169. I loved cafe in Helsinki
I received interesting feedback to my blog from my clients yesterday.
I wrote about people sitting next to me at cafe.
I like people watching, especially over coffee.
( I guess my concentration is low.)
I love doing so overseas, as everything is new and people behave differently.
I spent six months as an exchange student in Helsinki.
I made some Finnish friends and they took me to a coffee shop after school.
Almost every day, we went to cafe and watched people on the street.
To me, that was so interesting as I was able to ask my Finnish friends many questions.
I wish I could do that again in Helsinki.
Haruki Murakami, a novelist, says that when he writes a novel, he goes abroad.
He can concentrate on writing outside Japan.
Once, he went to Greece to write.
He still wants to eat Greek steak from time to time very badly.
I am not sure if my Finnish coffee is equivalent of Murakami’s Greek steak,
but that cafe scene makes me relaxed.
I received three orders for a set my client introduced to her freinds.
It is a set of Kihitsu.
Sokoho goat and
Maybe it was made more than five years and now on sale at 30,000 yen.
Older hair is said to be better.
Please let me know if you are interested,
Thank you for reading,