Seasonal pollen in Japan
Alder, cedar and cypress are the top three on the chart, and I suspect that it's the cedar pollen that's been wreaking havoc on my nose. I haven't heard much about alder pollen. The second from the bottom is ragweed.
Sugi, or Japanese cedar, can be found almost everywhere in Japan. The only place I can escape to is Okinawa.
Some info about pollen allergies here (in Japanese).
Kato Rosa is such a babe. It just occurred to me that if I were to marry someone who is half Japanese, our children would be half Japanese. It doesn't seem to make sense for some reason, but if you mix fruit punch with fruit punch, you end up with fruit punch, don't you?