Friday, August 27, 2010

Awa Odori

Awa Odori is the largest dance festival in Japan, attracting over 1.3 million tourists every year.
Groups of choreographed dancers and musicians known as ren (連) dance through the streets, typically accompanied by the shamisen lute, taiko drums, shinobue flute and the kane bell. Performers wear traditional obon dance costumes, and chant and sing as they parade through the streets.
Ryuko ren (one of the group)came to the stage in front of our store.
Their dance was really woundful and beautiful.
Awa is the old feudal administration name for Tokushima and odori means dance.

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Our P.C. was bloken.

Our P.C. was bloken last month.
So we bought a new P.C. and we have to put some data from old P.C.
But old one was not work well.
So we were confused.
But but but, it is OK now.
Well we will update soon.