I haven't died, yet. [21st December]

a0018711_1551850.jpgHello, somebody. Not everybody. Several months ago, around 20 people used to come to this site per day but it's become just a couple of people lately. In fact, I haven't renewed this site after I left New Zealand. What was worse, I haven't replied many e-mails which my friends had sent to me. That was why some my friends wondered if I had passed away.

Anyway, I am alived. Now, I live in an apartment in Yokohama. My room is quite small. It is only 12 square meters including kitchen and bathroom. But it's comfortable for me.

By the way, this is a journal, you know. This morning, I went to Shibuya to watch film. Actually, the last time I'd been to cinema in Japan was 10 years ago, I was an elementary student. Then, I watched cartoon (named Slam Dunk) with my brother. Ah, it was a long time ago. Anyway, I hadn't been to cinema for a long time. Then, why I did it this morning suddenly was that I was interested in the theme of that film. It is Ohenro. I can't explain about it for now because I haven't really known that even in Japanese. The scene is Shikoku which one main island of Japan. There are 88 temples which many people visit. Oh, it is like pilgrimage, maybe. And the pilgrims are called "Ohenro". They travel by bus, bicycle, walking, or something else.
Anyway, I am going to do it sometime. Maybe within 3 years. Then, Of course I'll go by bicycle.

By the way, the name of the film is "Road 88". It is a Japanese film. And I think this film wouldn't receive a favorable review so much. Because the story and the ending were normal and old style. But I like it. Tastes differ. That film gave me power and made me happy. That's enough to me.

Well, there were only 20 people at the cinema when I was there this morning. And besides, I was youngest of the audience. Most of them were old ladies and gentlemen. Yeah, it's natural because it was in a weekday morning. By the way, I worked in the afternoon today.
by KazuFromNZ | 2004-12-21 23:59