A byte of life from the Land of Sumos and Sushi
posted by The Funky Drummer at 8:58 pm
This is the parliament building in Norway. Apparently, 2005 marks one hundred years of diplomatic relations between Japan and Norway, hence the rather strange choice for snow sculpture. So there you go.
Thursday, February 17, 2005 10:19:00 am
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Location: Ono, Fukui Ken, Japan.
Mission: Eat Sushi, watch sumo, learn Nihongo.
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