Kawagoe Festival, the biggest festival in Kawagoe where I live, was held on October 14 and 15. This year's attendance figures have not yet been announced (574,000 people last year), but
The Kawagoe Festival, the biggest festival in Kawagoe, where I live, is on October 14 and 15. I joined for the first time last year and had a great time, so if you have a chance, please go.
Now, it seems that one of the things that impresses foreigners visiting Japan is "Japanese toilets (High-tech toilet)".
Have you ever heard of the Midsummer Day of the Ox? Yesterday was just that day. The day of the ox means the “ox” in the Chinese zodiac. We customarily eat eel on a midsummer day of the ox in Japan.
After graduating from Cebu Language School, I went to El Nido, Palawan. Palawan seems to be called "the last unexplored area in the Philippines" and is a popular area for foreigners and Filipinos alike.
On weekends and holidays, I visited various places mainly for the purpose of scuba diving, so this time, I would like to give a brief recap.
As an output of my English study, I will write this blog in English. I have also changed the name of my blog from "Salaryman Masayoshi's Curry Road" to "Daily life of a Japanese salaryman".