“Ehime/Imabari/Hakatajima/Thank you!” It was a sunny day in Ehime Prefecture yesterday!
The Seto Inland Sea is clear blue, and the shallow waters are green.
Beyond the white sandy beach are fishing boats, sailing boats, and the neighboring island within reach.
The sea breeze that came over me was so dry that I almost felt like I was floating involuntarily. . . .
The seminar started at 2:30 in the afternoon, but before that, I ate freshly made ``mandarin orange mochi'' , ate rice cooked by an old woman on the island, and massaged with ``mandarin oil'' . It was a relaxing mood, and there was no tension at all.
In addition, since it is an island where my maternal ancestors are located, my relatives have come to visit me. It became a full seminar hall.
The new tea cocktail of "Amanatsu Kirin Gogo-no-Kocha" was presented, and the audience was very excited.
Younger people say, "I can do this!" Older people say, "This is great!"
After all, no matter where you walk, there are only fields of mandarin oranges, and if you stretch out your hand, you can hit mandarin oranges.
Even so, the people on the island were so warm, it kind of reminded me of my mother.