marolog - a story of lives (in Denmark)

What maro sees, hears, smells, tastes, touches, and feels in his life will be told in his way in this blog. So today, what you'll see through his eyes?

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Hanami at Yoyogi Park.

I went there with my boss and colleagues of company today. This is a first time to get out with, I've needed to arrange every thing for Hanami: bento-boxes, drinks, snacks, and taking a better place.

Sakura has started to fall down for a week, but about 70% are still blooming up there. Many university students, many Gaijin, many couples and families are there, and everybody's enjoying Hanami picnic on their own way.

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It's still beautiful, and I guess that it's kinda best timing for Hanami. Falling-down-Sakura seems like a snowing, and it brings us some feelings. It's hard to describe, but it's something like ending with beauty. I saw Sakura in Canada as well, but it was so different. Canadian one was powerful, and seemed like not ending forever with full of energy. It's not my type. I prefer the Japanese one.


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Bento-Box. It won't be missed!
This time, I couldn't have enough time for booking bento-boxes, so I've bought them at Keio Department Store. There were many kinds of bento-box actually, and I found that choosing bento-box from various yummy-looking candidates is kinda another way to enjoy Hanami.

Next year I will do prepare the fancy bento-boxes by booking at Ginza or somethin' beforehand.
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