I have moved two times this week: Firstly I moved from my apartment in Midorino, to another apartment in Nagareyama Central Park — another station in the Tsukuba Express line.
Nagareyama Central Park is a “kakueki-only” station, meaning that only the slowest trains in the TX line stop here. Accordingly, there is not much in terms of buildings or commerce – the station is as bare as they go. That said, we are whithin walking distance from both Nagareyama Ootaka no Mori and Minami Nagareyama, two largish stations with plenty of stuff to do.
In front of my building there is a hospital being built. I decided to take a picture of the building process every morning. When the Hospital is done, I will put those pictures together in a timelapse – something I always wanted to do in my previous building. Construction in Japan is impressive in how much they can get done in such a short amount of time.
Talking about construction, I have recently spent a lot of time playing Prison Architect, a building/administration game that is still in alpha stage, but has a lot of emergent interaction goodiness going on it. Another game on the same vein that has been keeping me up awake late at night is Rim World, this one set up in a space/firefly environment.
Finally, you may notice that the site is a bit different (hopefully this means that you used to visit this site in the past! XD). I have moved hosts, and decided to take the chance and shake up my ancient wordpress installation a little bit. Look forward seeing more changes (and a lot of broken links) in the short future.
And that is it for today!