Τον προηγούμενο αιώνα έγιναν κάποιες ανακατατάξεις και φτιάχτηκαν άλλες τρεις τριπλέτες αξιομνημόνευτης ομορφιάς, αλλά ο παλιός είναι αλλιώς. Γι’ αυτό και σήμερα θα δούμε πώς είναι η θέα στα πευκόνησα της Ματσουσίμα (松島).
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Hiking trip to Fukushima: Mt. Adatara
Mt Adatara (安達太良山) is a prominent volcanic peak, a bit closer to Fukushima city. Its name consists of a lot of wonderful kanji, which I can vaguely translate as safe and accomplished, thick and nice mountain. The last time it erupted was in 1996, so it is indeed pretty safe at the moment.
In memory of 311: The town of Yamamotocho
Last year, just before the pandemic became a thing, I had an opportunity to visit the city of Kakuda for a homestay program organized by my university. Kakuda is a small town in Miyagi prefecture, notable for being home to one of JAXA’s aerospace research and development facilities (JAXA is the Japanese NASA, Japan AerospaceContinue reading “In memory of 311: The town of Yamamotocho”