Saturday, October 1, 2016

Tokyo Fish Market

Aaa summer break. 
I remember back in grade school when I looked forward to, yet dreaded, this time of the this time of the year. 
I like to think that I've gotten a bit wiser than those good ol' times and have learned to make better use of the precious 3 months that I can spend however I want. I would have to say that summer this year was preeeettttyy awesome.


Tsukiji is where the famous (and huge) fish market is located in Tokyo and I took a trip down to see it before they relocate it to start construction work for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. While its pretty cool to see the city move forward for such a huge event, there's something that just pulls a bit at your heartstrings to see a place with so much history go.


One of my friends works at this really cool café so my friend and I stopped by after our trip to Tsukiji. She made us this Latte art for us. She said it was her first time making it but I would say that it looks really good.


Senior year has officially begun. I love this back to school energy that I feel around school this time of the year. I'm almost finished taking all of my "required courses" so my mission this year is to just take classes to get enough credits to graduate. I'm really excited for my schedule this year, although I have early mornings everyday - I'm looking forward to taking the courses that have fascinated me from year one but couldn't really fit into my schedule.


This week's readings:


Book #1 (I'm going to start counting the books I finish from this post on)
The Decision Book: 50 Models for Strategic Thinking by Mikael Krogerus and Roman Tschappeler

本#1(今回の更新以降数えていきたいと思います。):Mikael KrogerusとRoman TschappelerのThe Decision Book

Book #2 Zero to One by Peter Thiel

1 comment:

  1. 築地のカウンター寿司、美味しいでしょう。羨ましい。