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A moment when a security expels customers out of the elevator

This incident was a story while I was travelling in Japan at the beginning of this year. It took place at Bic Camera, Namba Store in Osaka. Bic Camera is a leading consumer electronics retailer chain in Japan. The store was extremely crowded at the day. Most of them were seemingly foreign visitors. I was waiting for an elevator for so long to go to the upper floor. Due to the crowd, every time the lift opened, it was packed with tons of customers that I wasn’t able to get in it. Believe it or not, I had been waiting …

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A mission in searching for a S-Guard barricade in Japan!!

A barrier preventing motorcycle is also known as S-Guard barricade. It is a novel innovation brought to you by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) in an attempt to prevent motorists driving on the sidewalk. This weird thing is increasingly enlarging in scale throughout the city of Bangkok, especially at the major intersections. The point is that I have a strong belief that those authorities, who have the power to initiate this execution, might perhaps derive this idea from Japan where the innovation already existed. It might appear interesting in their eyes. However, it’s just a superficial inspiration and lacks scrutiny on …

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Life difficulties make people stronger

We all had heard a recent tragedy of strong earthquake hit around the Osaka metropolitan area in western Japan on today morning. Every time this kind of natural disaster incurred I have to make a comparison with our country. Although Japan has been suffering with constant natural disasters since ancient time, especially earthquake, the country remains one of the largest economies and most powerful nations in the world. The situation is somehow opposite to Thailand where the country is mostly free from massive natural disaster and fortunately possesses rich natural resources. However, the country in overall is still in the …

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Test: Platform Lift in Japan

Our primary mission is the traveling to search for the answer of what we are questioning. When you are in doubt of capability of something, you might want to go checking it out by yourself at first hand. Domestic trial right in our home country seems to be insufficient as Japan is the top-notch among the area we are talking about. So, I headed to the land of the rising sun. Platform Lift or stair lift is a kind of accessible equipment intentionally designed for wheelchair user. It has been developed to use in Thailand as well as you might …

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My visit to DPI-Japan, an organization who mainly involve the basic accessible facilities in Japan

DPI JAPAN On a journey to study the basic accessible facilities, the most important was to be able to test and examine whether it’s suitable and can be used in our daily lives. This is why I call my trip as a “mission for everyone”. In addition, testing is very important and also the information would be much more valuable when we could hear the stories from people who were being involved and work close to these issues. Finally, I got an opportunity to visit the DPI-JAPAN (http://dpi-japan.org/).

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Saba and Sakura

At this place, it’s so-called “Wat-Nam-Sai” (Stands for : A temple with clear water) for many Thai people. It’s also a perfect spot where I could shot the magnificent Fuji-san at its sunset. It was truly spectacular. The time when I’d arrived there, the Sakura was just about to present herself to the world. It would be extremely more fascinating if I capture her at this spot one week later, when her beauty would magically skyrocket at her peak.

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“Sakura” the beautiful princess…

It would be so weird traveling to a beautiful country of Japan, especially in spring season, but had no any nice pictures to share with all of you and here you go… (took so much time as all were incredibly mesmerizing.) It was during the beginning of spring. After I’d landed in Osaka, I deposited my stuffs and excitedly went to explore the city. I took a lot of trains, transferring countless stations to my very destination, a strawberry farm. For these 3 pictures, they were captured at Kishi Station. From my very perspective, I perceived the Sakura as a …

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