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After the Rainy Days

I wake up in the gloomy morning with the dark clouds and the sound of raindrops pattering the windowpane, as if it tries to drown out the everyday soundscape. I miss the fine morning sunlight bringing summer in the air. It seems that leaves, by turning dark green, try to amass their energy to survive this strict summer. In the sky of the rainy season, rays of summer sunlight shine through the clouds as if it is looking forward to the height of summer.

On my way home from Matsumoto, Nagano, on the business trip, the idyllic landscape stretched. It seems that it has not been so long since rice was planted. It is probably because Matsumoto is at high altitude and is colder than flatland. The rice paddies sparkle in the sun in the rainy season. On the other hand, rice plants at flatlands appear to grow higher than at uplands. From these sceneries, I can easily imagine that, by gaining the benefit from rain, rice will be growing through the summer and, in the fall, the rice paddies will be filled with full of rice grain. I can’t help without appreciating the blessing of nature.

In Kashiwaya, we all look forward to seeing you with the cuisine of seasonal fishes, pike conger and ayu, which will make you brighten up.

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