Want to watch Japanese TV?

Did you know that you can watch short clips of whatever NHK is showing, each day, here in Japan? Here is the link to one such program, about Mt Fuji, that was broadcast tonight.

It was beautiful, using the latest camera technology. I really liked the segment that showed how the stars move in the night sky, while Fuji-san stays immovable (well, since it is a volcano, I do hope it will stay that way!) and very dignified.

(Photo from this website, that has a number of beautiful NHK QSL cards - "QSL" is a code, which means "I confirm contact with you" - this is the confirmation of a QSO or radio contact between two radio amateurs. Read more about QSL and QSO here!)


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