Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Inage

Inage
Last week I spent most of my free time at home. I tried to devote my time for my dear Mac, to understand him, and to get to know each other. Although things were progressing nicely, it might take a while before we become best friend. I decided to give some free time alone for him while I went adventuring in Chiba Prefecture.

Inage
Inage (稲毛) is a ward located north of Chiba City. The Inage Station is located two stations from Chiba Station by Sobu Line.

Inage
It was a nice place. Very quiet residential area.

Inage
Too quiet actually. There were quite lots of people near the station, but apart from there I barely saw any activities there. It's not a bad thing though.

Inage
The weather was lovely that day.

Inage
Since I came to Japan, walking has become one of my regular activity. I could just spent my evening walking around the neighborhood, getting fresh air, adventuring, and taking photos.

Inage
It is almost time for Momijigari. Will make sure that I go hunting for Momiji.

Inage

Inage
There are two stations in Inage. One is Inage Station, and the other one is Keisei Inage. Here you see the Keisei Line. I was actually walking from Inage Station to Keisei Inage Station.

Inage
Waiting for the Keisei Line train to pass.

Inage
Lately, I've been reviewing my HTML codes, and gosh.. it was a bit embarrassing to see how ugly my code was (it still is). I did lots of tweaking to improve it. It should be faster now (or just pretend that it's faster, will you ? :D).

I was also thinking whether I should get my own domain or not. If you know any reliable and cheap or free reasonable hosting company, do tell me.

That's all for today. Happy Tuesday !

6 comments:

LEon said...

Very nice shots. I was wondering the way that car park is it consider legal in Japan?

kluxorious said...

I would have walked a lot too if that's the kind of neighborhood I live in. Unfortunately the crime rate in my part of the world is pretty crazy :(

dans said...

@Leon : I have seen lots of car parking the same way in Japan, so I could say that it's legal. I'm not totally sure about that though.

@kluxorious : There is actually an increase of crime rate in Japan but you can still consider it safe compare to the other countries. I don't need to worry about my camera when I carry it outside. :D

MONONOKE KITCHEN said...

awesome pictures!

Michael Flux said...

Wonderful photos as always Ted, and to answer the question/s - yes yes yes, go for your own domain, just looks way more professional that way. ^_^ As for hosting well, honestly most any company will do just fine. As for the one I personally use, I use vstech.net - been with them for quite a while now and everything is most excellent so far - think in the last 3-4 months I experienced all of 5-10 minutes of downtime and even then I was warned that the downtime would occur.

dans said...

@Michael : Thanks ! Blogger is good for starter, but now I want more for my blog. :D vstech looks nice. I will probably use them. Not in the near future though. I still have lots of things to do. ^^

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