I got back my computer after 9 days because I sent it to repair on April 9th.
It was a long time for me without computer …
It was sunny and the blue sky was really beautiful after the low pressure system passed today.
When I walked on the seaside road this afternoon as usual I took some pictures of the nearest beach Shirahama.
By the way I’m a member of chorus group in Shimoda and we will have a performance with young Japanese professional conductor Kazuki Yamada who lives in Germany and a professional orchestra “Yokohama Sinphonietta” on March 16th 2019.
We had already started practicing in last March and it’s a little difficult for us to sing.
But we are really looking forward to the stage in Shimoda!
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Today the small classical ballet school had performances in Shimoda.
My wife also participated and danced on this stage.
Though she had been having a trouble on her knee since several months ago, she did it very good than I expected.
In Shimoda all of young students have to join afterschool club activities at junior high school, so most of young dancers have to give up dancing when they graduate primary school.
It can’t be helped, but that’s why it’s really hard to continue dancing and the classical ballet school doesn’t have many members…..
My family and I went to the nearest shrine “Shirahama Shrine” on January 3rd after busy days.
Most of Japanese go to shrine at the beginning of new year to pray for good health and happiness.
It calls “Hatsumoude” in Japanese.
This shrine is very famous for its long history more than 2,600 years.
That’s why this place always is crowded with a looooot of visitors in the morning on January 1st.
I went to Shimoda park on a date with my wife and daughter this afternoon.
Shimoda park is very famous for the hydrangea blossoms, and the festival is taking place from June 1st to 30th.
When we went there the hydrangea is now fully and beautifully blooming.
You can see 20 pictures of this festival on our Facebook album.
I set up Koinobori for my son yesterday.
Koinobori, meaning carp streamer” in Japanese, are carp-shaped wind socks traditionally flown in Japan to celebrate Children’s Day on May 5th.
We, Japanese set up this Kinobori in honor of children for a good future and in the hope that they will grow up healthy and strong.
It has been raining all day long since this morning.
My son went to the school by local bus for the first time today, but it was really fun for him with his primary school friends, he said so.
There are a lot of natural Sakura trees in the mountain on the other side of Pension Sakuraya and they are almost fully blooming now.
It was sunny and very warm today.
The entrance ceremony of junior high school was held this afternoon. My son goes to school by bus from tomorrow.
My wife, my son and I went to Numazu city to meet my daughter and to help her moving to new room.
After that, we went to the fish market in Numazu city at the north of Izu peninsula with my family yesterday.
There are a lot of shops and restaurant in the area, and a lot of people as well.
We went to Shirahama shrine today.
The most of Japanese go to shrine to pray for health and good luck at the beginning of the new year.
By the way, iIt had been sunny and warm during this new year holiday, so all of our customers were able to have good and relaxed time in Izu peninsula.
The Shimoda City Art Festival was held yesterday.
My wife participated as a member of a classical ballet school. and I also sang three songs with members of Chorus group on this stage
But, sorry, I don’t have any photos of our chorus group….