Mar 11, 2013

On That Day, At That Moment, I Was...

On that day, I was playing golf with my parents and my wife. At that moment, we had just finished the 18th hole and were walking to the club house.

And then I saw the road paved with asphalt literally waving. I will write again, THE ROAD WITH ASPHALT WAS LITERALLY WAVING.

Everybody around me can tell what they was doing and what happened around them, on that day, at that moment.

I will never forget it.


  1. I won't either. I was on the fourth floor of a very old building in Tsukiji. What I remember the most is not the violent rocking, but the noise - the awful noise of windows shattering, walls buckling and filing cabinets crashing down.

    I can't begin to imagine the memories of the people in Miyagi ...

    1. I heard every American people, who lived at that age, could remember what they was doing when they got to know the death of JFK. In a similar way, every every Japanese people, who lived at that age, can remember how they got to know about the surrender of WWII. I guess that it is the same with 911.