Thursday, May 18, 2006

Lucky Polio Vaccine :)

Yet another update from the exciting adventures of Hamamatsu Now!!! This time you're taken on an annual trip performed religiously by Hamamatsu babies in their fight to prevent Polio... Venue? In a very big brown hall where babies commune yearly known as the Hamamatsu Sogo Center...


lovely assistant of Izz Farish...

Hamamatsu Sogo Center... everything seems so Doraemon like here...

The trip that this particular Hamamatsu bred Malaysian baby made is approximately 15 minutes by car. This baby has to arrive there within a 2 hour time window starting from 1.30pm. Within this small time frame, about 150 babies will be medically examed by the best pediatricians Hamamatsu has to offer and if given the go will be administered with the Polio vaccine...


digital thermometer...

digital thermometer in action...

In the hall of babies, Izz Farish's handsome and so intelligent assistant (saya lah tu) fills in the appropriate forms while Izz Farish's other beautiful assistant (Puan Fara la tu) takes his body temperature... During that time I had no idea where Faiq, Izz Farish's business partner went. Maybe he had some multi million yen deals to shake on... Then with all other big boss babies assistances (mak2 jepun lain), Izz's assistant lined up to submit the forms to the medical officer incharge for evaluation...


the form...

the line...

and the medical personnal...

Upon evaluation, a lucky number is given to the babies. Izz got the best number, 37 which in the belief of Hamamatsu cats brings good luck and good fortune. It sure did bring good luck because after, Izz Farish had to be examined by a pediatrician. His lucky number 37 brought him to meet his favourite doctor, Doctor Nagao, a very talented pediatrician that is very familiar with Izz... Out of 3 doctors randomly waiting, Izz got a doctor who knows him by heart, how lucky is that... Anyway, Alhamduilllah, senang sikit nak communicate... dapat doktor tak kenal penat laaa... As usual, Dr. Nagao did give extra advice to bring Izz for rubella and other shots at his practice in 4 weeks time... Yes Dr. Sir, we will see you soon as you are a good doctor :)


thats our Dr. Nagao doing voluntary work...

jom pulang...

Offcourse Izz was given the green light by Dr.Nagao to get hid share of Polio Vaccine... He received his vaccine orally, yep no shots... You wouldnt want a Hamamatsu hall of crying babies now would you... After all is done, Izz Farish's schauffer drove him home... He slept and all is back to normal in Hamamatsu, Alhamdulillah... :)

-Musim hujan dah datang la ni-

15 comments:

KAMATO said...

itulah namanya rezeki, semuanya dipermudahkan oleh Nya. bangi 3 jln berapa ye? saya pun bbb jugak.

Izhal said...

kamato,
oh ya ka? orang sekampung rupanya... dulu Jalan 1/3D, la ni Jalan 3/6M... Kamato di mana?

Kak Lady said...

hehehe...seriusnya muka Izz Farish...cam takut je...

Kat shah alam pun sekarang asyik ujan je...lebat pulak tu..so bukan kat hamamatsu saja yang hujan ye... :)

alynn said...

hahaha truly enjoyed reading this particular blog entry!! i laughed all the way from start to end. hehe. creatively written :D
glad things went well :)
also raining here la. four days in a row already. sooo boring.

FaEzHussain said...

hebat sekali programme vacination di Japan. bagus gitu.
nanti MMR pasti akan terdengar jeritan kanak-kanak di klinik tu.

Raiedzall said...

terperasan tanda anak panah atas jalan dalam gambar last tu. Tu dia.. punya panjang & melengkung... sepesel tu, tak de kat tempat lain.. he.. he..

best entry kali ni, menghiburkan..

hanis said...

I was expecting to him cry in some parts of your story.. Didn't cross my mind that the vaccine would be taken orally... :D:D Hahahaha!!

azli jamil said...

All this talk about doctors jogged my memory.
How is your brother in law? Fully recovered?

easylady said...

Kat jepang ada tak child health clinic macam kat mesia,where immunization given free to children up to age 2? What about Diphteria/pertussis/tetanus (DPT)vac? Ke semua kena bayar..tak de free?

Syikin said...

yee...izz tak nangis!!superboy..

oh ya, di area rmh saya hari ni, Khamis lbh krg jam 9.45 pg hujan turun selebat2nya, sebelum tu cuaca begitu mendung seolah2 hampir masuk maghrib.ni baru saja stop hujan dan awan mula cerah..

Ajzie said...

Haziq early June baru ambil last vaccine. Booster for polio/rubella. Before nih dah kena gak, than nangis tak hengat punya...Bukan Nangis sebab sakit tapi nangis sebab takut. Adooii sabar aje lah.. Doctor baru aje cakap2 n pegang2 tangan Haziq. Adooooi Haziq dah start tukar muka...


SAlam
Ajzie

Mama Sarah said...

banyak sungguh aktiviti di hamamatsu. macam2 peristiwa berlaku! menarik sungguh.

Izhal said...

kak lady,
tu la pasal, kali ni tegak semacam je...

alynn,
4 days in a row... same here... Hujan Rahmat tu... never thought to see u here ;) thanks for dropping by...

faezhussain,
woooo... seram... keisan depa... tapi nak buat macamana ye... kalau buat vaccine chip ok kot, letak atas kulit dan bagi vaccine meresap tanpa sakit...

raiedzall,
baru saya perasan tanda tu... agaknya depa nak bagi konar betul2 kereta tu... maklumlah, jepun ni ikut sangat arahan... thanks...

hanis,
heheh... but this kid even when faced with the needle doesnt cry... tak percaya, tanya Dr. Nagao... :)

Azli Jamil,
thanks for asking... he's getting better and will working next week... one of his ear isnt hearing as it used to... he will be given kerja2 ringan sahaja at the office :)

Syikin,
syoknyalah hujan... saya memang suka hujan la Puan...


Easylady,
Hello... ada DPT sampai 3 booster semua free and JE vaccine pon free... rubella semua free... BCG pon free... BCG dia lain, pakai suntikan yang ada 18 needles... sekali kena berbekas, tapi bila dah besar hilang... hepatitis B je dalam RM300 per pop...

Ajzie,
tu tandanya memory dia hebat...

mama_sarah,
ada la sedikit sebanyak... thank you :)

Izhal said...

Thanks for reading Hamamatsu-Now!!!
-izhal-

KAMATO said...

saya bangi 5, jln 5A/3