Those grates aren't an issue.... in the years I have raced there nobody has gone down while riding over them, even in last years appalling conditions the crashes that occurred where due to rider error out on the back side of the loop.I didn't like the looks of the metal grates in the 90 degree turns, especially the one before the last ~2 km, where everybody will be trying to get into position for the sprint. Not much fun when it starts to drizzle.
...when we proved that you can fit 4 adults, a tent, 2 full size road bikes, a sleeping bag, a back pack plus bicycle pumps, bike stands, helmets, shoes, etc, inside one Toyota Prius without roof rack. You had a few uncomfortable weeks after that....and bring my mangled self back to Tokyo.
so thanks for telling
yes, 30%but while the personal share of medical costs under the national health insurance is normally a percentage
I was told it's capped at 40000/month for a single procedure/treatment course if you're "low" income, 80000/month if you're "normal" and 150000 if you're "high". What is low, normal or high? Good question. You can claim related expenses as well (e.g. xrays and doctor visits before deciding on surgery) if they total 21000 or more within a calendar month. That said, you need to pay whatever the hospital asks (30%), keep the paperwork and make a claim to the insurance to get anything back.t's supposed to be capped at 60,000 yen per quarter