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[Column] Since my last post

(Photo : At a yard during the apartment hunting for a Japanese immigrant family. Oct. 2015.)   It’s been a while since I posted my last column. I guess a

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[Column] Updates about my life

Note : If you are from the international mass media, Don’t read this site before having a contact with me.     After obtaining the new visa (exactly speaking, it’s

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[Column] Finally managed to renew my visa

Note : If you are from the international mass media, Don’t read this site before having a contact with me.     I finally received the new visa 2 days

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[Column] The Japanese family went back to home land and sent me the letter

Note : If you are from the international mass media, Don’t read this site before taking a contact with me.     This October, I guided a Japanese family in

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[Column] A part of your donation was donated to Save the children in Romania

When I was living in Bucharest, I was saving coins and small bills (25¢ ish) for charity purpose. I hoped to give it to someone “authentic” directly but because I

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Finding a hole on the wall

I’m posting this at 22.4 bps of my poor 3G. I was supposed to install the internet line before this noon and post about the 500,000 Bq of tritium detection

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[Column] Pilot flame for the day to flare up

It’s been a week since I came to Arad in Romania. I finally got my apartment. It’s actually a house with the shared yard. The rent is 130 €/month, so

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[Column] Researching real estates around Arad

They say now I’m the only Japanese in Arad prefecture. I’m honored to be able to do something nobody has ever tried to do, alone. Some of my Japanese readers

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[Column] Fukushima Diary’s activity in Arad and Transilvania

2 days have passed since I got to this remote Romanian city “Arad” and am struggling with the muscle pain a little bit. It’s not famous as a touristic place

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[Column] Move

It takes only 15 mins for me to pack stuff, but it takes 10 hours to move. I departed Bucharest 1PM and now it’s 23:24. One hour behind the schedule.