Spring in Shodoshima
The other day, I visited the Shodoshima Factory after a long absence.
The factory, which has not been in operation for a long time, was lively, and I always thank you for that.
There were machines that I saw in operation for the first time, and they were related to the work I do, I learned a lot.
I learned a lot. I was always wondering why that was. I was able to solve the question I always wondered why that was.
There are a lot of things you can’t understand from a desk, so sometimes a tour of a factory is a great way to get a clear answer.
I went back to my hometown for the weekend.
The cherry blossoms were a little past their full bloom, but they were beautiful, the carp streamers were swimming beautifully because the wind was so strong that my hair was shaggy, and I could still eat two bowls of udon noodles + tempura + rice balls in a single sitting. （It was a very satisfying weekend!
There are still many good places to visit in Shodoshima, so I hope to introduce them to you at another time.