I was brought to Hokkaido often when I was a child.
I was brought to Hokkaido often when I was a child. It may have been easy to go because I lived in Tohoku when I was little. I remember Sapporo's Snow Festival well. Speaking of the snow festival, I often see something of the building made of snow, but the child slides on the slide made from snow. It's a slide made from snow and ice, so you can slide well. And well at Hokkaido we ate hair. It was Hokkaido that I eat crab, and Hokkaido was eaten only for hair, so when I was small I thought that the hair was only in the crab. Also I brought you to Akan Lake. Speaking of Akan Lake. Real genuine malt is certainly not a natural monument. I certainly went to a place like a Marimo aquarium with a ferry or something. I remember wondering why he was wearing something out after that because he was a child. Travels in Hokkaido were often moved by cars, but the stars looked very nice and I often saw stars in the night car. It was impressive that he could see countless stars.