Sorry, no Riddick killing spree in Shibuya. Just another moan about hating dark Tokyo evenings, and bright mornings with early rising Borg.
of changing time twice a year for daylight savings, how about moving the clocks
forward one hour permanently. Who needs daylight at 4 am in the summer? Ever? Especially in a country where people want to get up before sunrise;
I've been to bed later. Not to mention noise from six. Truth is they
like early dark: boss lets them leave. I
have never been a morning person, avoided marrying a morning person
(for Japanese), my eldest is not a morning person, and the jury's still
out on the youngest: morning people have a basic character flaw, and I
will be ecstatic to be rid of an archipelago of them!
- spring equinox, 5:44-17:54
- summer solstice, 4:26-19:00
- autumn equinox, 5:28-17:40
- winter solstice, 6:46-16:30
- spring equinox, 7:19-19:31
- summer solstice, 5:36-21:03
- autumn equinox, 7:04-19:16
- winter solstice, 7:47-16:43
short: Toronto's winter evenings are a bit longer, summer's are two
hours longer, and the equinoxes are longer than Tokyo's summer evenings, FFS! It's not too bright to sleep in the morning, nor noisy until
eight weekdays, ten weekends, because civilized. 'Disturbing the peace' laws!