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On a Sunday Morning, Katya and I went to Gusto for breakfast as ususal. I read a newspaper and Katya a book. Katya, Maya-san, and I drove to “Doryu Waterfall” in Kiyosato. The green was very fresh in early summer. The fall is not big, but the water streams are delicately separated as if into thin white strings running down. “Waterfalls breathed out by dragon” is an adequate name. Katya got closer to the falls. The air was very fresh. Maya-san has changed in the nature; she looked more serious, relaxing, and independent. After visiting the falls, we dropped by “Kiyosato no Mori” park, too. We came home. … Continue reading
Katya and I had breakfast at Gusto, a family restaurant. I like to have breakfast at a family restaurant. Not because of the tastes themselves, but the atmosphere, where I commonly read a newspaper. Katya tends to read a book, too. After the breakfast, Katya, Maya-san, and I headed for “Utsukushi Mori” in the Kiyosato area. Cherry blossoms were still in bloom. This means that the weather is not warm enough for plants yet. Right after we started walking on a hiking path, we found out that spring is only starting in this place. We climbed up to the monument of Utsukushi Mori, and walked down. We … Continue reading
We went to Kiyosato in the afternoon. In “Kiyosato no Mori“, Maya-san dug a hole, while Katya took pictures of her. There, we went to a restaurant “Hickory Farms“. We shared salad and Okonomi Yaki (for Okonomi Yaki, AdelaideBen posted a good article with a recipe). The salad was simply cut vegetables and dressings, but the taste of the vegetables was rich. After finishing late lunch, we played tennis. There were only two of us. It was a good exercise to refresh my body. On the way back home, Katya bought two cacti. Katya is planning to make a small “cactus farm” in the apartment.
Katya, Maya-san, and I went to “Sun Meadows” to avoid heat. The temperature was only 20 degree C up there. We enjoyed a relaxing walk. Maya-san’s leg is getting better, and she enjoyed the walk with us, too. In winter, we ski on the slope. In one of the parking lots, an amateur racing team was practicing gymkhana, . I used to join gymkhanas, too, with my mini, but I preferred speed racing. Now I have no chance to join either of them. We moved to “Kiyosato no Mori” to let Maya-san dig a hole in a bushy field. In the evening, I had my hair cut.
After breakfast, Katya, Maya-san, and I visited Maizuru-Jo Park. Cherry blossoms were all in bloom. Magnolias were beautiful, too. We then drove to Kiyosato no Mori Park. Spring has not come yet there. I made fried rice and tom yum goong for dinner. From 7 to 9 PM, Katya and I played tennis at Yamanashi Prefectural Youth Center. It was not very cold, and we fully enjoyed playing tennis. We were tired. Everybody is relaxing now.
After taking Maya-san for a walk, we drove to “Kiyosato no Mori“. Winter has come. With the temperature of 5 C, Maya-san was busy digging. Then we moved to “Sun Meadows Kiyosato Ski Resort“, which is planned to be open for ski on December 18. We were the only ones to visit the place today. We went to look at the slope and the lift station. With the temperature of 2 C, Maya-san was busy digging by the snow. We are planning to ski on a different mountain on the Christmas day. The slope on the mountain is partially ready for skiing. We hope there will be more snow.
We went to Kiyosato today. Reckless Maya-san looking down from a bridge. “Doryu no Taki” or “Doryu Waterfall” is the one we like. Since Maya-san’s leg was a bit weak today, we did not go up for a hiking. It would have been wonderful up there. We drove to “Kiyosato no mori“. Katya took many pictures. Maya-san did her job. For dinner, Katya and I used a 19% discount coupon at “Tokube”. Then we played tennis for one hour in “Yamanashi Youth Center“. It was a busy weekend again. Tomorrow, I leave for Nagoya for a business trip.
In the morning, we went to Kiyosato no Mori to play tennis. Maya-san was with us. Katya was looking forward to trying her new racket. It was rainy and foggy in the mountain. No way. We came down to Oka no Koen. The rain got weaker, but the hard court was still too wet. We drove further down to a private tennis court. It was not rainy, but the clay courts were not available because of the rain till morning, while the indoor tennis court costs 6,300 yen per hour. No way. We made a telephone call to a tennis club we know of, and an indoor court cost 5,250 … Continue reading
Beautiful autumn morning! Maya-san went out to a veranda, and took a morning sunbath. After breakfast, we decided to go to Kiyosato for Maya-san’s hole-digging. Maya-san is an athlete, and she used to run a lot. Now she is not allowed to run because of her weak hind legs, so hole-digging is her adequate exercise now, as far as we think; she uses only her front legs and her mouth. Kiyosato was developed as a new resort area. When the economy was good in Japan, many people visited. Now it is sort of deserted, but I think the place still has a potential to be popular again. It is rather … Continue reading
On Sunday morning, Katya worked on translation, and I, in the garden. In the afternoon, we drove out and had a late lunch in “Kiyosato no Mori“, a park in the Kiyosato resort area. It took an hour from our apartment. We had salad and shared a plate of Okonomiyaki. We took Maya-san, too; she is an expert in hole-digging and never fails to make good, deep holes in the playing field of this park. We peeled her off the ground in spite of her disagreement, and moved to another park, “Oka no Koen“. Katya and I played tennis, and Maya-san judged games. After tennis, we took Onsen, a natural … Continue reading