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ebiring さん 最近バイクで林道は行ってませんね。 登山で汗を流すほうが健康的ですし。 江別で戦車は走ってませんよね(笑)

Jan V. That's hard to explain.

Wat a happy kitten! Is it living with you now? Most stray cats wants to be on the street, but this looks like a stayer.

Must be Akita dog!

Jan V.

Uhh・・・ looks like so, but I don't know the truth.

In Tokio there is a plaquette about the landing of the Dutch in Japan. The only ship of 5 that survived the trip was "de Liefde" (translated "Love"). The 5 ships that sailed from Rotterdam were: Het Geloof, De Hoop, De Liefde, de Trouw and De Blijde Boodschap (Believe, Hope, Love, Faithfulness and Gospel). For this voyage the ship was renamed, it was known earlier as "Erasmus" as an honour to Desiderius Erasmus, a well known dutch social critic. That's why the statue of Erasmus is in Tokio in the National Museum, the woodcrafted shipsornament being the sole survivor before it was wrecked at Usuki in an attempt to sail with the heavily deteriorated ship to Edo. On board was the pilot William Adams, known as "Anjin San" in the TV series "Shogun". As well as Jan Joosten van Lodensteyn, his name liveth on in "Yaeshu" Tokio. Captain was Jacob Quaeckernaeck, and with Melchior van Santvoort he was returned to Holland on a japanese ship with papers from Tokugawa Shôgun They didn't make it. Due to tensions suspicion from religious origin (the Portuguese tried to Katholise the daimyōs, therefore expelled from Dejima) the Dutch were moved from Hirado to Dejima. It was the beginning of a 200 year lasting trading post.

http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/DeLiefde%28galjoen%29#mediaviewer/File:PlaquetteDeLiefde.jpg

http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E3%83%AA%E3%83%BC%E3%83%95%E3%83%87%E5%8F%B7

http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dejima

Wonderful shot of the lighthouse and coast line.

Thank you for the information. Had to use Google translate and got the message. Holland also had a part in slavery, when slavery was common. The further you go back in time, the more common slavery and cruelty seems. Unfortunately it is not so long ago for slavery (Cambodia on large scale and in some industries still on smaller scale) and for now cruelty is yet far from history.

I can imagine a tool that was well-organized and meticulous personality. Maintenance room is clean and functional.

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