Did you captured by such a young Japanese girl standing in front of me?
You're now almost a backpack.
Not so good but rainy. (^-^;)
Now, I got annoyed that some university students standing behind me are chating loudly in the train.
One of them are saying, "The alarm woke me up at 7:00 but I turned it off and slept again. The time I woke up again was 8:10. Hahaha."
Why is he proud of his failure with a big voice?
And it's not interesting at all.
He is, what is called, a wet blanket.
Then we decided to try a restaurant where we've never been before.
Here is a photo of today's lunch.
Can you guess where it is?
If you have time, you had better visit "Marumitei", which is located between Tsutaya and ￥100 shop.
I love that kind of Showa-style cafeteria. (=^▽^=)ノ
What do you think about this tax reform?
Exactly, we need to pay more tax if Japan goes to a welfare state such as Northern European countries.
But before enforcing that tax increase, all we have to pay not more money but more attention to the situation we're facing now.
What is our tax used for?
What is the fundamental issue?
Which issues do we solve at first?
Do you trust the government?
Sharing the ideas, the nation must look at the same way to improve the present situation.
The weather report said that the maximum temperature today in Tokyo is over 31 Celsius.
It's almost summer!
Where is the rainy season??
Rather than this swelter, I don't like the coldness of air conditioner.
I think it's so artificial.
Now I remember, I didn't use my air conditioner at home last year.
I hope this year as well. (・∀・)ノ
All teacher (there're only 6 teachers though...) gave her a present.
My present was "Fukuzawa Yukichi (拭沢油吉)", a set of oil blotting paper which design is parodied Japanese ￥10,000 bill.
If you use it, you looks like Azumax (Takahiro Azuma).
Of course only mine was ridiculous. (^□^;)
The other teachers' presents were so nice.
The two teachers (exactly they are students) on the left side are Rikiya and Rise.
This is the scene that Rikiya presented his present to Jo.
A book of Shusaku Endo.
Well, anyway, Jo looked happy and seemed to enjoy this party.
I was also happy with this heartwarming event.
I think Jo is a good English teacher; Her Canadian English is very clear and her attitude toward her classes is wonderful.
I really hope to spend a good time with Jo this year. (*^v^*)
If you want to see the detail, go to http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1283961/Catfish-weighing-massive-250lb-landed-angler.html.
But, don't close your eyes to the problems South Africa has.
Here is a news that many broadcasting companies or news agencies are reporting now.
"Zenani Mandela, only 13 years old, who is one of the great-grandchildren of the former South African President Nelson Manela, has been killed in a car crash early in the morning.
The accident happened while returning from the World Cup soccer tournament's kick-off concert."
It has been said that South Africa is a country which has the highest crime rate in the world. Therefore, not only the players but also supporters always need to pay much attention to the security in South Africa.
What we're looking forward is not the bloody battles. (≧ω≦)
From the Twitter,today I found the surprising article below.
"Eating three or more fast food burgers a week is associated with a higher chance of having asthma."(ABC news)
I've already eaten three burgers this week...Σ(￣□￣;)
I'm just confused...
What do you think of his dicision?
The main cause of the resignation was the loss of support: financial scandal and policy missteps, especially the failure to move the Futenma Marine base, made the image toward DPJ worse and worse.
But how should we create better relationships with other countries? Perhaps it's inevitable to keep Japan-U.S. relationship as long as North Korea's nuclear problem is lying.
It's so difficult to choose the next Prime Minister and the party which is going to design our country Japan.