Opening of Machida A1 Museum

Today, my 50th birthday.
Since several months ago, I've been planning to open small private museum in my home on this memorial day.
Neither vintage bugkeys nor special paddles.
Just a kind of ordinary keys and paddles that I've been collected during my CW life of 35 years up to now.
I'd like to provide a meeting place to guys & gals who are interested in the CW and wondering what key or paddle is suitable for themselves.
To all CW lovers, If you come across to Tokyo, please stop by and visit my museum.
Please note I'm still full time worker, so this private museum is available only weekends with prior notice. Hi

Let's have eyeball meeting and talk about CW!


ocr said...

Happy birthday and congratulations on the opening of the museum. How nice! I will visit to see nice CW folks.

くろべえ said...

Happy birthday and CONG on opening A1 Museum.
My 50th birthday is in this year too.

Atsu JE1TRV said...

ocr san, くろべえsan
thank you for your words.
You are always welcome.
If you have spare time in weekends, please visit my home.
73 Atsu

John K3TN said...

Happy birthday, Atsu! I turned 54 earlier this year, and still remember how old that seemed when the other person in the QSO would say "Age hr is 54"...

I enjoyed my early preview of the key museum and have now added a Begali Mono Sculpture to my own collection - see http://security.typepad.com. However, I have a very long way to go to catch up to you!

73, John K3TN

Atsu JE1TRV said...

Hi John
Yes you were the very 1st visitor of my museum, Hi
Sculpture Mono looks great for QRQ operation!
Hope to catch your signal with new paddle soon!

73+88 to Carole

aaduadok said...

Happy birthday Atsu-san!
All I have is a single Begali Sculpture paddle since last xmas. Very fine instrument. Would be an honor to visit your beautiful country and your key collection.
CU, 73 de ES1TU

Atsu JE1TRV said...

Please contact me when you come to Tokyo!
Begali is excellent and lovely !


Casey Bahr said...

I love this idea of a mini-museum! I should get my "junk" ... errr ... radio devices collection out of the boxes and into a display case. At least that would make them easier to find! :)

vy 73!

- Casey, TI2/NA7U