Nevertheless, what can we expect to see from a country that had already been developed and already in the peak since some decades ago? When they build Naritta and served it as an international air port it was a modern futuristic airport for what we can enjoy up to these days maybe until sometime in the future when human beings have international public outer space airports one day.
What further development and change we would see for a country like Japan and Russia as another example if they already have the technology to dig down the five stories subways underground of Tokyo or Moscow that goes to many points in the cities?
As for Japan, what they always thinking are durability and the up-to-date products that meet their customers’ demands, however this is costly, that is why most of Japanese products are expensive. But, we hardly find an out of order old Japanese goods right? Many of our out of date Japanese made electronics that we bought several years back still work up to these days.
Wow, I am now talking as if it were about marketing campaign whereas it was totally not what I am aiming at, so let’s go back to see about the people; and how is the Japanese people change in this modern society?
The second days of my visit in Sapporo, I was running out of Yen. Surprisingly, not all banks in Japan are allowed to exchanging money. I don’t know when this system has started but it is the fact today, or even from the beginning? Frankly speaking I don’t know the answer.
The weather was around 13 C degree and I just walk and walk and forget that I was not used to walk that far, carrying my heavy weight body and bags!
Sapporo, May 28, 2010.
This writing is dedicated to my brother Noboru Tasaki and my sister his beloved wife Keiko and my nephew Shinja Tasaki as well as the three boys (Kazutoshi Yamashita, Yoichiro Yamaguchi, Mashanori Kawakami) and their beloved family in Nagasaki. I love you all.
* On the way back from Sapporo to Indonesia, I realized that I had never stopped in Narita 30 years ago, because this air port at that time was still under construction. No wonder if I got the impression that the building rather quiet because Narita is located about 60 km outside of Tokyo, whereas the one I stopped some 30 years ago was Haneda, which is still beautiful until now. Wow, I really have to check the data correctly, not only guessing.
** I found as well, that the taxi driver name is Naoki Sawada from Daiichikoutsu Kitahiroshima Company. I thank you Naoki. Domo arigato gosaimashu.
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