On Saturday (when I was supposed to post this), my family and I had the privilege of going to see kouyou (autumn trees) in a garden in the prefecture of Shiga, one hour away. I will show you some photos of our trip there, so you can enjoy the colorful leaves, but first I’ll tell… Read More Red, Orange, Yellow!
It has been a little over a week since the 19th typhoon this year, typhoon Hagibis came to Japan. It was classified as the strongest typhoon a typhoon can be. Its size covered almost the entire country of Japan when it landed, and many lives and homes were lost. After the massive typhoon past, the… Read More The Hope That Comes Through Hardships (Typhoon Hagibis)
On average, eleven typhoons hit Japan each year, and much destruction is caused by them. When my family and I were in Hokkaido, there was a rather big typhoon that hit Japan. The areas most affected were around Tokyo, six hours away from where we live. The prefecture next to Tokyo, Chiba, suffered large damages… Read More Japan’s Dangerous Typhoons
So, a couple things have been going on lately in Japan, so I’ll tell you some, as well as give you updates on my life! (By the way, these kinds of posts will be posted once in two months) Japan #1 Tsuyu just Started The first rainy day of June just past, and my headaches… Read More Update Post #1
Did you know that Japan is a temperate rain forest? I mean, not just one region or city, but the WHOLE COUNTRY. An average of about 13 days in every month in Japan, is rainy. That means 117 days of the whole calendar is raining. But the time it rains the most, is a time… Read More It’s Raining, it’s Pouring, the Old Man is Snoring!