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Born at the same place in a countryside in 1949 as I live right now. Grown up in a suburb of Tokyo, where I started ham radio. At first, I learned mechanical engineering at a college where I wanted to do directly with people rather than doing with a milling machine. I have chosen the way to be a doctor. Moved here this countryside when I graduated from the med school and started residency here. Years have passed since then like a kaleidoscope. I have had my practice taken over by another pediatrician in the spring of 2012. I am enjoying house chores at present in addition to a parttime job once a week.

A ham, mostly on CW, since 1963.

An amateur cellist since the med school days.

A pediatrician since 1978.

A semiretiree since the spring in 2012.

FOC#1529   A1OP   CWops#15

My first love in ham radio has been CW. It pleases me a lot when the tempo of CW synchronizes with thinking. I may go on enjoying it until I could not pound the brass. My worry about CW operation in ham radio is that they won't converse with this mode any longer. But CW seems to have become only a tool to make as many contacts as possible. CW is nowadays a kind of game. It has become a meaningless symbol system for games. It is not just an argument between ragchewing and contesting/DXing. It is concerning about the essence of this mode. I am afraid less CW operators have interests in this issue. See you on this mode and discuss about its future.



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Visit this blog and leave a comment there. It will encourage me to go on writing up there.


Interests other than ham radio;

Classical music:

Bach, Beethoven in his latest years, Brahms, especially his chamber musics, Faure, Chauson, Franck, Ropartz and so forth


Gardening and farming


Economy, Politics, Medical and social security system,Brain science, History especially modern history of Japan 

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