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Welcome to THE FUTURE, Oct 21, 2015. And Congratulations for beginning to sell the fuelcell vicles, MIRAI, in the US. I think the writers of “Back to the Future Part II”(1989) were not able to predict that the cars using new fuel and power system start being sold on the day.
In many places in Japan, in summer, fireworks festivals are held. Fireworks 2013 – a set on Flickr. These were photos of Inagawa Fireworks Festival (in both riversides of Inagawa River, Ikeda city of Osaka pref and Kawanishi city of Hyogo pref, Japan), taken on Aug 17, 2013. A fireworks festival is one of the most popular gathering opportunities. Authorized safe areas which are near a launch point are crowded with many couples dressed in “yukata”s, summer cotton kimonos. Many people go out to rooftops and pathways with a great view of fireworks and get together.
On June 22, 2013, the World Heritage Committee of UNESCO decided to add Mount Fuji to the list of cultural World Heritage sites.
Treaty of San Francisco, Signed at San Francisco on September 8, 1951; came into force on April 28, 1952. Chapter II. Territory Article 2 (a) Japan recognizing the independence of Korea, renounces all right, title and claim to Korea, including the islands of Quelpart, Port Hamilton and Dagelet. Quelpart is 済州島(Jeju-do). Port Hamilton is 巨文島 (Komundo). Dagelet is 鬱陵島 (Ulleungdo). Therefore Japan didn’t renounce The Liancourt Rocks, also known as 竹島 (Takeshima) in Japanese and 独島 (Dokdo) in Korean and Japan has them. Link Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, MOFA: [The Issue of Takeshima] 6. Treatment of Takeshima in the San Francisco Peace Treaty
Sakura, Japanese for “cherry blossoms”, have dynamic beauty as well as static beauty. Many small flowers at sky where you can or may reach your hand are waving in spring breeze.
Yesterday, April 8, many elementary, junior high and senior high schools in Japan held entrance ceremonies. In my nearest school, teachers were in suits and the gate had a big paper-flower-decorated plate written “NYUGAKUSHIKI” (Japanese for “entrance ceremony”).
On Apr 1, my company hired many fresh persons as well as other Japanese companies. Therefore shower rooms and the dining of my company-domonatory is crowded than usual. The room next to mine is fresh man’s.
Japan was damaged and some cooling pumps of the nuclear plant still don’t work. But okay. Some oversea people think Japan is stalled and they can’t believe the most of Japanese are working normally. Their thinking is incorrect. I has been working every weekday as well as before March 11.
Truth is desided by people of that time and has inertia. * Truth is desided by people of that time. Our intellectual production ends up options for future people. * Truth has inertia. That is, truth is modified sequentially and slowly. We should re-evaluate truth with sincere thinking. Truth modified with our sincere thinking makes future truth better due to inertia.
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