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CONTENTS

1 How to live during the rainy season
2 The Event Calendar Funabashi 2011
3 Safety of Japanese Water and  Foodstuffs Is Ensured
4 Energy Saving
5 Cautions for blackouts
6 Jishin Hoken or Earthquake Insurance
7 My Experience of East-Japan Earthquake and Its Lessons
8 My Experience of East-Japan Earthquake and Its Lessons?
9 Did you pay civil taxes first due in June?
10Japanese Cooking~Sushi-rice with dried tiny sardines~
Back Number
2011
vol.62
2010
vol.61 vol.60 vol.59 vol.58
2009
 vol. 57 vol.56 vol.55 vol.54
2008
vol.53  vol.52  vol.51 vol.50

2007

vol.49 vol.48 vol.47 vol.46

2006

vol.45 vol.44 vol.43 vol.42

2005

vol.41

vol.40

vol.39 vol.38

2004

vol.37

vol.36

vol.35 vol.34

2003

vol.33 vol.32 vol.31 vol.30
2002
vol.29 vol.28 vol.27 vol.26

2001

vol.25

vol.24 vol.23 vol.21

2000

vol.21 vol.20 vol.19

vol.18

 

Energy Saving



Saving energy is a very important issue now and followings are some suggestions.

1) Turn off TV and computer when you do not use them.

2) When you turn off TV or computers, take your plugs out because you still consume 6% of electricity if you turn off by remote controller.

3) When you use air-conditioners, set temperature at 28 degree in summer and at 20 degree in winter. Closing curtains, cleaning filters and using electric fans are more effective to save energy.

4) Do not leave open a refrigerator door for a long time.

Do not put too many things in a refrigerator.

Cool hot items in the air before you put them in your refrigerator.

5) Keep cleaning light bulbs

6) Do not use a rice cooker to keep rice warm. You can use your microwave just before you eat it.

Your small effort will save great energy.

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