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Thank you very much for your kind mails.
To the others, I'm just fine and my all family is fine with no problem as well.
This is quite a terrible disaster...
I mourn for the loss of many lives.
A hidden view point of neighboring Taito beach, Isumi, as more and much more enlargement as possibly.
...... The answer is yes as the most of them, though I also definitely agree with your opinion about that ......
So, our small shop is totally different from such a shop more like "Big factory" which is regularly dumping hundreds of mass domestic remainders on the assembly line a month in eBay, as hope you know what I mean. ......
I was actually THERE !!!
Miraculously and fortunately, nobody died as the result.
But, everyone at there including me were unexpectedly shocked in various meaning.
This my local tradition from Edo period (Ohara Hadaka Matsuri) will be sure to continue in next year as well.
Yes, must be!
As a good melodic flow,
that's just a rhythmical ranking as political marketing by Rikyu's school (I'm not sure he himself wanted though...).
Considering for each of those scenic design of his favor ("wabi") and convenient disposition in use,
hagi would be the most well-balanced chawan as utility article in this thought.
So, how about "One for the koryo, two for the choson, three for the hagi as longing with respect."?
No. "One for koryo, two for Koryo, and three for Koryo." (Isn't it? Walter!).
It's totally depends on what kind of equipment you are ready for what kind of style for the occasion,
like for waves or whatever as you know...
Spinning it, the words of predecessors are remixed to be flown.
"Just see it as it is." - by Yanagi Muneyoshi
"If life is rice, the art is its juice... sake." - by Taneda Santoka
"It was a test cut...it sounds so exciting the was the records start with the voice,
the voice drop out and the rhythm still going." - by Osbourne Ruddock a.k.a. King Tubby
"Although Westerner or Chinese try to express using ten things, Japanese try to use one thing for it.
We Japanese try to taste infinite beauty in this daring omission." - by Kitaoji Rosanjin
"But, I would add to say Korean once did it as well more naturally, or more than that as unconsciously."