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.