It’s 37°C (98.6°F) in Tokyo right now!
The view is really beautiful on my way to/back from Yoyogi Park in the morning.
Whoever decided to plant these trees here, you are wonderful.
At the second floor of small coffee shop where I watched college students after their band practice walking by.
Spring is the time you realize the world is full of beautiful things. It also reminds you that any living thing has its end.
I got some pretty looking sweets (from Jean-Paul Hévin Chocolatier) today.
In Japan, March 14 is better known as White Day than Pi Day. A month later Valentine’s Day on this made-up holiday, some guys buy sweets in return to what they got last month. For some reason, guys receive Valentine’s Day gifts from girls here.
A couple of facts I learned from Wikipedia today:
- This White Day thing was started by a confectionery company in my hometown Fukuoka in 1977.
- White Day is also observed in South Korea, Taiwan and China.
Happy White or Pi Day!
Three 3-inch pancakes and eggs for Sunday breakfast.