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You may be have misunderstanding what it be name of African if you have hearing "Nanashinodenyaku" , but I am respectable Japanese. "Nanashinodensyaku" transcribes it into "名無し野電車区" in Japnese, and is a one kind of code name. I live in Chiba that locates to 22 miles of east of Tokyo, and go to the various places and take pictures because there are Tokyo-Narita International Airport, Keiyo petrochemical complex, and also beautiful nature.
Tokyo-Narita Airport is an international airport which is locate 41 miles away from Tokyo. It functions as the de facto standard international airport of Tokyo and Japan. Ridership of the airport is approximately 35 million in the year, but almost passenger boards the international airline and 60% to 70% foreign travelers in Japan are concentrated at this airport. You can watch airplanes of the around world in Tokyo-Narita Airport, and shops of luxury brand of the world and shopping mall accumulate in the terminal building.
Ghost of Tokyo Narita Airport
(Haunted places of ghosts that travel tour conductor says exits, Episode 26 'At the airport')
That day, I had had International Airport (Tokyo Narita Airport) for pick-up group travel that I have to arrange.
They are regular customer who are discerning and have gotten available our annually, not need a tour conductor, but that airport transfers that ...,, and I became a pick-up of the day.
I was wating in the arrival lobby...,
Many teenage girls were caming out while commotion noisily. From the chatter of the girls, they seemed to have gone to Saipan.They passed through the right beside me, that moment, I felt chills like freezing suddenly, and turned around.
Looked at them, they had been carrying bloody Japanese soldiers of World War Ⅱ on their back one by one !!
"That teenagers... ... were... Ma****ha Island... (((((((( ；ﾟДﾟ)))))))... ..."
I was stunned, and saw bloody Japanese soldiers in the back of the girls, One of the Japanese soldiers turned around .................. and show a smile like very satisfied (((((((( ；ﾟДﾟ)))))))
"Oh my God !... ... ... soldiers wanted to go back to Japan... ... ..."
Bad for them, but it might be good that the Japanese soldiers who died in the distant island in World War Ⅱ was able to return to Japan.
Keiyo Konbinat (Keiyo petrochemical complex)Edit
Keiyo Konbinat (Keiyo petrochemical complex) is the most greatest industrial complex in Japan, and supports industry of Japan at the base. There are many of oil refineries, chemical factories, ironworks, and thermal power plants. 20% of oil used in Japan, 30% of ethylene, and 10% of steel are produced at there, and are generated electricity electric almost none of used in Tokyo metropolitan area. Natural gas is used for the fuel of the thermal power plants and exhausts only water and carbon dioxide, and soot and waste fluid are proccesed in other factories and are considered environment.
Ichihara fishing park
In Keiyo petrochemical complex, we cannot approache the sea easily because the shore is filled in factories. Therefore the artificial barge was built in the quay to possible enjoying fishing. The drainage of the factories is purified so that you can drink, and is ideal for fishing because fish gather around the warm drainage.
This is the distant view of the Keiyo industrial belt where Mt. Fuji was a background. Three chimneys in the right are Anegasaki LNG thermal power plant (3,600,000 kilowatts of output). The Highest chimney in the left of Anegasaki LNG thermal power plant is Idemitsu Chiba oil refinery (220,000 barrels of daily throughput). The chimney applied by red and white in the right is Mitsui Chemicals Chiba factory. Three chimneys in the left are Sumitomo Chemical Chiba factory. 33% of the ethylene consumed in Japan is made at Keiyo industrial belt.
After civilization and enlightenment in Japan in 1854, the Japanese Government was going to push forward westernization desperately to catch up with Western civilization. At first, they acquired Western architectural technologies in order to construct modernize city, and imitated architecture of the British Empire which was a world's greatest large empire in those days. Tokyo Station is built with queen Ann style, and queen Victoria style and is one of the best masterpieces of the Japanese early Western building.