●Jun 6(Mon.)Today is osegaki at Engaku-ji(円覚寺) in Kamakura(鎌倉).Kamakura is also called 'Little Kyoto'. It is a wonderful place with cultural property, temples, and historical spots that attract many people.
This is a gate. The entrance fee is ￥300.
This is an ajisai (hydranges) at Engaku-ji.
There are leaflets:French version and English version. You can get them at the entrance gate.
This is a painting on the ceiling.
This is the osegaki place；a lot of peaple attend Buddhist service ceremonies here. You can check this link for the meaning of Segaki. It is similar to the Chinese Hungry Ghost festival. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Segaki
This is my family grave.
The temple prepared lunch for us. I was very tired, so I bought two cakes.(^○^)
●Jun 7(Tue.)Today I went for a syodo(Japanese calligraphy) lesson.
●Jun 8(Wed.) June has a lot of rainy days； it's called tsuyu season. There are many ajisai(hydrangea) at roadsides and house gardens.
●Jun 9(Thu.) I'm helping to check the company's general ledger(accounting). I've been on a long trip, so I have to do a lot. Since I'm busy, I don't have time to cook.
I ate a pizza. I love pizza! The side dish is free；I had a coupon.
●Jun. 10(Fri.) I'm tired from checking the ledger. So I went out on my bicycle, and now I feel refreshed. This is the fabric shop street(布の街)in Nippori. There's special sale this week. I had to stand in line at checkout counter for some time.
●Jun. 11(Sat.) , 12（Sun.）I practiced syodo (calligraphy), I checked the ledger again, and did some washing, cleaning, etc. These are photos of my breakfast.
My niece presented me with a Japanese radish and some cucumbers. Her hobby is growing vegetables.
This caramel sauce is from Murielle, she is French. Thanks Murielle!
I bought this table cloth from a fabric shop in Nippori. The vichyssoise bowl is from Baccara. I got it from my friend Matsu(that's a nickname). Thanks Matsu!
See you next week(^-^)/