It was raining heavily in the morning so I brought a big umbrella, but it stopped raining and became fine in the afternoon.
Do you know the board game Othello? The black and white stone turning over game on the green board. It was invented by a Japanese whose name is Hasegawa Goro (長谷川五郎) after the World War II and started selling on April 29, 1973.
A minute to learn, and a lifetime to master is its catch phrase.
I have not known the reason of the name and the inventor until today to hear the news about his death on June 20 at the age of 83.