26th May rain Today, temperatures are unusually low.
This is a typical type of traditional sake from Korea called "Maccori".
It is brewed from rice and wheat in earthenware pots.
I will not get drink tonight.
However, because this was gotten, I had inadvertently drunk.
It's mellow taste and I have drunk a lot.
21st May shine balmy day
Ishikawa international salon
Ishikawa Foundation for International Exchange
"Jyonanso" Old Yokoyama baron mansion
Both admission are free.
Please call on it if you have time.
19th May rain It has been raining for all day long without letup.
I went to the Shiinoki Cultural Complex on today!
The Shiinoki Cultural Complex in Kanazawa has been used as a government facility since 1924.
Though renovated, the complex consists of the Ishikawa Office of a Consortium of Universities, Jardin Paul Bocuse French restaurant, as well as an art gallery and seminar rooms.
18th May shine becoming partly cloudy in the evening
Dear bill, Nicely done.
Only you could have done it!
Thank you so much
15th May shine cloudless May sunshine
This is sweet treat in Yokohama City which has a cultured smell of sweet perfume.
They was so delicious that We devoured them all in no time!
13th May rain It's very cold for May.
Garbage is collected free of charge in Kanazawa city.
However, food scraps, pets, and cans, etc. are must separating.
The problem of waste is really serious in Japan.
An increasing number of local governments begin charging local residents for garbage collection.
To dispose of this broken suitcase, We have to pay 500 yen for the Kanazawa city.
10th May cloudiness It is an overcast weather today.
This is Japan's photo sent from Canada's guest.
It's beautiful and really moved me!
Please feel free to look around.
5th May shine The fine day carry on for a long time!
Koinobori Hanashōbu "Japanese iris"
May 5th is Children's Day in Japan, and Children's Day is a Japanese national holiday which takes place annually.
At the Children's Day, these include bathing with iris leaves in the water and eating rice cakes wrapped in oak leaves called kashiwamochi.