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  • It's March 11 today.

    I heard that Todaiji-temple and three famous sake breweries brewed sake from rice of Tagajyo, Miyagi where the tsunami struck by an internet news, so I went to Todaiji-temple to buy it by bicycle. The name of sake is 遠の朝廷(とおのみかど - too-no-mikado) which means "a distant capital". Tagajyo called so once.

    Even though It was just two hours ride, the very various weather happened. A strong wind, cold cloudy, heavy rain, spring thunder, and even halt!

    Then, when I bought a 遠の朝廷 at Todaiji museum, it was about 14:46 accidentally, it was sunny suddenly. This picture was taken at that time.

    This is my little reconstruction support for Tohoku. I remember the date 3.11.
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