Ah, kirei! I LOVE ume no hana (and Umeboshi, and Ume-shu).Very nice tree, I wish they could grow in Sweden, but I think it's too cold here...
>KarenAmazing!I had never seen foreign people who like Umeboshi before!and do you know some Japanese language? Have you ever been to Japan?
:-)! But I only speak a little Japanese. I stayed in Tokyo for 6 + 3 months, worked in a bar (hostess light, with a very kind mama-san and nice customers) during a break in my studies (long time ago now, 1998 and 2000).And I learned some Japanese then and when I returned to Sweden. Tabun henna gaijin desu ;-)I love Japan.
>KarinOh,that's exactly what I thought!You stayed in Tokyo for a long time!Great!!Beautiful hostess-san,weren't you? ;)We have some IKEA stores here in Japan, and Swedish and Scandinavian designs and styles are very very popular among Japanese ladies recently.I also love them of course!!Karin-san, Mata kitene!
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