Learning, learning and walking around

Currently I always cross the bridge to the other ward when I leave home but today I decided to walk into the opposite direction. I also had another reason for a walk outside – I heard  loud voices outside. It turned out that there is currently some sort of local election and the candidates drive around together with a small group of supporters wish all people good look and bow if someone leaves the house. One day they were waiting at Tabata station, another day they were patrolling the pavement (and they are narrow so no chance to escape ;). I think it’s quite funny, because election times in Germany are quieter in my opinion but you see the candidates on the streets too – and they are never to be seen again once they are elected…
Anyway, the path of the ward I was walking was very boring so I returned after a short while. The rest of the day was spent with work, learning and more learning.

House in Adachi-ku

Mia Jaap

Journalist, developer and passionate about Japanese and Korean language. Japan is my #1 country for travelling, penguins my favourite animals.

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