While this site is yet quite young, it appears there’s more interest in our swift little birds of Tokyo than we realized (and a growing interest in Japanese baseball in general.) Last night, Thursday, June 13th, sometime in the evening, almost exactly two weeks, down to the hour, after we started this blog, Tsubamegun: The Tokyo Yakult Swallows passed its first little milestone by welcoming it’s 100th unique (non-spammer/non-search engine) visitor of the day. By midnight, 133 of you had stopped by.
While that admittedly means we are still minuscule potatoes, it also means traffic is growing at a nice clip. Thanks to everyone who has stopped by, thanks even more to those of you who have offered us words of encouragement, and thanks most of all to those of you who have commented here and linked to us and helped us get a little community started here. We hope you’ll continue to find the Tsubamegun an interesting place to hang around.
As always, we’re very interested in hearing any and all readers’ thoughts on the site, especially criticisms and suggestions on what we can do better. (We don’t mind praise, either, though.) Feel free to comment here and let us know what you think, even if you don’t have much to say about the Swallows at the moment. (We know how you feel – sometimes there just are no words.)