Saturday, October 29, 2016

I Go to Narita-san Shinsho-ji Temple


The scene I was taking a photo.

After having canceled the trip, my wife and I went to a famous temple near Narita International Airport just half an hour driving distance.

Contrary to the weather in Taiwan, it was sunny gentle on the day in Narita city.

Every buddhist building there was elaborately designed and decorated.

It can be said "totally awesome. " 






Saturday, October 22, 2016

Journey to Taiwan Is Cancelled


I had been planning to take a one-week-break from my office and go to Taiwan.
But the flight to the country was unbelievably delayed due to a typhoon directly hit the island.

My wife and I asked a ground staff about a prospect of flights: she said that the severe tropical storm would probably affect another couple of days because of the slow moving speed.

So, we cancelled the journey, a reserved parking lot and came back home by car.

I ever have experienced long delay of flights but it was the first time for me to cancel the travel itself.




Sunday, October 16, 2016

I Go to Mushroom Mountain




 Two hours driving brought my wife and me to a hot spring area located north of my home town.

We visited a local temple and walked into a mountain trail from the backyard of it.

Unexpectedly, we found various mushrooms here and there.






The mushroom in the left picture was the biggest one.

I guess that the weather and the temperature at that time fit their ecological system perfectly. 



Sunday, October 9, 2016

I Have Breakfast at 'Just Cafe'




 My wife and I went to 'Just Cafe' to have breakfast in the early rainy morning the other day.

They served excellent drinks with beautiful drawings on the top of them and delicious foods.

There were only two groups of customers, a mother and her daughter and us.

We spent a quiet and congenial morning hour hearing just drops of rain from outside.

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Which Country Are We In?



It seems as if I were in Turkey.

But, my wife and I just went to a Mosque located in Yoyogi Uehara, Tokyo the other day.

The Mosque was open to everyone regardless of his or her religion.

The building was very beautiful both inside and outside.

When we went there, about a dozen of people who seemed Islam were gathering to pray.