Today, I left the hotel to Yoshida Campus of Kyoto University. It is one of the best universities in Japan.
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science & Technology has constructed a research network, and Kyoto University has been equipped with various instruments to be used by universities and companies. A researcher and I checked the possibility of coming to Kyoto for experiments.
Unfortunately, the apparatuses they have might not be adequate for our research.
I took a bullet train from Kyoto to Nagoya.
In Nagoya, I changed trains to Shiojiri, and from Shirojiri, to Kofu.
It took nearly five hours.
On the way from Kofu station to our apartment, Katya, while driving, told me Maya-san’s right hind leg might have been weak as well as her left one. Right after arriving home, I called to Noah Vet Clinic and we took Maya-san there.
Maya-san was examined, and her back and her kind legs were found not getting worse. We were relieved.
Just in case, the vet gave us steroid pills to heal the back.
Maya-san took one at home.