Unfortunately I didn’t manage to pick any really good books for March. The highest rating I put was 3. I hope things will get better in April!
This year is an important year for Hanson fans. Hanson is celebrating 25 years as a band, and 20 years since their album debut with Middle of Nowhere. While we are waiting for the Best Of album and a new Christmas album (yay!), they have released the dates for the first leg of their Middle of Everywhere 25th Anniversary World Tour! Pre-sale concert tickets went on sale today for fanclub members, and tickets go on sale for the general public on Friday.
In February I finished two series, and read a couple of books I’ve been curious to read. I also finished the manga series Death Note, but I’m excluding it from this blog post.
In January I finally read some books that I have been meaning to read for a long, long time. I also found two books at the library which I borrowed on a whim, and one of those is one of the best books I’ve read!
October was a month for emotional and touching books.
With 76 books read during 2015 and 44 books read so far this year, I feel that I’ve finally gotten into reading again – and it feels wonderful!
One place outside of Tokyo that I could go to over and over again is the island Enoshima. In May 2015 I went there for the third time, and I walked around most of the island and visited the aquarium.
One of the best outings I made during my trip to Tokyo in May 2015 was when I went with a friend to Showa Kinen Park in Tachikawa, about 30 kilometers west of central Tokyo.
I travelled to Japan for a little more than one week in August 2014. It was a week of concerts, musicals and meeting friends.
This incredibly beautiful garden is located right beside Tokyo Dome City, in the middle of Tokyo. It’s one of Tokyo’s oldest parks and gardens – the construction started in 1629 by the feudal lord Tokugawa Yorifusa.