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Revival of amateur radio operations began.
It is the first time in 40 years.

I am operating on a simple antenna and low power HF transceiver.
Everyone, thank you.
 
ABOUT QSL CARD:
How to send QSL cards, I prefer to direct.
Of course, the bureau is also OK.
 
My QSL card's Photo:Takao-san Yakuo-In in Hachioji-Shi,Tokyo.

The Buddhist temple on Mount Takao is formally known as Takao-san Yakuo-in Yuki-ji,and most commonly as Yakuo-in.It was established in 744 on the orders of Emperor Shomu as a base for Buddhism in eastern Japan and its founder was Gyoki, a charismatic priest closely associated with the erectionof the Great Buddha at Todai-ji Temple in Nara.

 
I am chasing DXCC Awards,so your QSL card is very important to help me get my DXCC AWARD.
 

 

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