Mariya’s Passport

In the morning, I took the Chinese roast pork out from the pot. They seemed to be well done.

Chinese roast pork

For Mariya’s passport, I went to the city hall in the evening.

Kofu city hall  Kofu City Hall inside

The building was fully renewed this year. I received Mariya’s resident proof.

After the city hall, I went to the prefecture passport center.

Yamanashi Passport Center

The office was closing, so I only received the application forms.

I went to a DIY shop, D2, to change the battery of my watch, but they only accept watches they have sold.

D2 in Kofu

So I drove to “Yamako Department Store” in front of Kofu Station.

Yamako Department Store

On the first floor, there was a small watch shop, so I had the battery of the watch changed. It cost 1,050 yen, a bit expensive, but my watch works properly now.

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