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Tag Archives: Shinjuku
I checked out “Sun Members Kobe” in the morning. I took breakfast at UESHIMA coffee shop located under the monorail station in Sannomiya. After taking a monorail, I arrived at the conference center at 9:30 AM. I gave a 20-minute talk from 10:20 AM and quickly left the conference hall and took a monorail back to Sannomiya. From Osaka, I took a plane back again to Haneda. There were vacant seats inside. After arriving at Haneda Airport, I moved to Kawasaki for a research report meeting of our institute. After the meeting in Kawasaki, I headed for Shinjuku this time for a real-estate meeting. After the meeting in Shinjuku, I … Continue reading
It is Saturday today. There was an annual meeting of the owners of the Shibakoen apartment. It started in Shinjuku at 1 PM. We discussed the reduction of the managing costs of the building. It ended at 2:30 PM. I managed to take an express to Kofu leaving at 3 PM. I arrived at Kofu station at 4:30 PM. I walked to the institute for working.
I left Kofu at 12:12 PM for a real estate meeting held in Shinjuku, Tokyo. It was a hot day even at the end of August. The meeting ended at 3:30 PM. I took a train to Shimosuwa leaving at 4 PM. Katya. on the other hand, left Kofu with Maya-san by Smart to Shimosuwa. We met at my parents’ at 7 PM. Then, all of us headed for their second house. Katya left the house for her Russian friend’s. Maya-san is waiting for her.
There were two real-estate meetings , for which, I went to rainy Tokyo. The first one, starting from 1 PM, was held in Shinjuku for the management of the apartment in Shibakoen. There were four attendees who are the staffs of the owners’ union, including me. We talked about exchanging light bulbs into LEDs, a bicycle parking, and the modifications of the rules of the owners’ union. It ended at 2:30 PM. I rushed to the next meeting in Honancho for the management of the apartment in Nakaochiai, the representative of the owners’ union of which is me. I talked with a new internet provider for the new service and … Continue reading
It had been rainy from last night in Kofu; the mountain should be heavily snowy. Katya and I decided not to go skiing, instead, we took a short visit to Tokyo. We took Azusa Super Express leaving at 7:24 AM, which was not filled with customers. The mountain was covered with snow. We took a short walk around Shinjuku, and went home. We had a walk with Maya-san.
Kinuya Hotel provides with Japanese or Western breakfast. We chose Western. It was a big one. We walked around Ueno park. A group of people were exercising, as if they were in China. We moved to Shinjuku and walked around the city. We had a light lunch. We left Shnjuku at 3 PM for Shimosuwa. We arrived at my parents’ before 6 PM. As I entered the entrance, Maya-san came out from the dining room, jumped and kissed at me, and ran back. When she saw Katya, Maya-san was excited, too. We took a tea and drove back to Kofu.
Katya and I took Maya-san to my parents’ in Shimosuwa. We are going to spend this weekend in Tokyo. After leaving Maya-san at my parents’, we left Shimosuwa station for Tokyo. I took a video with no driver in a driver’s room. Normally, this train is of nine cars, but today, they added two more cars to make it a 11-car train. The driver was in front of the train two cars ahead. We arrived in Ueno. In Coca, a Thai restaurant by the station, we had dinner. Unfried spring rolls and a grounded-pork salad for appetizers. The grounded pork was spicy and very good. We liked it very … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
In the morning, I took trains to Kanda, Tokyo. I was going to discuss my project with researchers from electronic and car companies. One came from Kyoto, the other, Tochigi, and me, Kofu. So, Tokyo is a good place to meet together. We had a good, fruitful talk. We will have another meeting on Monday. I left Shinjuku at 5 PM. I arrived back in Kofu at 6:30 PM. At home, Katya was cooking. During her cooking, Maya-san waits at her feet for something to drop. I bought cakes to take home at a shop of “Ginza Cozy Corner” in Shinjuku Station. Katya and I shared two pieces of cake. Maya-san … Continue reading
In the evening, I went to Tokyo for an annual meeting of the Hongo apartment. Before the meeting, I went to the apartment in Shibakoen to check the bicycles. They were not yet arranged in a proper way. Moreover, more bicycles than registered. I sent an e-mail to the real-estate managing company about the situation. Then I went to Shinjuku, and had a pork cutlet for dinner at Wako. . In the meeting for the Hongo apartment, there were four people. We talked about the schedules for the year. After the meeting, I went out of the building to find that Tokyo became much brighter than that after the … Continue reading