Thursday, February 23, 2017

Hiraginantern

I read Eisuke Wakamatsu ‘Kotobano Okurimono’ (Akishobo)
The root is valuable.
The hiiraginanten begins to bloom.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Tsubaki

I read Kikuko Tsumura ‘Korekara Oinorini Ikimasu’ (Kadokawa)
He prayed for someone.
The tsubaki blooms.


Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Fried Fukinoto

I read Issac Bashevis Singer ‘Meshugah’ (Kikkasha)
The refugees experienced hardships.
The fried fukinoto is served.

Monday, February 20, 2017

Etajima Bay

I read Kaoru Takamura ‘Tsuchinoki’ (Shinchosha)
The theme is nature and agriculture.
The Etajima Bay can be seen from the top of Mt. Shindoyma, Etajima, Hiroshima (Feb.19.)


Sunday, February 19, 2017

Shindo Forest Road, Etajima isle

I read Ichiriki Yamamoto ‘Kazusa Beach’ (Shinchosha)
Japanese eleven crews was saved by Captain Cooper.
Go to walk Shindo Forest Road, Etajima isle.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Climbing Shoes

I read Satoshi Kako ‘Mirainodarumachanhe’ (Bunshunbunko)
He wants to help children.
The climbing shoes are ready for tomorrow's climbing.

Friday, February 17, 2017

Ume

I read Yasuo kawabata ‘William Morris no Nokoshitamono’ (Iwanami)
His legacy is found in Design, Socialism, Craftsmanship and Romance.
The ume blooms