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The Hon. Dr. Hideyasu M. R. "Hide" Sasaki is a computer scientist working in Gov't of Japan for Big Data Initiative and Catholic lawyer admitted to practice in New York, the United States.

Wednesday, June 27, 2012


I'm just back from Chesky Krumlov, a Bohemian medieval town of the UNESCO World Heritage. I was worried that it might be a just toy-like small town and a childlike village festival. No! The people in Krumlov devoted great energy to organizing the sight in thoughtful ways. Medieval music, fire parades (not just a parade!) in days and nights, fireworks with Smetana's music, medieval dance and its lessons (I joined it), human chess in a history play, hard rock in the medieval costume with the medieval instruments (this was great and very cool!); those kinds of stuffs fascinated me so much.
The nice mountainous scenery of the town is really adorable. You may enjoy a morning walk on the river that makes splash in which local people enjoy canoeing. I really wanted to do that, but I didn't bring swimming pants with me this time (Hey! Why not post it on this nice river online?).
I enjoyed a medieval comedy in Chesky that was played by actors come from Prague. Everything was fantastic. Eckebergg beer and trout are a good choice. Fried eel fish tasts delicate. The castle was great. Its theater is really a must see in the world. I have got some good ideas that would be implemented for optimization from the tour at the site. I will update my manuscript with it.

I joined a mass in St. Vit Cathedral that is located in the town center on Sunday. It was a very lovely place to serve at a mass. Father speaks in Latin and Chesky; the former part is not difficult to follow by me. Kids play grounds are also nice. This is the place to visit at least once in you life. Actually, I prefer Krumlov to Venice.

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