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December shoko nakagawa shokotan with a cat in her mouth...
But Shôko (No. 36; 34-93-225-9200; www. shoko.biz) seems to have the edge in youth and energy, while the neighboring icebarcelona (Ramon Trias Fargas, 2; 34-93-224-1625; www. icebcn.com), with its promise of a space cooled to minus 8 Celsius (that's 17.6 Fahrenheit; time limit is 45 minutes) has the quirkiest appeal.
shoko nakagawa shokotan with a cat in her mouth, meow
(smack) "English shoko (officer) no goodena." (smack, smack)
He first explained to me the uses in temple music of the taiko and shoko, which are drums; of the flutes called fei or teki; of the flageolet termed hichiriki; and of the kakko, which is a little drum shaped like a spool with very narrow waist, On great Buddhist festivals, Masanobu and his father and his brothers are the musicians in the temple services, and they play the strange music called Ojo and Batto -- music which at first no Western ear can feel pleasure in, but which, when often heard, becomes comprehensible, and is found to possess a weird charm of its own.
The military policernan said, "ou steal chickens from the shoko.