Culture Day

Today is a national holiday, Culture day.  There was a bazaar in an English school where Katya often teaches, but we chose to go to Lake Inagako in Minami Alps City.

Mini took us there.

The leaves started to change colors.

Katya was busy taking pictures.

Maya-san was busy digging holes.

After coming home, we headed for Yamanashi Prefectural Youth Ceter, where we played tennis from 3  to 4 PM and from 7 to 8:30 PM.

Kayta was satisfied with her new racket.  I moved too quickly in a cool air and had the right thigh slightly injured.

We had not played tennis for three weeks, so we are very tired.

Katya started playing tennis since she came to Japan.  She is very fond of it and continuously getting better.  It is good we have something in common to enjoy together.

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4 Responses to Culture Day

  1. AdelaideBen says:

    Great scenery! I love autumn in Japan… beautiful. Sounds like all up it was a very full day. Hope the leg gets better.

    My wife and I used to play tennis and squash together (before we had our son). I know what you mean about it being good to do things together. Now that he’s older we should give it another try.

  2. Muravej says:

    This is not the most beautiful, yet. Katya is planning to go there again next week.
    Thank you for your concern about my leg. It is almost fine.
    We are planning to play tennis on Saturday evening.

  3. AdelaideBen says:

    Can’t wait to see the next series of photos then! Hope it’s not getting too cold over there…

  4. Muravej says:

    Katya is planning to go take pictures this week while I am out for a business trip. I hope she has time.
    It is a small but very pleasant place.

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