This blog also has an English translation.
I am using the translation function, but I am editing based on the text.
It's still hard to read, but if you are interested, please read it.
I think every time, but it is difficult to translate Japanese into English and express my feelings.
I'm confused by the difference in grammar.
I am a genuine Japanese person. I have no friends or acquaintances abroad.
I will tell you this first.
(The image is borrowed)
July 4th is the Independence Day of the United States. I think it has a short history.
Please continue to respect Native Americans and become a better country.
A country that is free but has very strict control of self-responsibility.
Easygoing, generous, about, kind and cohesive.
Many people have the idea of discerning right and wrong.
I want to emulate that kind of national character.
As a Japanese ...
I will never forget the gratitude for the great support I received during the Great East Japan Earthquake.
In Japan, you can't eat or drink in the store.
Today is also my acquaintance's birthday. She is a mother with two daughters.
I haven't seen her for years. I will never forget this day.
happy Birthday. I hope you are having a calm and happy day.