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Outings (5)

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2 comments on “Outings (5)

  1. Halee Pagel
    June 21, 2017

    Beautiful! I didn’t realize how many hydrangea are planted here in Japan! I’m still in my first year living here and it has been fantastic seeing all the new blooms as the months have gone by. Although, I am spoiled. I arrived at the end of March just as the sakura were beginning to bloom.

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    • helloalissa
      July 2, 2017

      Yes, we have to take advantage of the beautiful landscapes when the weather is good during spring and fall! (You’ll love the fall leaves.) One of several reasons I argue against living in big cities, but if we have to for work, exploring trips out into the countryside are super important.

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