It’s been impossible, really, to fully comprehend what’s happening in Japan from my home thousands of miles away. We observed a moment of silence at my son’s science fair this weekend, but still, it’s incomprehensible.
I went to Japan with my family in 1981. Too long ago now to really remember much of it, except snippets immortalized in the great photos my dad took.
More distinct is the memory of when my parents finally acquiesced to pleas from me and my brother for some familiar food. We ended up at McDonalds on the Ginza. The hamburgers cost double what they did in the U.S., and worth every yen.
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