Business Trip to Yokohama

It was rainy in the morning. I took a bus leaving at 7 PM, first to Shinjuku, Tokyo.

On Chuo Highway, there was a traffic jam, which made a ride one hour longer.

Although I left home earlier than usual, I was a bit anxious. From Shinjuku, I took trains to Myorenji, Yokohama to check an apartment, a studio of which I bought in 2007.

Myorenji is the name of a temple in Yokohama. It is just by the train station with the same name.

I walked to the apartment of my studio. It took 10 min from Myorenji station.

I met a man from the managing company, who explained to me about the present status of the apartment.

I bought a studio in 2007. The apartment building, of course, was getting older.

I am representative of the owners. I will think of what to do.

On the way back to the station, I visited a small park, Kikuna-Ike Park. The colored leaves are still on the trees.

Then I moved to Keio University in Hiyoshi to meet a professor joining my project.

I used to work in this university for a while. The campus was neatly renewed.

I met two researchers from Shimadzu company and, with them, visited the professor. We had a good discussion.

Then all three moved to Shimadzu Co. in Kanda and discussed more.

I left Tokyo at 6 PM.

At home, Katya made a tomato pot for the first time. It was warm, spicy, and delicious.

About Muravej

Hello! I am a scientist running apartments in Tokyo and Yokohama. If you are willing to live in Japan, please get in touch.
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