In the morning from 9 to 12 AM, I discussed with a student of mine, who has been building up a new measurement system. He is having good data these days. We had a long and fruitful discussion.
I had a protein bar for lunch.
From 1 to 2:30 PM, we had a scientific meeting in a group.
From 2:45 to 4:15 PM, I taught students about digital circuits.
I had a cup-o-rice soup for my second lunch.
Then I started writing a paper. I want to finish it soon.
I left the lab at 8 PM and had a good Spanish soup Katya made. We went out for a walk with Maya-san.
Since I started writing this blog, I became aware of blogs on Japan written by non-Japanese people. Let me introduce two of them.
1. Japanese Ties by AdelaideBen
Ben is an Australian married to a Japanese lady, who live in Australia. His blog on Japan is comprehensive, informative, educational, but beautiful, interesting, and funny. The blog of T-chan, his Japanese wife is lovely, too. I highly recommend this blog.
2. Genki by Jessica
Jessica is a French lady living with her American husband in Japan. She writes both in French and English. She knows very much about life in Japan; a viewpoint of a non-Japanese wife living in Japan teaches me a lot. Her pictures are very beautiful. Her cooking using Japanese materials, vegetables especially, surprises me.
My blog describes daily lives in Japan just as in the title. I hope people find interesting some ideas of a Japanese husband married to a non-Japanese wife both living in Japan.
Thanks Muravej!… much appreciated. I know my wife’s blog is very nice… but I will pass on your kind words.
Ben, please keep posting.
I am enjoying your blog and learning a lot from it. I will check your second blog, too.
Say hello to T-chan from me and Katya.
Thank you for mentioning my blog it’s very kind!I do enjoy reading your blog too, it’s fun to read your perspectives in English on life in Japan! I am planning to introduce my blogroll into a future post and will mention yours.
Thanks for your visit and comment.
I found out that blogs of a person who knows much about Japan, like yours, are very interesting. We can share the same interest with a diffrent view point. This is true with Katya.
I like your pictures, too. Please keep posting. A bientot.