Re: [76attendees] ATM and GSM

Go Kawaguchi <gg55go@gmail.com> Tue, 03 November 2009 07:11 UTC

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Date: Tue, 03 Nov 2009 16:11:49 +0900
From: Go Kawaguchi <gg55go@gmail.com>
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Hi
Ted

I don't know "macrobiotic" though,
this site might be good.
http://vege-navi.jp/?..2.&pref_id=34


Or to search nice restaurants for other people,

Get Hiroshima
http://www.gethiroshima.com/en/

is the most popular site for foreigners who live in Hiroshima.

And its map of "GetHiroshima Map"
http://www.gethiroshima.com/getmap

this would be precious for tourists.

You can download the PDF files and print them.


GO

From: Ted Lemon <mellon@fugue.com>
Date: Tue Nov 03 2009 02:45:54 GMT+0900

> On Nov 2, 2009, at 9:19 AM, Go Kawaguchi wrote:
>> This site might be useful.
>
> It's very useful--thank you!
>
> It would help to have a page with information for people who do are
vegetarian.   I've found this to be difficult when traveling to Japan in
the past - most soup is made with dashi, and the vegetarian items you
find at sushi bars in the U.S. are not that common in Japan.  In the
U.S. there is a tradition of Japanese restaurants called "macrobiotic"
which often have very simple vegetarian and fish dishes, but I've never
found one of these in Japan - I don't think they cater to tourists, if
they exist at all.
>
> Anyway, whether you can help with this or not, thank you for all the
information you've posted!
>