Heat NO.3


I am walking from my room to Maebashi Oshima station in the morning.

It’s not a big distance, but it takes about 30 minutes.

It’s not a place that usually takes 5 minutes by car, so I don’t think about it, but how long does it take?

It’s a matter of course, but it’s not too much to call a taxi, and even if you call a taxi to a place like this and you wonder if you can only drive this, it’s troublesome.

I walked

I didn’t think anything about this distance, but I noticed a slightly different scenery than when I was driving.

I don’t think it’s beautiful, but I was relieved that I could still afford to feel a little difference.

When we arrive at Oshima station, we go up to the 2nd floor with an escalator and buy a ticket to Ueno with a ticket vending machine.

I really wanted to reserve a ticket for the Shinkansen, but I couldn’t do it somehow.

My laziness has gone out.

There aren’t many people when I’m waiting for a train at home because it’s in the countryside, but the people there are a little floating.

I’m wondering where I’m going from now on with a big backpack.

And since I hadn’t touched my backpack since my last trip, I still had a sticker when I came back from Delhi.

Take the train to Takasaki station.

Here, I was transferring to the Shinkansen, going to Ueno Station, and trying to transfer again.

There is no weird fashion show like the last time and I stay still while moving.

Originally I didn’t wear much clothes except for backpacks.

Other than jeans, it is UNIQLO and it is not cool.

I don’t even know why I was looking cool in the window at that time.

It was half a year ago, but I remember it clearly and I wanted to erase it if possible.

On the Shinkansen, I had my favorite red rice ball, sandwich, and afternoon tea with milk tea.

I know that this alone costs nearly 500 yen.

I know I actually pay at the cash register and the price is high.

Even so, I thought I couldn’t stop shopping like this and I felt sorry for myself.

It tasted better than that.

By the time I finished eating, I was in Ueno and walking towards Shinobazu.

I’ve only walked once, but I remembered it somehow.

If you walk out of here, you will see the entrance to Keisei Ueno and I will exchange money again.

Let’s keep it at about 30,000 yen this time.

How about saving money because you travel a lot?

You may think so, but I really have no money.

I live alone and have a car.

Although he is a luxurious person, he cannot afford to be so luxurious because it costs a lot of money.

I didn’t think other people were jealous, but I also felt I was squeezing my neck because I wasn’t comfortable with my life.

If you come back, let’s review your life in various ways.

I thought so for a moment.

After exchanging money, I chose the conventional line instead of the Skyliner.

The reason was that I felt that it would cost more money from now on, and that I was trying to find a way to continue my journey without spending money.

Of course, as I said, you just have to reconsider your everyday life.

With that in mind, it will be a good opportunity to review all of my life.

Also, I was shaken by a long train and went to Narita.

I stay still without doing anything here.

I wish I had brought a book, but I didn’t bring anything.

There is nothing as boring as boring.

I think I should be busy even if I am a little poor.

I can’t be a millionaire.

So far, it’s impossible as long as you think like this.

It’s about time to reach Narita.

While looking at the pleasant scenery, I checked inside my luggage once and got off.

“I still have time”

I walked with a more calm feeling than last time.

to be continued.