minyo

minyo, Japan
  • country Japan
  • Member since Joined 3rd Jun., 2017
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  • icon Japanese, English(but not good)
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  • icon 28th February

About Miyuki...

HELLO!! Nice to meet you.

I'm a 41-years-old single lady. I live in Osaka, Japan. I'm working at a company.

I like a stamp and a letter and decorating by a masking tape and a sticker.
I also like travel very much! It's only domestic travel recently, but I also like overseas travel very much. I generally travel alone.

My favorite one
* map (your country / region)
* beautiful landscape
* beach, the sea, forest, cave, canyon and mountains
* building
* castles or old houses
* post box
* world Heritage
* smile
* things that feel the season
* specific to your country
* retro things
* traditional things
* classical things
* art (Alfonse Mucha, Raymond Jean Peynet, Pommes et oranges, Claude Monet, …)
* dance (Especially jazz dance, ballet)
* music
* jewelry
* flower
* nature
* lucky or happy item
* black and white photography
* love (heart, couple, ...)
* shaped card
* natural phenomenon like moon, sunrise, sundown, waterfalls, lightnings and so on

etc...

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I have three requests for you.

①Please give me one message in your native language. (with English translation)

②I have two questions to you.
"What do you feel happy?"
"What are you living for?(What is made worth living?)"
Please tell me.

③Please write the date on the postcard, so I can see, how long it was travelling.
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I'm not good at English. However, I understand the message from you very much.

PLEASE, NO handmade postcard and
NO cards with dead animals/hunting scenes or -trophies and no political/military/war related cards.

If you send in an envelope, I'd be happy to receive stamps and tickets and so on... in your country.

When I receive your postcard, I feel like traveling. Thank you.

I'm looking forward to get beautiful postcards from all over the world.

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