Daily Thoughts from West Side of Sayama Hills, Tokyo

4 May 2011

Yesterday, I took a stroll with my wife to Sayama Hills, that is the last sanctuary in mid-Tokyo. In the hills, two dams are glittering under the early summer sunshine. The dams are used for the waterworks of Tokyo citizens. The hills
and dams are the very fantastic in the light green leaves, azalea, remained cherry and white dogwood.
There I frequently come to ease my mind with my friends, family or lonely to reflect my life. Sayama Hills are the last sanctuary for all the animals and plants in Metropolis Tokyo.
Please come to the Hills that are the Arcadia of Tokyo.

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