21 Mon.
  2. Miyagi Prefecture (宮城県, Miyagi-ken) is a prefecture of Japan located in the Tōhoku region of Honshu. Miyagi Prefecture has a population of 2,, (1 June ) and has a geographic area of 7, km² (2, sq mi).Miyagi Prefecture borders Iwate Prefecture to the north, Akita Prefecture to the northwest, Yamagata Prefecture to the west, and Fukushima Prefecture to the south.
  3. Mar 11,  · Miyagi (as in Miyagi prefecture) is written with the kanji 宮城. The first kanji, 宮, is read as "miya" and means "palace," "shrine," or even "member of the imperial family.".
  4. It means souvenir. Japanese people usually bring back home some edible stuff from any far away place they have been visiting for work or pleasure. It is usually the local speciality from the destination. I remember reading somewhere that it is cal.
  5. Jun 12,  · NIPPON MIYAGE UT (SHORT-SLEEVE GRAPHIC T-SHIRT) is rated out of 5 by 4. Rated 5 out of 5 by Jamie from The buy two get one free is deceivimg I followed the special instructions and only carted three shirts that distinctively said these were part o .
  6. See 3 photos from 25 visitors to O・MIYAGE-YA Kiosk 東海キヨスク. Convenience Store in 大阪市, 大阪府 Foursquare uses cookies to provide you with an optimal experience, to personalize ads that you may see, and to help advertisers measure the results of their ad campaigns.
  7. The Miyagi Olle Trail start with the Kesennuma/Karakuwa Trail along the majestic Pacific Coast and the Oku-Matsushima Trail which overlooks Matsushima, one of the three scenic spots in Japan. The Miyagi Olle Trail was created as a sister trail to those in Jeju (Korea), Kyushu and Mongolia. It is the first on Japan’s main island of Honshu.
  8. Ever heard of omiyage? Well, when a Japanese person tells you that it means "souvenir," you'll probably be picturing a keychain or a shot glass, right? Oh, how this translation misguides you. If you're headed to Japan, or you're one of the lucky sons-of-guns who lives there now, you're goi.

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