KAZI CUP and Mrs. Amy Chavez on the Shiraishi-Jima Island レポート4
Mrs. Amy Chavez and her image have been already introduced on this blog dated Feb 24, 2010.
Amy Chavez grew up in a small town in southern Ohio, USA. She lives on Shiraishi Island, an island of 655 people as of 2010 year, in Seto Naikai, Japan's Inland Sea.
As the writer of 'Japan Lite', she attempts to explain some of the complexities of Japan through her own experiences.
Laugh and learn with Japan Lite, a weekly humor column appearing in The Japan Times, Japan's largest English daily.
Amy Chavez dispels the myths and uncovers the real Japan in her informative, candid essays on Japan. One of The Japan Times's most popular columnists, Chavez explains all things Japanese, from Zen Buddhism to why praying mantises ride the bullet train to Tokyo.
Her website, Japan's Best Humore; http://www.amychavez.addr.com/news/index.shtml
Her column, JAPAN LITE - AMY CHAVEZ, on The Japan Times website;
In addition, Amy Chavez has some other unique private blogs.
"The Daily Moooo", one of her blogs, has reported the KAZI CUP Yacht Race.
And also she took the trouble to open her Bar cows during the KAZI CUP. The cocktail, which was served by her husband, tasted very good. The lovely sweaters with cows pattern were appropriate for the couple.
Many thanks Amy! on behalf of JSAF Naikai Ocean Club, the organizer of the event.
Here let's change the subject.
The Moooo! Bar cows have started their own blog called "Humor-Us Guide to Japan", covering all things funny, and all things cow, related to Japan.
They promise to "explain Japan through humoor and general B.S." Their site is the first to offer comprehensive information on the islands in Japan's Inland Sea. They also offer travel tips for Japan, cartoons, a podcast and even cow-related tourism sites.
For instance, Humor-Us Guide to Japan has just carried "Cherry Blossoms Hanami in Japan".
Please enjoy the comical animation!