It’s been too hot to do much during the day, so I’ve taken to going out night. One of my recent outings was to the Nagoya TV Tower.
Every summer, they hold a projection mapping exhibit. This year it was done by a group called Naked. The theme was underwater.
For ¥1000 I could watch some shows, relax above Sakae, and even go on the outdoor deck. It was pretty crowded, but still really fun.
The exhibit will be nightly from 6:30 to closing, until mid-September. You can get there via the Sakura Dori Line’s Hisaya Oodori station or the Higashiya Line’s Sakae Station.
My coworker, K, invited me to the Ishidori Festival this weekend. It’s a famous three day festival held in Kuwana.
The festival starts in the evening around seven o’clock and last until about four. At midnight, floats play drums, ring gongs, and yell cheers.
It’s been too hot to do much during the day so I went out for a little bit last night.
Not many people were our and most places were closed.
Still, it was nice to get out of the house for a bit.
Its been pouring all day today. After work, I needed to stop at the supermarket for dinner, so I went through the side streets to save some time. The rain made the city lights look especially pretty.
Got our first significant amount of snowfall this evening. I was on assignment at my old school in Anjo when my friend told me that we were forecast to get a decent amount of snow this afternoon. It was supposed to star around three, but it started sometime around five or six.
It delayed the trains so it took a while to get home.