Farewell to Chengdu

I woke up at 5 AM, checked e-mails, got packed, and left the hotel by bus at 6:30 AM for the airport with five other Japanese professors.

We arrived a little bit early for the check-in time, so we had breakfast at McDonald’s. They sell rice porridge in China, but I had an egg McMuffin, because I wanted to eat something different.

At the entrance of the airport, we found a souvenir shop “旅の佳品”, or “Chosen Goods for Travels”, only selling Japanese goods. On the internet, I found that this shop is run by a Japanese company.

The plane left the airport at 9 AM.

It was a smooth flight. The meal served, made in China, seemed less delicious than that cooked in Japan. I tried to work for the meeting tomorrow, but I went to sleep.

We arrived at Narita Airport at 3 PM.

The six Japanese said good by. We should be seeing each other again in many occasions.

I took trains home.

Arriving at Kofu station, I found an radiation indicator installed inside the station. the value was small enough.

Katya, Maya-san, and I met at the parking lot at 7 PM. Early enough. Katya and Maya-san welcomed me in a car.

At home, I showed Katya a pile of mapo toufu kits. She was thrilled!!

I had dinner already. I will be sleeping, but I have to get up early tomorrow morning for the meeting in Kyoto.

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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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