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No, not a Mister Donuts.

The nearest Mister Donuts is in Tokamachi.

 

BTW, building on Route 17 in Yuzawa that used to be a McDs seems to have re-opened as a ramen shop. Lets see if they can do better than the Mos Burger > 7-11 > McDonalds that building used to be!

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It's in Jusco, or what used to be Jusco.

If the Jusco in Tokamachi is like the one here in Muikamachi, it's now Aeon!

Opened a few years back now I suppose.

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Surprised me when I saw it. The name Jusco has gone completely from the Muikamachi one. Only noticed it about a month ago actually, don't know when the change was made. Now if only they had a Mister Donuts in there!

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I missed this.

Congratulations on the move and everything, must be settled down by now I suppose.

I hate moving but when it's to a better place always great getting used to it.

friend

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Anyone in Minamiuonuma will see the big sign and laser pointing to the sky! wink

 

On the east side of the expressway/route 17, fairly close to the mountains. Joetsu Kokusai is probably 10 minutes drive away, Maiko about 10 minutes, Hakkai-san about 15 minutes.

 

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Haven't been around for a while as we have left Japan.

Congratulations on the move.

And thanks for being a great site and community.

Really helped when we were over there.

Doesn't look like we will be back to Japan anyime soon.

Good luck with everything and keep going strong!

 

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Thanks viv&kev, and all the other well-wishers.

 

We're have been working full on with some pretty exciting new stuff that should hopefully be online come October.

 

friend

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+1 on the belated congrats for the move to your new abode! clap Also looking forward to see the new stuff in October!

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Kind of! A combination of getting bogged down with work, studying for the JLPT and a crap internet connection at home! smile

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Cheers David!

 

Nice idea B of C but then how am I going to fund my seasons in Hokkaido? wakaranai They almost bankrupt me as it is! biggrin

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It sounds good but then I've no job security, no fixed abode, no car and a large credit card bill to pay off! biggrin No complaints though, I'll be heading up there again in January! thumbsup

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Hi Mick good to see you around.

 

Mad for it! Is it Furano again or are you going to go somewhere else this time?

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Hi there! wave I'm currently undecided. Much as I like Furano, I really enjoyed Niseko and Rusutsu so wouldn't mind spending some more time exploring those and some of the other resorts over that way. & I keep promising myself a trip to Hakkoda. Then there's Myoko and some other resorts that I missed out on in March. & I still haven't been to Hakuba! biggrin

 

PS Just realised that I've completely hijacked this post - sorry guys! hijack

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Yes and no! As with all places, it has its pros and cons but I've now made some good friends there so I guess that's the biggest draw and what will probably see me return there for a least a few weeks this season. smile

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Originally Posted By: Mick Rich
Yes and no! As with all places, it has its pros and cons


Well, I have heard some places have no cons. grandpa

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