Monthly Archives: March 2013

Spring Weather

I wrote about the little trip we went on about last week. On that day, we climbed Skytree, one of the sight seeing places in mother Tokyo areas. It is, borrowing WIkipeidia’s words, a broadcasting, restaurant, and observation tower. It … Continue reading

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A Party on the Traditional Japanese Cruiser and Cherry Blossoms at their Best

At the place I am working for, we form a group every 6 years and they disband after 6 years. I joined the team three years ago and this is the 6th year so our team will disband on the … Continue reading

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Atsu-sa Samu-sa mo Higan made

You know the expression, “暑さ寒さも彼岸まで(Atsusa(warmth = warm days) Samusa (Coldness = cold days) 彼岸まで ( (last) till Higan-day).”  I wrote in the last fall I guess.  So we have two higan-days.  Higan literally means “the other side of the river.” … Continue reading

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Ume Blossoms

In every country there are some flowers that its people take pride in and Ume (or Japanese apricot) blossoms and cherry blossoms are quintessential flowers that Japanese people are proud of. Well, if you ask average run-of-the-mill Japanese people across … Continue reading

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Spring and Great Loss of Weight

First of all I am sorry that I have been away from this site for so long. I am more and more attracted by studying English hard again. As I said I love English. It is still mesmerizing and gives … Continue reading

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