Hello everyone. Fireworks is one of Japanese things in summer, isn't it? I went to a fireworks festival in Yokohama with my husband and his coworkers the other day. And we looked at very beautiful and powerful 25,000 fireworks! These sounds banged our body. I thought it's important to hear the sounds with fireworks same time. We really enjoyed the great live fireworks.
This picture is wheat field in Hokkaido. One of my friends sent this to me the other day. It's beautiful, isn't it? She and her family have a huge farmland. And they have been growing some vegetables and wheat. I think Japanese wheat is very valuable. And I'd like to see the wheat field someday!
The other day, my English teacher gave this cup cake to me. And she said this is the real North American style cup cake. And she had never eaten the real cup cake in Japan until now.
I also ate the cup cake of this shop for the first time. It was carrot cake and really delicious!
I enjoyed the real North American Style.
Long time no see. I'm writing this blog after long time though I've continued learning English of corse. Did you enjoy cherry blossoms viewing? Today, I just wanted to let you see some pictures though the cherry blossoms are all gone already. I'm happy if you enjoy my pictures. Thank you.
Hello,everyone! January 11 is the day called Kagamibiraki in Japan. The rice cakes used in New Year's displays are taken down, divided up, and cooked in a traditional dish of sweet small beans soup. Today I made it with white kidney beans instead of adzuki. It was delicious!
Hello everyone, I hope you're having a wonderful time in this fall season.
My husband and I went to Miyagase for birdwatching in this early morning. The weather was perfect and the mountain and lake scenery were very beautiful. And the atmosphere was clear and all was silent around us.
We enjoyed the early morning hiking. And the beautiful scene warmed my heart.
Hi there, How have you been? I've been studying to pass the exam for vegetable sommelier these days. It's so interesting, but very hard. And I've been reading two newspapers to know current topics for the exam. One is Japanese economy newspaper, another one is Japanese agriculture newspaper.
By the way, I was interested in a column about aborigine in Australia today though it's not concerned with the exam. I like the wisdom of aborigine written in the column. "That energy and soul stay in the land like footmarks after people traveled."
So, I'd like to show you this picture. These are stones painted by aborigine. I got them for my family when I went to Australia alone. Yeah, I remember my feeling at that time when I went abroad for studying English for the first time.
And we can feel power when we take these stones in our hand.
Yes, I believe myself and I'll do my best. That's all!