こういうのもアメリカだと店で食べられない。以前「居酒屋 舞」の伊東さんは製麺工場の山下さんに生そばを特注していましたが... 蕎麦はアレルギー持ちが多いし加州ではあまり人気ないから、もう無いと思う。
The 3rd reunion of your family was at the soba restaurant, wasn’t it ?
It appears to be a long standing soba restaurant, I imagine.
Anyway, you must have enjoyed a great time with your family and I wish you and all the family a healthy life from now on.
BTW, the followings are FYI ;
I met across a medical research on the web.
“Behaviors, movements, and transmission of droplet-mediated respiratory diseases during transcontinental airline flights”
Vicki Stover Hertzberg, Howard Weiss, Lisa Elon, Wenpei Si, Sharon L. Norris and The FlyHealthy Research Team
PNAS March 19, 2018. 201711611; published ahead of print March 19, 2018.
If you are anxious about catching a disgusting infection when you fly, a new research suggests your danger decreases accurately how close you are to the infected passenger.
The authors say, if you have a seat in a row in front, a row in back, a couple of seats to the side, and your risk of catching sick goes up.
"Passengers should not, however, worry about getting sick from somebody coughing five rows behind," said lead researcher fortunately.
In addition, they advises keeping hydrated, since dry nasal passages are ready for infection.
Another specialist recommends carrying a face mask with you all the time.
"I like to take a mask with me, and if my neighbor is coughing, I try to wear the mask," he said.
Have a safe flight !
Best Denki sensei,Delete
Actually, my sister also came back several days during my stay in my parents’ home. Therefore, most of my staying period in Japan was continuous family reunion except a night I spent in Kamata. And this noodle shop must be historical indeed. We are not Narasino origin but city of Futtsu where has a serious problem of losing their population. But telling you the truth, we will not go back to that city of the middle of nowhere, for sure.
Thank you for the information of the risk of the infection during the airborne. I think I have read the similar article on Business Insider… yes, I found it.
It was as of March 21st. The title and URL are shown below.
[Airplane passengers have an 80% chance of getting sick on a flight if they sit in the wrong spot, scientists have found]
Basically, I am not much afraid of diseases infecting in the airplane. For example, TB is quite easy to be infected but simultaneously easy to be cured by tetracycline, plus PAS and isoniazid (I won’t tell you the details but I did know this very well…), or flu can be cured by Tamiflu® (oseltamivir) or the one you kindly prescribed me when I visited Okayama last time. The ones I am scared of are, for example, Ebola virus or something similar; high chance of lethal and painful symptoms.
Otherwise, I’m almost done, except captured by terrorists and shown on Al Jazeera with wearing orange shirt, shortly chopped off my neck… but it won’t hurt as severe as the infection of Ebola, I suppose…
Oh, BTW, United (before merger) was proud of acquiring HEPA filters on their aircraft! I have no crew at all how it's effective for preventing the infection... guess just "better than nothing"?? (LOL)