Monday, May 16, 2011

American broccolis

American broccolis have finally come to Japan.
Domestic vegetables, especially production area is close to Fukushima nuclear reactors, are hard to be sold due to fear of radiation.
So the supermarket have had to sell imported vegetables, I guess.

I wanna avoid taking radiation into my body as possible as I can.
I bought one broccoli.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

A Beautiful Sakura Load

You can find lots of Sakura(cherry) trees in full bloom everywhere in Japan.

It was fine yesterday, and Sakura makes me feel relaxed though the radiation leak of nuclear plants has not been stopped yet.

I took some pics of Sakura in the yesterday's morning.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

The Sakura(cherry) trees

I think most Japanese people want to take a picture when they see the blooming cherry.

This picture is the cherry trees of the entrance of Kasuga shrine.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Tremors happed again and again

Today we had tremors many times.
My office is on a sixth floor, so we feel tremors are bigger than on the ground.

The right is yesterday's picture.
We had relatively big quake on yesterday's evening.
(Maybe around magnitude 7 though I don't exactly remember it)

Trains were delayed by around 30 minutes, and it was a little bit crowded at stations.
But it's not so hard to go back home.

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Enjoyed sake called Uzen Sakuragawa

Our team finished a project yesterday.
So we had a small party at our office though it is prohibited to drink alcohol at the office.

One of members, whose father is a famous sake maker, brought two bottles of his sake.
That sake is named 'Uzen Sakuragawa'.
It's high quality, and so expensive that you may hesitate to buy.

Of course it was so good.
We enjoyed them much and drank them up within only 30 minutes.
It is a little bit dry, fruity and easy to drink.

One member said such special sake should not be poured into cheap paper cups.

Monday, April 4, 2011

A Japanese-style building

I reluctantly went to work cause it was Sunday. :(

When I went out from the entrance of the station,
I usually wait the signal to be turned green.

While waiting for that, I took a pic.
And I was wondering what that Japanese-style building is.
I'll go there when I have free time.

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Light at night

Today I had dinner with my parents and my younger brother.

I'll have to work tomorrow even on Sunday.
It's a bother to work.*sigh*

It's a pic of vending machine.