Journal of a guy who loves Excel

Not only about Excel, but also daily stuff to kill my boredom.

The Phantom of the Opera

The other day, I went to the Osaka Shiki theater which is located in the HERBIS PLAZA ENT building to view a musical The Phantom of the Opera with my wife. I'd just like to start off by telling you that the famous catchphrase "It seems that The Phantom of the Opera by the Shiki Theatre Company is great." is not true. I felt that it's just awesome!
Fortunately for us, because we were seated in the second row center, we could hear players' breathing and all the line without miss a line.

Its sorrowful story and wonderful dramatic interpretation moved us to tears. After the performance, they were given our endless standing ovation. If chance should serve, I'd like to go again.




Since Andrew, who is one of my best friend, has been home on a visit with his family, we decided to meet when it is convenient for both of us. Accede to a request from his son, we visited Iga Ninja Mura in Mie pref. It took about 3 to 4 hours by train from Kobe, but we didn't feel bored because we had a great time to talk about recent event, Excel and Ninja! We made a round of visits at there in Ninja clothes.


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Masaru aka Colo- one of an ex-Microsoft MVP for Excel


I'm Masaru from Kobe, Japan. I'm a computer system administrator for an equipment manufacturer. My line is operation AS400 server and Windows2008 server. I sometimes write VBA code for the company.

From 2004 to 2009, I had been nominated as a Microsoft Excel MVP, but now days, I have no opportunities using with excel in my daily life, so I decided to quit being an MVP. But I still love to use Excel.

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