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There was no decaf drip at Starbucks at Itami Airport. So I ordered Decaf Americano ... It was so weak, it was terrible. I returned it. They made on with less water and gave it to me ... I accepted it but I threw it away without letting people at the store know. They may know how to make coffee but they do not know to make good coffee. Especially Decaf.
PS: In Japan, people call Iced Coffee ... Ice Coffee.
What can we buy from Japan?
Ema (絵馬 means "picture-horse") are small wooden plaques, common to Japan, in which Shinto and Buddhist worshippers write prayers or wishes. The ema are left hanging up at the shrine, where the spirits or gods are believed to receive them.
In ancient times people would donate horses to the shrines for good favor; over time this was transferred to a wooden plaque with a picture of a horse, and later still to the various wooden plaques sold today for the same purpose.
Once inscribed with a wish, Ema are hung at the shrine until they are ritually burned at special events, symbolic of the liberation of the wish from the writer.
2. They try to tell you what to do
3. They live in the default position
4. They enjoy secrecy
5. They are pessimists
6. They cannot limit their exposure to bad news
7. They have very thin skin
8. They complain a lot
9. They never move outside their comfort zone
10. They love the word ‘but’
11. They are underachievers
12. They never get excited about future projects
13. They become energy vampires
14. They miss out on the good things of life
15. They put a negative spin on good news
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