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Old 13-11-2014, 01:25 AM   #1441
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Anybody went to Mitsui Outlet Park in Osaka? Is it worth the trip down?
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Old 14-11-2014, 08:51 AM   #1442
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I might be going out of topic here, but would anyone know what a tosho card(図書カード) is?
How does one uses this card? Is it like a library card?


I have seen quite a few anime magazines giving out the cards and I'm interested to know what it is used for. Tried asking around but no one around knows what the card does. Hope to shed some light on these cards lolz..


Many thanks in advance! =)
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Old 14-11-2014, 09:29 AM   #1443
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Toshocard.com

It is a stored value card that you can use in bookstores
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Old 14-11-2014, 09:36 AM   #1444
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I might be going out of topic here, but would anyone know what a tosho card(図書カード) is?
How does one uses this card? Is it like a library card?


I have seen quite a few anime magazines giving out the cards and I'm interested to know what it is used for. Tried asking around but no one around knows what the card does. Hope to shed some light on these cards lolz..


Many thanks in advance! =)
Googling toshocard gives you this
http://www.toshocard.com/guideline/faq.html#category01

As far as I understand, it is a gift card. They can be exchanged for souvenirs.
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Old 14-11-2014, 07:29 PM   #1445
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Toshocard.com

It is a stored value card that you can use in bookstores

Thanks for the explanation!! =)
Any idea if they can be used in places like Animate or Gamers? =x
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Old 26-11-2014, 01:50 PM   #1446
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okay time for me get some advice from 皆先輩 here

I am mulling over a trip to Japan coming February. I am thinking of doing abt 4 days in say Takayama...

that month will be cold and I do know there are some events going on in Takayama...

any other notables to introduce?
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Old 04-12-2014, 10:17 PM   #1447
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hihi i need translation help again.



the above image translated as below:

3rd Dec to 10 Dec: Registration Period
-Balloting-
16th Dec: Ballot result announcement
16 Dec to 22 Dec: Purchasing Procedure
then the last frame 21 dec, can help me translate?

TQVMIA
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Old 05-12-2014, 05:00 AM   #1448
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hihi i need translation help again.



the above image translated as below:

3rd Dec to 10 Dec: Registration Period
-Balloting-
16th Dec: Ballot result announcement
16 Dec to 22 Dec: Purchasing Procedure
then the last frame 21 dec, can help me translate?

TQVMIA
Delivery of merchandize (according to sequence in small at the bottom)
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Delivery of merchandize (according to sequence in small at the bottom)
Thanks!

Wah if I staying on 12 Feb, delivery on 21 Dec you all think hotel willing to keep for me for 2 months?
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Any 1 been to Gala Yuzawa ?? Can you advise wat is there to do other than skiing. How many hours would u spend at Gala Yuzawa ?
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Old 09-12-2014, 12:05 PM   #1451
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Any 1 been to Gala Yuzawa ?? Can you advise wat is there to do other than skiing. How many hours would u spend at Gala Yuzawa ?
I'm going there next year. There seems to be a snow trekking activity where they give u snowshoes and u trek with them for a few hours. Other than that, skiing only I guess.

Anyone know where to rent those snow jet skis? Gf want to play those.
Edit: I'm based in Tokyo so must be near tokyo, day trip only, need to go back to hotel in Tokyo as I already booked my full 10 nights there
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Old 09-12-2014, 12:11 PM   #1452
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I'm going there next year. There seems to be a snow trekking activity where they give u snowshoes and u trek with them for a few hours. Other than that, skiing only I guess.

Anyone know where to rent those snow jet skis? Gf want to play those.
Edit: I'm based in Tokyo so must be near tokyo, day trip only, need to go back to hotel in Tokyo as I already booked my full 10 nights there
Hi bluebird33, i'll be heading there nxt year as well. Do u have the link for the snow trekking activity ? i nv saw this activity at Gala yuzawa webpage. i'm still in a dilemma whether to stay there for half day or 1 whole day.
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Old 09-12-2014, 12:28 PM   #1453
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Hello, would like to ask if am going to Hokkaido during 11dec - 20 dec. will i need a winter pants?
can i just wear a jeans + longjohn?
pls advice.TIA. =D
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Old 09-12-2014, 12:32 PM   #1454
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Hi bluebird33, i'll be heading there nxt year as well. Do u have the link for the snow trekking activity ? i nv saw this activity at Gala yuzawa webpage. i'm still in a dilemma whether to stay there for half day or 1 whole day.
http://www.galaresort.jp/winter/english/lesson/lesson.html
Look at the part below private lessons.

I think I'll go there 1 whole day, since the price difference not much for rental, and I'm afraid that I'm a slow learner for skiing.
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Old 09-12-2014, 03:58 PM   #1455
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Anyone know if these are the correct way to say?

1) May I taste this food/snack? この食べ物を味わってみていいですか?
2) May I try out this [insert item here]? この商品をためしてみていいですか?

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