Mud festival in Hanawa-machi Fukushima

“Mud festival” was held in Hanawa-machi Fukushima and reported on 8/5/2013.

Hanawa-machi is in 76 km South West of Fukushima nuclear plant.



Mud festival in Hanawa-machi Fukushima



Truth is not truth because everyone believes in it. It’s the truth because it’s consistent and can’t be rebutted.


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Festival de la boue à Hanawa-machi dans Fukushima


Le “Festival de la boue” s’est tenu à Hanawa-machi dans Fukushima et a été rapporté le 5 août 2013.

Hanawa-machi est à 76 km au sud-ouest de la centrale nucléaire de Fukushima.



Mud festival in Hanawa-machi Fukushima

Ce n’est pas la vérité parce que tout le monde y croit. C’est la vérité parce que c’est cohérent et irréfutable.

  1. i used to have a friend in Koriyama (Fukushima)
    i dont know if hes still alive
    shows what kind of friend am i


    “lets make fans cheer on radioactive mud puddles”

    Baseball: Giants roll over BayStars in weather-hit Koriyama

    KORIYAMA, Japan (Kyodo) — Shuichi Murata and John Bowker homered, lefty Tetsuya Utsumi went seven shutout innings, and the Central League-leading Yomiuri Giants blanked the DeNA BayStars 6-0 to open a three-game series on Tuesday night.

    Yomiuri center fielder Hisayoshi Chono went 3-for-4, delivering a two-run single to put the game out of reach in the eighth. Murata also had three hits, featuring an RBI single after a two-out triple by Itaru Hashimoto in pouring rain in the ninth.

    The runaway Giants, who improved to 10-2 this season against the BayStars, can clinch a magic number in their bid for their second consecutive pennant with a win on Wednesday.

    Utsumi (9-4) yielded six hits, struck out four and walked two, while BayStars starter Daisuke Miura (7-9) gave up two runs — both home runs — and seven hits in seven innings of the loss for DeNa, which lost a season-worst six in a row.

    “I wasn’t really pitching that well tonight but I kept us in the game,” said Utsumi. “My style is getting runners out once I’ve let them on base. That’s what I was able to do tonight. My curveball is the pitch I rely on most and it was really working for me,” he said.

    The BayStars had few chances for a rally, putting runners at first and second with two outs in the fourth before Kenjiro Tsuruoka flied out to right.

    Later, Giants third baseman Murata made a fine leaping grab on Toshiro Miyazaki’s liner for the second out in the seventh. Runners reached first and second, but Tsuruoka missed the sign from third base coach Toshifumi Baba to hold up and was tagged out at home on Takehiro Ishikawa’s single to right.

    There was a sudden heavy downpour at Kaiseizan Stadium after the eighth inning got under way, but the weather let up within minutes before another shower in the final frame.

    In the eighth, Murata was issued a free pass with one out, and former Seattle Mariner Jose Lopez had a two-out single before pinch-hitter Kenji Yano drew a walk to load the bases. Chono then knocked in two on a high-and-in fastball from Shigeru Kaga.

    After Murata’s single made it 5-0 in the final inning, Lopez added salt to the wound with an RBI double as puddles began to form in different parts of the field.


    August 07, 2013(Mainichi Japan)

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August 2013