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Bldg.4 wears the ivy (hedera helixf) on the surface. But It was raining under all ivy today. I guess something cracked open from all of its fruits at the same time. Anyways all happening was marvelous.

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Yesterday fullmoon lit up the city. The picture is obviously the view from our lab which we see everyday. But it looked like different world this time.

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The balcony of Bldg.2 in our school is very useful and confortable for us to get together and have fun. The balcony could be buffer zone between the city and the space you are, or outside and inside. This space releases us from all bonds surrounding our daily life.

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This weekend, my friends invited all 20 people for the party. As usual, it was held at the balcony in fourth floor of Bldg.2.


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After the lunch, we visited this small museum. On the way to the museum, we could see great Japanese rural landscaping.

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The entrance of Amakusa Zaigo Museum of Art.
I never expected this would be so wonderful. This museum was established by Shohei Katou who came from Tokyo, and he renovated this private house as a small museum. When we visited, there was the exhibition of IVAN RICHMOND who teaches English in Amakusa.

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For the lunch, we went to Nishinokubo Park near from Maruo-yaki. The park held the Calami Festival (Shobu Maturi) there. They also had a small market of local stuff. In spite of rain, many people visited this place to see all beautiful calami and hydrangeas and to get good food, porcelain, and all hand-made stuff.

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All people putting up their umbrellas in the garden of Calami. How aesthetic...

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Second destination of Prof. Fujiwara class was Amakusa. Through these trips (the last trip was to Sasebo), we have been learning the influence of any cultural art movements on the local cities. This time, it was raining in Amakusa, but I had a great opportunity to know the islands of Amakusa.

At first, we visited the Maruo Kiln. Mr. Kanazawa who is the fifth present head of Maruo-yaki gave us a lecture about the treasure of Amakusa.

MARUO-YAKI →
http://www.maruoyaki.com/

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