Is the coronavirus pandemic over?

Has the coronavirus pandemic ended? Recently, I have been seeing many foreign tourists when I walk around town. Some of them are not wearing masks. The reason why I tell you this is because all Japanese people still wear masks. The government recommends that they can take off their masks only when they go out and take a walk, but no one wants to take off their masks. Even though they don’t take their masks off when they are outside, they are often seen wearing them indoors, such as in a coffee shop. (Laughs) It seems to me that this is a contradiction in terms.

It is said by some people around the world that Japan has a unique silent pressure to conform, and we may think so ourselves, but this situation of not taking off the mask may be the same. When someone starts to take off his or her mask, everyone will take it off at the same time. (Laughter) However, even if I am the only one walking around with my mask off, I am only looked at with disdain, and no one tries to take it off. (Laughter) I guess someone more famous must take off his mask.

A Japanese newspaper reporter told Windows founder Bill Gates, “Japan has peer pressure, so we can’t take off our masks like other countries. What do you think about that?” He asked the question, “What do you think about that? Bill Gates responded to the question, “No, it’s the same thing in Japan, where there may be tonal pressure to wear masks, but in the U.S. and Europe there is tonal pressure not to.” He answered. That’s a world-class manager! He sees things differently. I was impressed and wished I had such a broad perspective. (Laughs)

The other day, I sang in the park for the first time in a while. The park office told me to wear a mask or face shield when I sang, and I didn’t like it, so I didn’t sing. I was the only one who honestly listened to what the office said, and I am thinking of taking off my mask the next time I sing in the park. I’m thinking of taking off my mask the next time I sing in the park, but I’m also scared of what would happen if someone throws a rock at me. My mind is wavering. (I am a typical Japanese who succumbs to peer pressure. (Laughter)

Gaikokujin. Would you like to come and listen to my song on the plane?

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Shibuya Scramble Crossing

Hello everyone in the world! Today’s Japan is Sunday. It feels good to see the sun shining through the windows of the house. However, winter is approaching and the wind is getting colder.

According to yesterday’s news, a new mutant of coronavirus was found in South Africa, which is called Omicron. Will Omicron spread all over the world? Looking at the news, it seems that the coronavirus is spreading again in Europe, but in Japan, the number of corona patients is strangely decreasing, and all the Japanese media are wondering.

There are various speculations that the cause is that all the Japanese people have been vaccinated all at once, or that all the Japanese are wearing masks, but no one really knows. When I watch American and European news on TV, no one wears a mask outside, but in Japan, almost everyone wears a mask and goes out. I don’t know why this difference is made, but Japanese people like masks. (smile)

Whenever I go out, I always wear a mask when I go out, but I wonder if it makes sense to wear a mask outside, but wearing a mask is not that annoying, and it’s better to wear it than not. Some people lightly think that they are less likely to get the coronavirus.

It is often said that there is social sympathetic pressure in Japan, but I think there is probably such a tendency. I sometimes see foreigners remaining in Tokyo in the city, but they also wear masks as well as Japanese people. Perhaps they didn’t wear masks like in the US and Europe at first, but they noticed that they were seen with contempt by the Japanese around them, and I think they were reluctant to adapt to Japanese customs. increase.

Due to the coronavirus, there are almost no foreign tourists in Japan. The other day, I went to the city of Shibuya for the first time in a long time, but I hardly saw any foreigners at the scrambled intersection in front of the station. Previously, foreigners often took commemorative photos at this scrambled intersection in Shibuya, but now only Japanese people come and go. However, as the corona infection has subsided, too many people have come and gone.

Will many foreign tourists take a commemorative photo at this scrambled intersection in Shibuya? I hope that those safe and peaceful days will return. At that time, go across while listening to my original Japanese song on your smartphone.

It feels like the Beatles are crossing Abbey Road. (smile)

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Instead of watching the Tokyo Olympics on TV, let’s listen to some YUKIO music!

Hello! It’s been a while since I’ve headed to this blog. Japan is on a major holiday right now, but thanks to the coronavirus, the government is calling for people to refrain from going out, and I’ve been sitting at home mastering my own music all day.

Vaccinations are going on in many countries around the world, but Japan is still in the process of getting vaccinated.
So it seems that there is no way that Tokyo can host the Olympics, but the government is bullish and is determined to hold the games in July. What good will come from holding the Olympics? It’s just a waste of money.

If you have that kind of money, people! Why don’t you buy some of my original music? If you have the money to go to the Olympics, why don’t you listen to some of the best original songs in Japanese? You’ll get bored listening to English songs all the time! I also have a music streaming service, so you can buy from there.

Watching the Olympics on TV is not going to enrich your life. Why don’t you think you’ve been tricked and give my music a try? I’ll be waiting for you!

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Coronavirus is spreading

The coronavirus is now widespread around the world, but it is finally starting to spread in Tokyo, Japan. Tomorrow, the Japanese Prime Minister will declare an emergency. Thanks to this virus, various events including the Tokyo Olympics have been canceled. Not only large-scale events but also all live shows singing in small bars in cities like me.
What happens to those who made money at the event? Will the government guarantee it? But guaranteeing them all means the government itself will run out of money. What will happen in the world? Let’s listen to my original song in such a difficult time! There is no bright future, but at least you can enjoy just your feelings.
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