Social-Distancing drive to “Bihoro-Touge” in Okhotsuk, Hokkaido

Today is Saturday, which is my favorite day in a week. You can do almost anything with no responsibilities for tomorrow, you can do many absurd things (I wish I were in Tokyo…) , and maybe Friday evening can also be counted as the “Saturday” in terms of that meaning. Anyway, since Hokkaido governor stillContinue reading “Social-Distancing drive to “Bihoro-Touge” in Okhotsuk, Hokkaido”

3 Movies to Watch during “Stay-Home”

To be honest with you, I am a depressive person (maybe you must have realized by watching my weird profile picture in “about” page. It is a kendo protective mask). I actually look a person with positiveness and who is always smiling . However, from my experience, people who are always smiling is always cryingContinue reading “3 Movies to Watch during “Stay-Home””

Dear Ashley (a friend who lives in Turkey)

This below is a personal letter writing for one of my foreign friend Ashely who lives in Turkey now. We met on Facebook 7 years ago, and we were a kind of pen-pal at that time. We used to send and receive air-snail-mails. And somehow we haven’t heard each other for 7 years, but weContinue reading “Dear Ashley (a friend who lives in Turkey)”

Spring has come to the end of the GW

Japan has a collection of national holidays in May (known for the “Golden Week” as a Japanese slang) and every TV news shows are doing boring interview (typical questions like “Where are you going from now?”) with people who are getting on the air-plane or Japanese bullet-train around the terminals. Some kids are always sayingContinue reading “Spring has come to the end of the GW”

Depressing Tuesday morning

Since the pandemic of COVID-19, I am spending unusual “Golden Week” (It is a Japanese-English expression. A collection of national holidays like at least 5 to 10 days) mostly in my house. Everybody yells “STAY HOME” through any medias, but we people are realizing that the limit is finally coming. It is such a stressfulContinue reading “Depressing Tuesday morning”