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How are you?
I heard you were in Japan but did not know you were in Kawasaki. I am going back there on April 1 and am staying for 3 months. My mother’s house is in Miyamae-ku near Mukogaoka Yuen (Odakyu Line) or Noborito (Nanbu Line).
Nice to see someone is calm and going about their life normally there. The hysteria in western media has been positively deafening and the disaster and continuing issues at the nuclear plant have been used for political purposes.
Your daughter is very cute and I am pleased to see that you are happily married.