New: The calendar page

Dear readers, I proudly present the latest addition to this blog: the calendar page. I created the calendar to give an overview of festivals and events specific to the Toyota City region. It is the kind of thing that I wished I had when I lived in Toyota City. It is by no means exhaustive. I listed the events that seemed most interesting or relevant. For the events that are listed, I attempted to gather all the relevant information in one place. There is a focus on ‘how to get there’ and ‘when does the event start’, information that is often hard to come by if you don’t read Japanese. I hope the calendar will be of much use to current and future expats. Enjoy!


6 thoughts on “New: The calendar page

  1. Hello. I was curious with the picture you were together with Takanoyama. I was a fan of his. Looking at the picture you took, Takanoyama seems really small. I thought he was 187 cm tall. Is the man (your husband) really tall? He seems to swarf Takanoyama. I would appreciate your feedback. Thanks and take care. Frankie

    • Haha, I hadn’t noticed but now that you mention it, Takanoyama does look small standing next to my husband πŸ™‚ In answer to your question, yes, my husband is very tall. 196 cm tall to be exact. So don’t worry, Takanoyama is still as tall as you remember him to be!

    • Yes it was a lot of work. Especially doing tables in wordpress is a nightmare. I’m glad you like it though πŸ™‚ There is still more that I would like to add, but I wanted to get it published first. I can keep adding to it every now and again now that it is published. Japan just has so many festivals and events!

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