It is end of the month and thank God it’s Friday. Do you have any plans to drive somewhere this weekend? If not, how about Tsukuba Circuit? An endurance race will be held at TSUKUBA Circuit for 4 hours, tomorrow (2012/9/1). There will be a lot going on. But the main event is a roadster 4-hour endurance race. Last year’s champion was our carview.co.jp team! It will take place at 16:00.
I may go and check it out. Looking forward to it, I’m sure it will be a great time. Have a nice WEEKEND!!
Posted at 2012/Aug/31 19:01:11
When I took that photo from the balcony, the fireworks were rushing through the air into the night sky to explode up in beautiful light beams.During this summer, there are lots of fireworks all over japan. I would like to share some thoughts on fireworks(Hanabi). Everyone loves fireworks here, i think. You can find posters around the station even inside the train in almost every town. Hanabi is an old Japanese traditional culture and people love to watch fireworks together with some one they love and care about. For me, It was truly an amazing experience of colorful magic lights making projectiles on the night sky. Some Hanabis are held with music rhythms which are really cool. People wear summer kimonos known as Yukata, and others wear casual clothing. The Yukata is a light cotton kimono for wearing in summer. Yukatas, normally, have bright colored designs printed on the cloth material. I hope everyone has a great experience of watching hanabi and I wish you good luck to those who haven’t have a chance to experience this wonderful summer event. Or you can enjoy it from home too like me. Best wishes!!
Posted at 2012/Aug/27 19:11:18
Bon is Not a Japanese national holiday, but usually many employees take vacations during this time. It is held in Mid-August and it is also the peak traveling season in summer. No doubt, It's one of the biggest traditional events during the year, along with New Year's. What we heard, “People believe that their ancestors' spirits come back to their homes to be reunited with their family during Bon and pray for the spirits.” To cut short, Bon is an important family gathering time, and some of Carview employees return to their hometowns to meet their love ones.
Traffic in Mid-August
Mostly, the peak of the Bon travel season is anticipated to take place between August 11 and August 19. If we are not wrong, the busiest days for domestic travelers around August 11 and 12 with people were leaving the big cities, and August 15 with people returning to the big cities. Bullet trains (Shinkansen) are packed and filled with over loaded people.
Our dedicated staff are working hard even in Bon holidays. Cheers☆！！
Posted at 2012/Aug/15 17:08:16