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[Spoilers] Haikyuu Ch. 215 New Faces

Spoilers ahead but this chapter was just so refreshing. Our socially constipated crow setter is back in full glory, making some giant friends. 

Featuring:

Friendly Broccolli 

Brow Boy

Part Time Germaphobe, Full Time Ushiwaka Fanboy

The Tendou-Hinata Love Child

And 

‘Anyone Who Calls Kageyama “Tobio” is Guaranteed To Be A Recipe For (Glorious) Disaster’

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I got it in my head that I wanted to take the entire length of the Koumi line, so I set out early from Matsumoto, then caught the two-car train from Kobuchizawa. I expected an hour layover in Komoro before heading back, so last night I skimmed online for something interesting in that town. And boy, did I find it! Beside the train station is the park where a homeless Zen monk named Yokoyama Sodo practiced zazen and played a “flute” made from a folded leaf. The park was aglow with the ruby and gold of autumn, so not a bad place to pass an hour. All the better that beside the spot where Yokoyama-san meditated was a small building with photos and a thick book of his songs.

Japón, 2012. Komoro, prefectura de Nagano. Se culmina el doble nido en el centro Ando Momofuku que promete ser la sensación esta primavera.

Para despertar el interés en el pueblo por las aves, se han sacado de la manga un nido doble humanos/pájaros para que se rompan las barreras y nos amiguemos unos con otros. 78 pequeños nidos para los seres alados y tras el tabique, los humanos a traves de sendas 78 mirillas podrán seguir la vida de lo que ahí anide.

Niños berrando a un lado del tabique y al otro familias de cucos y golondrinas durmiendo la siesta.

En Japón, es posible.