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The people who worried about me have a report.
An email arrived from the family of the wife yesterday.
All families lived.
I cannot yet know others.
It was long one week.
More than 10,000 people, there is the person who does not understand safety.
In the refuge place, it snows.
I pray for many people being saved as soon as possible.
I thank all of you!
The one in the world championship of Ultimate&Gutsy went out when the photograph was arranged. There was an opinion said that it would make the largest Disc in the world.
"Three monkeys" that had been published before made the sculpture that existed in "Nikkou" of World Heritage a radical. Then, I thought about the variation next.
This MiniDisc designed it for the association where I belonged to. Positive this feels as having been a beginning.
Added by Kazuhiko Gomibuchi on December 26, 2008 at 3:54pm — No Comments
This mini is a thing of the Japan team at the time of the ultimate & gut world championship of WFDF sponsorship performed in Japan. I trade with everybody, and only two pieces are left at hand.
This Mini makes Design of Disc5 a radical. Because it is black Disc, it is printed beautifully.
Added by Kazuhiko Gomibuchi on December 5, 2008 at 10:26pm — No Comments
The original picture of this Disc is a sculpture. ｢It doesn't hear it. It doesn't see. It doesn't say. ｣
The design of this Disc arranged "Bark dragon:Nakiryuu" of "Nikkou" famous for World Heritage. This picture is drawn in the ceiling.
In Tochigi Prefecture, there is famous "Nikkou" as World Heritage. I designed based on a famous sculpture there for our tournament.
Added by Kazuhiko Gomibuchi on November 8, 2008 at 12:25am — No Comments
What is it that was demanded from the design of Disc?
Added by Kazuhiko Gomibuchi on November 1, 2008 at 6:15am — No Comments
Up to now, I have taken charge of the design of the disc of some tournaments. This work is a serious undertaking though it comes very satisfactorily. I
Added by Kazuhiko Gomibuchi on October 20, 2008 at 2:23am — No Comments