In Japan there are vending machine’s everywhere. You can buy hot and hold drinks. You can buy strong or weak coffee. When I was in Japan for the first time, I was very surprised when I saw hot coco, coffee and tea in the vending machine.
Canada doesn’t have many vending machines. When you find a vending machine it only has cold things.And you can only buy soda.
The first hot drink I bought from a vending machine in Japan was coco, I drank a lot. The chocolate taste was strong, the hot coco was very delicious and so when I am in Japan in the winter I buy hot coco from the vending machine.
Today’s word is patience.
I learned this word from It Will Be Breakfast at Tiffany’s Someday. I think patience is a very important word.
If you have patience in life, it is very useful. You meet various people everyday. If you are a patient person, you will have very little problems with people.
But if you have too much patience you will also have a problem. If you are a very patience person people can use you.
Wall is an important word but I didn’t know it before today.
Walls are almost everywhere. In Japan wall are very thin.
Last winter I was in Japan. When Ken and I left the house we turned off the heater. After we returned home the house was very cold.
In Canada I live in an apartment so my house is usually hot. In winter and summer it is hot.
Japan’s summer is more humid than Canada’s summer. In Summer Japan’s thin walls are alright.
This differences are very interesting. Different countries, different walls.
Today’s word is furniture.
Japan and Canada’s furniture is usually the same but in Japan there is an interesting table. The table is called a kotatsu. Under the piece if furniture is a heater. On top of this table is a blanket therefore people can be warm in the winter. In Canada tables and heaters are separate.
There are also futons in Canada and Japan. This furniture come from Japan. This type of furniture are very different in the two countries. In Japan the futon is put on the floor but in Canada it is put inside a couch.
Therefore Japan and Canada have the same furniture but used in different ways.