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“The French — who often still associate Japanese food strictly with older restaurants such as Taka, in Montmartre — are warned when calling to make a reservation at Isami that only raw fish is served.”
“This river, which rises in Lake Askell, derives its name from the Indian words, "Taka," a mosquito, and "Heena," a stream, and it is aptly named, for from here on to White Horse City we were assailed by myriads of these pests.”
“Are You There?" by Mono ( "You Are There", 2008) Yoda: guitar Takaakira "Taka" Goto: guitar Tamaki: bass Yasunori Takada: drums www. mono-jpn.com http”
“Drag to Playlist life in mono (soundtrack of great expectations) "Are You There?" by Mono ( "You Are There", 2008) Yoda: guitar Takaakira "Taka" Goto: guitar”
“The French-who often still associate Japanese food strictly with older restaurants such as Taka, in Montmartre-are warned when calling to make a reservation at Isami that only raw fish is served.”
“Here, in a simple but elegant 19th-century former army storehouse is Taka Spa, one of the most luxurious additions to Latvia's burgeoning spa scene.”
“Taka Spa An exotic lime and ginger sea-salt scrub at Taka Spa in Riga.”
“On the other side of the park—and at the opposite end of the scale from the intimate, cozy approach of Taka Spa—is the glitzy ESPA www.espariga.com , attached to the Radisson Blu Hotel Latvija, which opened in 2009.”
“Taka Spa www.takaspa.lv caters to a wealthy, mainly local crowd, which flocks here for treatments that include lymphatic drainage, Elemis lime and ginger scrubs and wraps, as well as yoga and Pilates classes in the airy space in the converted loft at the top of the building.”
“Mine included excellent raw fish at Taka Sushi; and good news from two different parties about job offers.”
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