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City Festival / Typhoon / Facebook

June 20th, 2012 | Tagged , | 8 Comments | 594 reads

At that age you probably slightly raises doubts whether all the clothes on board ....

Last weekend so once again the Sanja-Matsuri (Three Sacrificial) instead of: The local festival of the city of Urayasu, which takes place due to the high expenditure only once in four years (is the report from the last time it here). The Saturday was rained out completely, But on Sunday, the weather was. So quickly daughter packed in appropriate clothing festival, that they sometimes heavy Mikoshi 神 舆 can draw. The tradition, as such, I find beautiful, But look at me is (well as the manager comes in to me by) different each time: Front pull dozens of children in trouble with the rope shrine, and back braces are an old old man (mostly) against the direction of travel. Clear, so it is not too fast. But it looks weird every time: The children are abrackernden, and the rear brakeman.

As each time were approximately 100 Shrines carried simultaneously by different parts of the city. Will hot, something is going on everywhere, and that's the nice thing about this festival: It has a little neighborly, and the kids have their fun. This festival is not a tourist spectacle, it's just a tradition. A friend of my hand, an Englishman, made at the invitation of the (Gate)tour mit. For three days, from morning to evening, Shrine carry through the area, throw up, drehen – in den Pausen: Uninhibited flow of alcohol. He saw the day 3 very, very broken out. I once had the pleasure, however, this is a few years ago, and it was no picnic: Who is greater than the average, was the cry of carrying a small problem: Either one is upright and has the extremely heavy shrine virtually alone (the people around you see it breathe), or spend the day running with knees bent. One can choose.

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For the first time since 2004 examined in June, in the middle of the rainy season, a typhoon Japan home. And he was serious, because it crosses almost the entire island (Honshū) from south to north. In Tokyo and other ortens put the typhoon number 4 traffic to paralyze large parts. After all: Tokyo, he met shortly after closing time. The ride home was exciting again according to: Driving my line yet!?. They drove. 30 Minutes after arrival was then concluded. Umbrella on the way home from the station? Absolutely pointless. But at least the rain was hot.

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Insipid, So somehow when one picks a total of about 250 Facebook Likes together (for the blog itself, see top right) - And suddenly they are all gone! Nanu!? Where are the go now? Does this have to do with the botched IPO? Will I be penalized, because I did not buy any shares? Who knows, who knows. As a private person that is half as tragic, But at a company's website, the situation would look even more dramatic, for Facebook Likes are these days, whether you like it or not, become very important.

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8 Responses to “City Festival / Typhoon / Facebook”

  • protoss says:

    würde ich FB und die anderen sozialen Netzwerke nicht abgrundtief hassen würd ich liken so gibts nur hier im kommentar nen *like* ^^
    mal noch ne frage nebenbei gibts zu dem fest noch andere bilder ? oder sowas wie ne hp zum fest?

    grus proti

  • tembridis says:

    Da musste ich gerade etwas schmunzeln. Ich hatte einmal das Vergnügen für ganze 500円 an einem solchem Event unten auf Kyushu teilnehmen zu dürfen. Ride, Yukata, Essen und Onsen inklusive. Nicht zur erwähnen das Freibier und den 焼酎, den mir die Dorfältesten zukommen liessen.

    Den Yukata hatte ich übrigens bitter nötig, den meine Kleidung war klatschnass und meinen Bekannten war es nicht gelungen mir die Wichtigkeit von Wechselkleidung zu verdeutlichen. Also bin ich im Yukata ohne was drunter zurück in mein Apartment gefahren. Muss schon sagen, ein nettes Stück Kleidung, was die Japaner da erfunden haben.

  • zoomingjapan says:

    Hier in Kansai hatten wir Glück.
    Eigentlich sollte der Taifun uns mit voller Wucht treffen (v.a. Kyoto). Ich wurde sogar von der Arbeit aus angerufen und gebeten, doch heute bitte zuhause zu bleiben. Not bad.
    Im Endeffekt war es halb so schlimm. Das Ding hat sich ja dann in Kanto ausgetobt! ^-^; ….

  • Thuruk says:

    Bin auch Facebook-Verweigerer, aber für den Reisenden: *like* :-)

  • hamamama says:

    Mit dem Facebook-Link stimmt was nicht. Erst fragt er meine FB-Zugangsdaten ab, dann postet er den Link mit 2mal http:// auf meiner Facebook-Seite. Liegt es vielleicht daran?
    Ich hab’s jetzt mal manuell gemacht, vielleicht kommen wieder ein paar “likes” to. Verdient wär’s. :D

  • Perl says:

    like :-)
    auch ohne facebook

  • tabibito says:

    @ All
    Danke danke!!!

    @hamahama
    Das mit den Zugangsdaten konnte ich nicht bestätigen, 'm not sure, was da falsch war. Aber ein paar Sachen mit den Metadaten waren nicht in Ordnung. Das habe ich jetzt alles gerichtet, sollte also theoretisch ab jetzt in Ordnung sein. Bis zum nächsten Reset

  • Anne says:

    *Like* *Like*