Thes pictures were taken at Akeboyama Nougyou kouen Kashwa, Chiba, Japan , in July 2007. Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge : Abundance ; Part 3
The hot-air balloons in the night . These picture was taken, in Fujioka-machi Tochigi Japan, April 2009. This post was inspired by ClassyRose’s post. The related post in my Japanese blog is here . Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge : Abundance ;Part 2
These pictures were taken in June 2004,when I visited Hattori Nouen(meaning Hattori-san’s farm) in Mobara city Chiba, Japan. There are many hydragea flowers. On every visit, I am surprised, “How many flowers are !” , and I wonder where I … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Abundance
The post about Kawazu-zakura festival is very hot in my Japanese blog. So, I try to put into English. I change the plan “Describe the best road trip you’ve ever taken.” Kawazu-zakura is a sort of Japanese cherry. The blossoms bloom in late winter rather than early spring like ume(Japanese apricot). Though I have lived in Matsudo city since 6 years ago, I did not know this festival. In last week, my Japanese post about the Kentou festival became hot. This festival is opened in August. So,I wondered why the post was hot in this season. I have understood the … Continue reading The hottest topic in my Japanese blog, this week
Mt.Fuji is in the center of these picture. In the right hand, there is TOKYO SKY TREE, which is under construction. Could you see something like a needle in the left hand ? It is Tokyo Tower. Would you mind if you read my Japanese blog as following ? Category TOKYO SKY TREE Category Mt.Fuji If you are intered in some posts, Pleas feel free to tell me. I will try to put into English. Continue reading The sunset in Ichikawa city, Chiba, Japan
I am afraid of ignoring the theme. Last week, it was snow. Nevertheless, Kawazu-zakura festival in Matsudo has been going on, today. Kawazu-zakura is a kind of Japanese cherry. The blossoms are early. Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge : refuge > Is this Ok ?
I have decided I want to blog more. Rather than just thinking about doing it, I am starting right now. I will be posting in English on this blog at least once a week for remains of 2011. I know it won’t be easy, but it might be fun, inspiring, awesome and wonderful. Therefore I’m promising to make use of The DailyPost, and the community of other bloggers with similiar goals, to help me along the way, including asking for help when I need it and encouraging others when I can. If you already read my blog, I hope you’ll … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge in English: Mt. Fuji with Yagiri no watashi