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Wataru Tenga
Works at Japanese-to-English translator; meat-free, car-free, Tokyo-based naturalized Japanese Dutch guy
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I have never let you down. Listen to this.
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Easter doesn't really interest me, but great music does. It would be hard to find one piece of music with more greatness packed into 18 minutes than this Credo. And pity the sopranos who have to sing extremely intricate passages at the top of their voice range in the final few minutes especially.
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A very old cherry tree in Inokashira Park (Mitaka)
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Yay, any couples on the duck boats (supposedly a swan but...)

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Top two timers are for coffee-making, bottom for pasta. Cat is a tissue holder. All on the side of our fridge.
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Slow coffee,
Instant nescafe type "coffee"
slow pasta
cross eyed cat pasta...

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Who knew Sibelius could be this sublime?
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You should go city trekking in Helsinki with this music on your Sony Walkman.

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"What most never realised was that the nuns tendered for the business of running these homes received very generous government funding, equivalent to the average industrial wage, for each mother and child in their so-called care. In addition, they profited handsomely from the forced adoptions they transacted, which saw 97% of all non-marital children taken for adoption in 1967. " That this happened in my lifetime is beyond belief.
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One of the comments in the thread mentions that this was not unknown to the world even a few generations ago and while "everyone's Irish" these days, this is an anomaly. The rule used to be "no dogs, no blacks, no Irish". They were the barbarians of Europe.
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Back from a lovely trip to Toba (Mie Prefecture) and Nagoya
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Yokogawa athletic field in Musashino-shi, Tokyo
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Tamagawa Jousui near the Ghibli bus stop in front of Mitaka Station. A smartphone shot, unedited, snapped while on my way to buy rice.
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The late afternoon angle of the sun helped. I think the purple flowers (Hana daikon) were planted a few years ago by an old guy who lived nearby. He had his own large garden but often planted flowers along the banks. This is just downstream from where Dazai Osamu drowned himself (apparently the water used to be much deeper).

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Have had this piece stuck in my head for at least 10 days and counting. Great music, though.
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It's still stuck in my head, though.

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This is perfect in all ways: music, performance, and recording
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  • Japanese-to-English translator; meat-free, car-free, Tokyo-based naturalized Japanese Dutch guy
    1983 - present
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