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Oct 21, 2011


All right, Shiroi_Tora!

I'll post an entry about mysterious and strange natural phenomenon which appears only in the cold early morning in the midst of winter.

What a nice place to be able to work. The train is also a nice way to commute. Reflection...reading...listening to music while you enjoy the scenery...what a great way to start and end the day.

When you get time...please post more photos of the new area where you will now work.

I think it is the smaller communities which reflect the true nature of the nation. People have a chance to be themselves. They can take pleasure in the beautiful surroundings and of the quieter...more simple routines of life.

I had found quite a bit of difference among the people of Osaka (although they were very kind...they were under a lot of pressure it seemed)...and those of the small fishing village where my wife's parents reside (on Shikoku). They seemed more at ease...more deeply happy. I think they have more opportunity to enjoy the great and simple pleasures of life.

Anyway...I am looking forward to hearing more about your new job location.

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