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Breakfast today

I had breakfast today at the local restaurant Sukesan.

This is a typical Japanese menu.



June 13, 2020

Horseshoe in Kitakyushu

The horseshoe lives in Sone Tidal flat in Kitakyushu.

It has hardly changed in hundreds of millions of years and is considered to be living fossils.


June 12, 2020

Shinozaki Shrine

Japan Meteorological Agency announced that Fukuoka-prefecture started the rainy

season today.

This is Shinozaki Shrine where I visit every morning.



June 11, 2020

Around our office

The weather forecast said that the rainy season in Fukuoka prefecture will start tomorrow.

The photos are around our office just before the rainy season.



June 10, 2020

June flowers, Hydrangea

Hydrangea is a flower in the rainy season of Japan.

Usually, the rainy season begins in early June, however the season has not started

yet this year.  We need rain.





The photos are taken at Yahata port in Kitakyushu-city, today.


June 08, 2020.

Kawachi Reservoir

It is beautiful day today.
The temperature is like early summer and is 28 degree Celsius.

I walk around Kawachi Reservoir.







Kawachi Resevoir is the first-class civil construction heritage completed in 1927, the triggered

the registration of World Cultural Heritage of Sites of Japan’s Meiji Industrial Revolution.  

The Reservoir was constructed for the industrial water supply to Yawata Steel Works.

The dam was constructed at the Okura River and upper stream of the dam was expanded and 

making the 7milion cubic metre reservoir.


June 07, 2020

Seasonal flowers, iris

Iris flowers are in full bloom at Yomiya Park in Kitakyushu-city.

posted on June 6, 2020.


Hiraodai karst plateau



One of the three largest in Japan 


It is located in southeastern part of Kitakyushu-city. 

At altitudes between 400 and 600 meters above sea level and stretching 6 km from north to

south and 2 km from east to west.  



Yougunbaru, which was so names because of the limestone which stands in row like a flock of sheep

in a vast meadowdolines or conical hollows and limestone caves create distinctive scenery.


The Plateau offers a different views in each of the four seasons, resembling a burnt field in the spring, 
appearing fresh and green in the early summer, and similar to a dry plain in the fall.