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Helsinki

Sayonara Stockholm.


Konnichiwa Helsinki.

I arrived Helsinki at 3:30 pm.

It’s still bright so I could visit few places in Helsinki.

Temppeliaukio Church (Rock Church)

When I was approaching to this church, I just saw rocks.

I was wondering what made this place so famous to attract many visitors because I didn’t see any significance on it.

But I was wrong, very wrong.

The church is amazingly beautiful and songs…are there angels singing…?

I think they are students and they were practicing singing.

The church is also a popular place for concerts due to its excellent acoustics.

The place made me calm.

If I had time, I would just sit there to enjoy the moment.




Market Square

Finland is famous for production of blueberries.

I tried these local blueberries and they are nice.


City Hall

Helsinki Cathedral and Senate Square



Tonight’s Dinner @ Crown Plaza
I enjoyed a pork dish with a glass of red wine♪


I will depart for Tokyo tomorrow.

I enjoyed staying in Scandinavian countries: Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland.

I enjoyed being surrounded by dynamic nature: trees, mountains, ocean, waterfalls, etc., and learning local history and culture.

Food is simple, but fresh and natural.

Farming is one of major industries for Scandinavian countries; therefore, we can enjoy fresh milk, yogurt, cheese, bread, butter, chocolate, ice cream, etc.

I wish to return here one day and I strongly recommend you to visit if you haven’t.

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