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Short story: Valentine special

The boy took long strides through a narrow passageway behind the university’s building. He climbed a heap of unused tables onto the roof of a storage sack. 1,648 more words


Meeting Mr Fumio Sasaki

I attended to symposium called “Clean Up! Symposium” in Kyoto city today.
Why? because as I introduced a Japanese minimalist Fumio Sasaki in my blog, he was presenting there! 337 more words


The encounter of Fumio Sasaki

Fumio Sasaki is a Japanese minimalist. He used to work for publisher in Tokyo but currently he lives in Kyoto where I also live. He used to be a maximalist(contrary of minimalist) but he started to reduce things, now he owns almost nothing. 211 more words


A bar trail serving haiku on the rocks

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

Welcome to the world of the haiku bar trail. Matsuyama, Japan, is celebrating its 19th-century haiku poet, Masaoka Shiki, who coined the term haiku, with related events. 867 more words

Current Affairs

The Chicago Riverwalk: The Past and Future

By Ivory Moore & Andrea Zelen

After over a decade of planning and construction, the final phase of the Chicago Riverwalk project was completed in 2016, but the expansion of the multimillion-dollar renovation project is far from over. 1,328 more words

End-of-year blog update

Dear frequent patrons,

As you might have noticed, there have been some changes to the blog’s content in recent time and I would like to make a sort of report and keep you up to date on what I’m up to lately. 843 more words


Restaurant Sasaki

It was difficult over the last couple of months to go onto social media without seeing at least one post about Restaurant Sasaki by an excited food blogger. 1,039 more words