August 27, 2013


I love Nattō very much. It is a traditional Japanese food made from soybeans fermented with Bacillus subtilis and  is popular especially as a breakfast food. Nattō may be an acquired taste because of its powerful smell, strong flavor, and slimy texture.In Japan nattō is most popular in the eastern regions, including Kantō, Tōhoku, and Hokkaido. Usually, I mix the soy sauce containing some stock there as a seasoning, an egg yolk, a dried bonito, and mustard.
In summer when appetite declines, I break a pickled plum finely and often mix it.
Intense practice of rolls damages muscles. Good protein is required to reinforce it quickly. Nattō is low calorie content and proteinic content is very high. First of all, the soybean is called "the beef in the farm." Since it has essential amino acids uncompoundable in a body, it is equivalent to animal protein. Although you may be unable to get this daily, I will recommend you "Nattō." Please try it someday!

August 18, 2013

Can I meet you in Delmarva?

Yes, I'll participate in the Delmarva Paddler's Retreat. How about you? Can I meet you there?
Although I am not so good at English, am looking forward to communication with you very much. Since Japan is an island country, the opportunity to contact foreigners is restricted by geographical environment. Also in various information, it is the same. We get to know most information from overseas via media or the net. However, I would like to know first-hand information as much as possible. Therefore, I will use such a chance effectively.

Of course, I'll bring STORM ON's stickers! Please get your STORM in Delmarva.
See you soon! ;-)

August 11, 2013


I lectured on how to paddling to local children yesterday with QJ's members. This is held every year at this time. I am always surprised by children's possibility. Their uneasiness is always canceled in "the first 30 minutes." Then, the sea turns into their paradise. They learn the Greenland style from the introduction time as looking. Yes, this is our style.
I hope "Stormtrooper" appears in great numbers out of them. ;-)

August 7, 2013


I had interesting video introduced from Mr. Ole Tang living in Struer (Denmark). Not only kayak there, there was a valid image as a resource of hunting culture. Come to think of it, the storm roll which I love was derived from them. I respect them who completed such great culture from the bottom of the heart.
BTW, since they had the same plays as Japanese people, I was surprised. For example, they are "Kendama" and "cat's cradle." 

August 6, 2013


The starting point of my design in computer graphics may be "Nebuta Festival." It sticks Japanese paper on the frame intricately assembled with wire, and forms the solid. This methodology is just the foundation of CG design. Since this is a festival of my hometown, I have seen this up close from an early age.
Although the following is the movie last year, you could fully enjoy it.