Culture comes from the west

It’s the second day of my business trip to an academic conference in Osaka.

I went to Universal Japan, which was my dream.

This is actually my second time.

The first time was 20 years ago.

Probably around the time it opened.

As a corporate staff trip in Fukushima.

At that time, each company had its own staff trips.

The days of group employee trips are over.

Koyama G has research committees and conference presentations that go beyond corporations.

From now on, I want to hold events not only in Tokyo but all over the country.

At the completion ceremony, I hope that corporations from all over the country will gather and celebrate, just like before the coronavirus.

Ever since I was a child, I had understood that Osaka, the west seen from Edo in the eastern part of Japan, was a city of lifestyle and culture dating back to ancient times.

When I was a teenager, I liked Minoru Odami, Ken Kaiko, Sakyo Komatsu, Tadao Umesao, and Kisho Kurokawa.

Everyone is from Kansai.

Kyoto School of Cultural Anthropology, cultural figure in Osaka.

The living culture that is rooted in daily life was fascinating.

To put it simply, it would be Osaka, a town where people eat too much food, and Kyoto, a town where people eat too much clothes.

When I was a student, I went to the Ethnology Museum on the site of the Osaka World Expo almost every year.

Then, eat while walking in the south of Osaka.

Of course, alone.

Kansai was a foreign country to Edokko.

I think Osaka is starting to resemble Nagoya and Tokyo.

However, I could feel the Osaka-ness.

The building also has a detailed self-assertion in its appearance.

The people serving you will smile more and speak warmer words.

The design of the hotel rooms is also reasonable.

The food is delicious and the prices are reasonable compared to Tokyo.

I think Universal Japan has started to resemble Disneyland since its opening, but the roller coaster rides are incredible.

Harry Potter at Universal Studios is more interesting than the one in Tokyo.

There are also many young couples.

Today, I’m going to visit the National Museum of Folklore for the first time in half a century.

Remember not the next Osaka Expo, but the Osaka Expo half a century ago.

Pulse oximeter 97/97/97

Body temperature 36.0 Blood sugar 196

Child of the Edo era.

CEO Yasunari Koyama


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