As I have telephoned to you this September, I shall visit California at Santa Barbara on Jan. 2nd to Jan 8th of 1977, in order
to attend the Gordon Conference on Bacterial Cell surface.
Taking this opportunity, I would like to visit you very much.
There is a little problem about the date and time of my visit you, and I would like to know, how I should be able to manage
Because of my visit of U.S. this time is strictly regulated by the administration of Japanese Government which sponcered [sic]
my visit of Santa Barbara. I am ordered by them to arrive Jan. 2nd, stay Santa Barbara, and leave US on Jan. 9th to come back
Japan. No modification of this schedule is allowed to me.
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The Conference will over at Jan. 7th (Fri), noon.
Under these circumstances, I am able to visit Stanford on Jan 8th (Sat) morning, or Jan 7th (Fri) late afternoon.
I am worrying a case if you could not be in your office on these data and time, then it become difficult to see you there.
If this is the case, I might skip the Conference a day to see you, althugh [sic] I would very much like to attend the whole
I shall telephone you at your office from Santa Barbara regarding this matter. I feel very sorry to give you my tight schedule
at this late, but I could not do it the sooner.
Under the separate mail, I sent to you the 2nd version of a manuscript to P.N.A.S. (Matsuhashi et. al). Two Zerox [sic] copies
are included. Please find it, and I would like to learn your opinion on it when I visit Stanford.
Jack Strominger, Michio Matsuhashi, and me shall meet at the Gordon Conference to discuss about the manuscript. So that please
keep it in your hands.