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Dear All,

Konnichiwa!

I found the video by chance several days ago.
Scott-san wants to share this video anywhere.

I cannot believe the video was created by a tourist (Scott Gold-san). The reasons were commented by a few people there. Please enjoy the video on a big screen.
Very nice music, too.

Hopefully, some of you are going to visit Japan.

Kind regards from the Far East
 
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Dear Tanukimo-san,

Konnichiwa!

"Tanukimo" means aquatic Utricularia (or Utricularia australis) in Japanese.
So I have guessed you were able to use Japanese language.
Did you visit any cp habitat?

Kind regards from the Far East
 
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Lechenaultiaさん、

こんにちは! I wasn’t able to visit any, because I was too busy sightseeing and i didn’t know about any habitats except for the Aldrovanda pond in Hanyu City. I Didn’t have a chance to visit that because I only spent a few hours in Tokyo before my flight back.

Do you have any places you would recommend if I go next time?
 
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Dear Tanukimo-san,

Konnichiwa!

If you stay in Tokyo, you can make a day trip to see the Aldrovanda pond. It is approximately 30 minutes by car from the Aldrovanda pond to my house.
It is a 2 day trip to see the Pinguicula ramosa habitat. If you are a good walker, it is possible to visit this in one day.
In fact, after the ICPS conference in 2002, the official excursion was to see Pinguicula ramosa. The next day, as a post excursion, some delegates visited the Aldrovanda pond, after that they rested in my greenhouse.

Kind regards from the Far East
 
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Dear Tanukimo-san,

Konnichiwa!

I will post some photos of a few cp sites in Japan. Unfortunately the majority of the photos were taken with my film camera. I should convert them into digital images somewhere.
Please wait for a while.

Kind regards from the Far East
 
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