The Independence Day party video photo album is here! We hope to have one more event at the end of summer, stay tuned for details. If you’re in Japan this November, we’re considering a special Thanksgiving event. Thanks to everyone who attended our July 5th BBQ, and to those that didn’t, hope you can come next time! We’d like to do it again for Independence Day 2020.
Below is a sample of the story (imperfect machine translation from Japanese to English) for the full story in Japanese visit TV Asahi‘s website, or watch the complete video, and more TV Asahi videos here.
TV Asahi: In Iwate Prefecture Tono, which is known as the village of idyllic rural scenery and folklore, Ms. Tomoko Omori began Farm (56 years old) and Shunichi’s (55 years old) husband and wife.
Tomoko, born in Tono City, after graduating from college, was a primary school school nurse. Two children married Shunichi was working in Kamaishi City Hall at the time of the 28-year-old was born. Built home near the home of Yuko, had been working hard to raising children to work.
In her 48th year, a turning…
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Licca-chan (リカちゃん, Rika-chan) display at Tono Station!
The first model was released in July 1967 by toy manufacturer Takara Co. (now Tomy Co., better known as Takara Tomy).
According to her character profile, she was born on May 3 to a French father and Japanese mother. Her full name is Licca Kayama. She is 11 years old and in the fifth grade of elementary school. She is cheerful and a little bit careless, sometimes making small mistakes … (read more) Source: motto.media
In honor of this summer’s most popular iced coffee beverage, Michael’s Cafe American proudly presents Sea Cloud, the movie!
(okay it’s not really a movie, it’s only 42 seconds long, but if you drink as much coffee as I do, 42 seconds is a long time)
Our Sea Cloud Iced Latte is made with fresh whole milk from local dairy farms. First, the milk is poured into a glass with ice. Then fresh roasted coffee from our own Black Ship Coffee is made into a generous serving of espresso, then carefully poured on top, so that it floats like a cloud on top of the ice cold milk.
Videographer Daisuke Hakamada (Tono Brewing Company) captured the sea clouds of the Tono basin, using an iPhone, and time-lapse photography, in the hills high above Tono, at sunrise.
This week has brought lots of guests, visitors, and distant family members to Tono, to celebrate Obon. Last night a fireworks show was held at the shores of the Hayase river. We live only two blocks from the river, so just walking down the street from our home, we were able to see it, and enjoy the display.