Friday, June 09, 2006

The rainy season started...

Here in Japan, we've just got into the rainy season "tsu-yu" from today. Yuck. From now on we'll have lots of rain and higher humidity for a month. Sigh...
But we need it for the trees and flowers, and also for our daily water. You don't wanna know how gross the Japanese humidity is...
Okay, girls! Have a great weekends!

13 comments:

Handmade Girl said...

Pretty flower! Is that a hydrangea?

madhatter said...

seems to be a hydrangea :)
wonderful shot, as always.
your flower-pics are gorgeous. i envy you for "having the eye"...

;)

heather said...

i'm not looking forward to it! i arrived to oita in december, and winter was OK... but since then, pretty much everyone has been saying: "wait'll you feel the summer"... it doesn't sound nice at all.

and now a whole month of rain. wow!

*Kumi said...

Hi handmade girl.
Yes, it is.
It's a symbol flower of June here in Japan!

*Kumi said...

Hi madhatter!
Oh, do I have "the eye"?
Glad to hear that!!

*Kumi said...

Hi heather.
Welcome to my blog.
So it'll be your first rainy season in Japan?
Enjoy!
He he he!!
:D

Gina said...

Nice pretty purple. Your shop looks great by the way!

*Kumi said...

Hi Gina.
Purple is the favorite color of my daughter!
Thanks for checking my shop!

joyce said...

lovely picture!! sorry about the rain...

*Kumi said...

Hi Joyce.
Yap, it keeps raining for a whole month.
So far, we have cloudy days in a row, though.

Gina said...

My pleasure!

madmommy said...

I remember the rainy season when I lived in Korea...rain all day, everyday. And the humidity! Changing clothes three times a day and showers twice a day and you still felt ick. But it was beautiful in a way, too.

*Kumi said...

Hi madmommy.
I think the weather in Korea is almost the same here in Japan.
The high himidity makes more difficult to survive in the summer!
Yucks!
That's one thing you don't miss after leaving Korea, eh?