Three generations had a very excited canyoning. It was another hot day. We spent in the cold water all day.
Our favorite and usual trail from Yokohama to Kamakura.
We took the trail on Saturday during Typhoon 13 warning. Originally kids signed up for IC radio making class. However, it got cancelled because of the typhoon warning. In fact, the typhoon didn’t arrive. It was one of the quietest Saturday. Everybody stayed in. We walked the quiet trail to Kamakura and had a wonderful time.
Akiva took a class for working on a copper sheet and some welding on steel.
He created a name plate.
Gigi (means grandpa in Japanese), Kenaz and I went to see some ships in Yokohama bay.
A North Korean spy ship which kidnapped Japanese was displayed. The ship looked like a fishing boat had many bullet marks by Japanese coast guard.
We went to a mountain to collect pine cones and other natural materials as symbols from the winter season.
We pounded rice very well. It is very soft.
He is number 21, the tallest in his team.
Akiva plays a first base.
Akiva became 12 years old.
We cerebrated his birthday eating our family party food, sushi hand roll.
Akiva had a birthday party at trampoline place.
Akiva now in middle school has been very active.
He is a member of school soccer team.
He is a defender, plays center-back.
He is a member of basketball too.
Although he often complains how less time he gets to play ipad, he is healthy and strong and doing well in the second year of living Japan.