Last Sunday, Nagoya experienced the biggest snowfall in 27 years. How big, you ask? A whopping nine centimeters. Being from Wisconsin, nine centimeters is a laughable amount.
In just 36 hours, the snow was gone. I left early for school on Monday and snapped some photos on my way. Here’s some, but remember there’s always more over in my Picasa albums.
In two weeks we will be exploring Sapporo which will be much more like what I’m accustomed to for winter, so I can put up with that for a few days to cross off another of my “Places I must go in Japan” list.