Second Day – Great Nagoya –

My student did a good job in his presentation.

He will be graduated in March 2012 and is already looking for his future job.  We had lunch together with a guy working for Toyota, which is originally a Nagoya company.  Having lunch together guarantees nothing.  I told my students to ask many questions at the conference to impress the Toyota guy.  Yes, he did ask many questions.  But it does not guarantee anything, either.

The economy is still bad.  He needs to try as much as he can.

Nagoya is a kitsch place.  Foods are good, but they are kitsch (hard to explain).  They name things differently, too.

I had a hair cut at “Hair Salon New Young” in “Great Nagoya Building“.

It was a traditional barber shop.  Four technicians took care of me.

We had a banquet in a hotel “Castle Plaza“.

The hotel is not bad, but it is not a castle.

After the banquet, I walked to the station.

Christmas is next month already.

I will be leaving Nagoya tomorrow.  It is a pity I have no time to see the real Nagoya castle.

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