北港っていっても USJに行く道と分かれてて まっ その界隈ですから結構にぎやかですし、散歩やドライブにはもってこいです。
This year’s first drive is also near Osaka Hokko Maishima… Around Maishima, which has been busy recently.
This year’s first drive near Osaka North Port.
I like the area near Osaka North Port… It’s easy to get around, it’s like going on a high speed, and he’ll only take about 15 minutes. When I was young, I didn’t have much money, and at that time, the highway was expensive, and I thought it was a highway, but it’s relatively safe, and if you worry about accidents, isn’t the highway the safest? There are no bicycles or pedestrians, the road is wide, and he has nothing to bump into… If you feel safe and secure, and you can see the ocean closest to you at high speed, this is the North Harbor!
Do you feel more like North Port than South Port?
Even though it’s called Hokko, the road leading to USJ is separated from the area, so it’s quite lively, and it’s perfect for a walk or drive. In Nanko, unexpectedly, the residential area has opened up, and it’s already full of apartments, or rather, it’s become a town, and it’s too drab, but if you go by the sea, it’s not so bad, but it’s quite spacious, so you’re at a loss to choose a place. In that regard, is Hokko in Maishima or is he in Yacht Harbor? Also, the parking lot is free for up to 30 minutes. And I’m pretty hungry.
What will happen to Japan, an exclusively defense-oriented nation under the Japan-US Security Treaty?
But what will happen this year 1? I’m a little worried about the North Korean problem… On TV, in a discussion with high-ranking officials, it was said that if Japan were to be hit by about 300 rounds in the north, there would be no way to deal with it. It seems that Japan seems to be somehow holding on to the deterrence, but even so, it feels like Japan would be at a loss if it were to be attacked first, but even if it buys something like a weapon from Trump this time. It seems that it is still not enough.
What will happen to North Korea this year?
Once upon a time, Japan started World War II because Japan, which had been fighting against the persecution of people of color, was finally driven to the corner and stopped supplying oil from the United States and other countries with which it had been close until then. It seems that it was a life-or-death declaration of war, but the North Korean economic sanctions this time are the same. China says that it is more dangerous to stop oil supply, and they oppose stopping oil supply, and the United Nations is not aligned. That’s it. Of course! President Trump also doesn’t want to be called the president who started the war, so it seems there will be no war.
What about government amendments to the constitution?
It seems that Japan wants to use this as an opportunity to change the constitution, but it seems that it will not be easy to move forward because the opposition parties think that there is no need to change the constitution anymore because it can be changed depending on how the constitution is interpreted. ・. He seems to think that the constitution has no meaning unless the concept is changed, and he wants to clean up that. Of course. So this year is like a year to ask North Korea not to sing to Japan. No, but…