Let's study Japan and Japanese with a veriert of Quizes. Could yuo try them?
This is a very small web directory for DXers. You may search and suggest favorite homepages there.
This is my verifications gallery contains 315 items which were sent from broadcasting stations in 1970s and 80s.
This web site is dedicated the USA county hunters in Japan. Although all the contents are writen in Japanese, they can be translated to English automatically.


This is the multiple and selectable DX-cluster which is managed by Motoo, JA4PXC. You can customize its windows as you like.
This is a bulletin board powered by Katsu JH7OHF. You can find real-time information of JCC's/JCG's activities.

The 10th Anniversary 1993-2003

Please visit Rebekah's homepage. Thank you for visiting my homepage. I'm Mako who is the operator of 7N2UTO. If you enjoy it, I am fortunate from the bottom of my heart.
And it would be great if you could visit a pretty web site of my youngest friend in the United States at http://www.qsl.net/wg4y/.


Name: Makoto Iseki
Handle: "Mako" or "Marco"
Address: 1-11-13 Hakoda, Kumagaya, Saitama, 360-0014 Japan
E-mail: [email protected], [email protected] or [email protected]
I've been having a rage for Little Feat since my school days, HI.


Although alcohol and a knob are self-service, please relax in my radio shack.
There are two spread sheets for "Microsoft's Excel." If you like "USA Counties Awards", "Japan Century City" or "Japan Century Guns", please use my spread sheets foy your hunting. All of them are free.
This page was made in order to let you know Japanese culture and a life of Japanese people more.
Let's write your name using the Japanese alphabet. It's easy!
This is a page which shows my friends who visited my home. We all welcome to my home anytime.
You may search my log by G4ZFE's logsearch Java applet. Thanks Richard for your great software.
This is a small present to you who visited my homepage today. The souvenir is the pleasure after seeing!
If you want exit this home page, please go to this page.



I was born and have been growing up in the city of Kumagaya located about seventy kilo-metres or forty-four miles north of Tokyo.
Kumagaya has 158,624 (01/OCT/2002) people and covering an area of eighty-six square kilo-metres. She is the largest city in northern Saitama prefecture. The city cituated on an alluval fan created by the Arakawa River and is blessed with clear spring water.
Kumagaya is proud of its role as the birthplace of Kumagai Jiro Naozane, a smurai mentioned in the "Heike Monogatari", a well-known tale written in the Kamakura Period (1192-1333). The Heike Monogatari chronicles the struggle between the Heike and Genji clans who fought for control of Japan toward the end of the twentyth century. Naozane lived during this tumultous time, when warrior clans from countryside began wresting power from the noble families of the imperial court in Kyoto. Naozane has a special place in the hearts of the people of Kumagaya and a statue capturing his courageous spirit stands in front of the railway station of Kumagaya.

2/11/2001 -


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