Every fourth Saturday I go to Nara Park, to play and walk. Or to walk and play?
Good weather and response of people was also good.
And, on the way home, I did busking as same as every Saturday. This was also so good.
(My playing is not so good, though)
Monthly WSM and weekly busking were quite good.
There were no problem at all but I have no money. XD
I appreciate there are people who listen to my sound, and there are people who give me some reward, and there are places I can play.
I’m not a snaiper, I’m just a walking street musician.
(The things in my left hand are my violin wrapped by furoshiki(Japanese wrapping cloth) and my bow in an inner case of fishing rod)
Once by month, in every 4th Saturday, I go to play at Ukimi-dou in Nara Park. This is also a kind of my performance practice.
(I go to there by walk, about 2 hours, so, I don’t want to take heavy baggage)
I met Machiko-chan (correctly, “Naramachiko”) again. She is very fine today too.
On the way home, I played in front of Nara Station, as usual, of course.
I play at around Ukimi-dou in Nara Park every 4th Saturday.
(Ukimi-dou is the name of the hut)
There is many tourists, including the people from overseas, and very quiet place.
(There is also some waterbirds sometimes)
I’m really enjoying to play there.
Once by month, on 4th Saturday, I go to play at Nara Park. This is also good for my performance practice.
Today, not cold and clear skies. I could have a good practice.
A Chinese couple, I met today, taught me how to say “street musician” in Chinese.
Jiē tóu yīn yuè rén. (街 头 音 乐 人)
“音乐” is music, “音乐人” is musician, “街头” is street.
Every 4th Saturday I go to Ukimi-dou in Nara Park.
Because it was quite LOVELY day today, I met a lot of people. (Including French people and Swiss people)
Ah lovely daaay! <3