Exploring Tsukuba on Day 94

Today was a sunny day. The sun shone so bright. So, I decided to go out. Just moved around here actually, not far from my dormitory. Although I wanted to go to the place like Tokyo, but I had to refrain it for a while because the governor of Ibaraki (the name of my prefecture I am living now) request to resident to not go far from Tsukuba due to the coronavirus spread. And in weekdays, we have to stay at home from 5 pm. I call it semilockdown. It’s not problem for me because I can still go out to refresh my mind and boost my mood also improve my immune system before 5 pm. Hehe.

So, where did I explore Tsukuba today? I’ll show and tell to you by some pictures I took.

For the first, I went straight from my dormitory to Tsukuba Daigaku Chuo. It’s about 1 up to 1,5 kms.

The trees I saw are like the troops
For me, it seems like the standing “troops”
Don’t forget to press this button before crossing. In a quite place, the traffic light doesn’t work automatically. We need to turn it on by ourselves.
Another quite place doesn’t have traffic light. Don’t worry because in Japan the pedestrian get the priority over the cars. But for me, we have to be carefull no matter what.
When finally, I’ve reached Tsukuba Daigaku Chuo, I continued to another route.
I found the fallen Sakura.
The time periode of cherry blossom is so short. It’s like a reminder for us that the outer beauty is not immortal.
It’s done for today. Alhamdulillah.

I want to explore more and moree on foot again tomorrow. It makes me happy. So simple. Hehe.


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