Sunday, 18 July 2021 – After the rainy season

Good evening from Tokyo under the fourth time state of emergency.
Day 7.

Keigo Oyamada, the composer of the opening ceremonies for the Olympics and Paralympics, is accused of abusing the disability students in the past. The Tokyo Olympic Committee is determined to sink this fact under the tombstone as a story of the past. Many people in Japan are calling for Oyamada’s removal, but the evil Tokyo Olympic Committee is completely ignoring these voices. Now, in Japan, a huge number of people are really, really getting angry with Oyamada and the Tokyo Olympic Committee.

After the rainy season, Japan has been hitting by a sudden heat wave. In Obihiro, in the north of Japan, where even in mid-summer the maximum temperature only rises to 24-25 °C, the temperature reached 37 °C today. It’s hotter than my body temperature! Obihiro is at about the same latitude as Sofia in Bulgaria, Rome in Italy and Detroit and Boston in the USA. It was also terribly hot in Tokyo today. Right now, it’s midnight, my study’s room temperature is 31.6 °C. It’s not too humid so I can still endure it, but when I sleep, I need the air conditioner.

Tomorrow is my second vaccination day of Pfizer. I hope it goes well. Today’s photos are of the trees in Ueno Park. I took them on 10 July.

Have a good night. Have a nice dream.

Wear a mask and wash your hands.
Stay safe and healthy 😊😷🖖🖖🖖🖖🖖
18 July 2021 #tokyo #japan