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Though it was raining, 42 people including classmates, their families, and volunteers participated.

We got on the boat at Hinode pier and got off at Asakusa. Then we walked to Sensoji temple through Kaminarimon gate and Nakamise street. 

Mr. Jun interviewed three students, Ms. Chang-in, Ms. Kotsuki, and Mr. Javier.   Please see the video of the interview. (Please click the picture, then you can see the video.)

Here is the impression of Mr Jun, the interviewer.

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I am Jun.  I came to Japan from Korea in October two years ago.  I have been studying Japanese from Ms. Chiba at Aoba International Lounge for almost one year and half.  This was the first experience for me join this kind of event.  It was really fun getting on a boat and praying at a temple.   It made me more impressive to have interviewed three classmates, Ms Chan-in, Ms.Kotsuki, and Mr. Javier.  I cannot use a humble form and courteous form appropriately yet. So I want study Japanese more so that I can speak Japanese fluently.

I appreciate for inviting me to such a wonderful event.

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KoryuKai SAT 20180623

junchanin 20180623  junkotsuki 20180623junhaviel 20180623

 

 

 

 
20 people including classmates, their families, and volunteers participated.  2018.3.4 

 

 

 

 
The Saturday Japanese class had a social event.  33 people including class mates, their families, and volunteers participated. 
We enjoyed watching various Hina dolls and wearing a traditional Japanese kimono coat, the Haori, with the help of the kimono club members. 
We also enjoyed tea at the tea ceremony house,.
 
Students’ impression
Hu Yue   (China)
Tsuzuki Minka-en was a very big old house. It’s very thick straw roof was impressive. Inside the house we could see many tools in Edo era and Hina dolls and hanging dolls from the Meiji era to the Heisei era. 
We could feel deep love of parents who made those dolls putting their love in each stitch. I was really impressed.
In addition, I could experience formal Japanese tea ceremony.  I was calmed down in the simple but elegant atmosphere though sitting with my legs folded under me was hard for me.  
I found the beauty of Japanese traditional culture through Hina doll festival and tea ceremony.
This was a wonderful experience for us from foreign countries. 

54 students with their family and 16 volunteers took a tour of port Yokohama. 2016.10.26

We got on Marine shuttle, enjoyed sea breeze, going under the Bay bridge, and viewing Mt. Fuji covered with the first snow this year. After the cruise, we had lunch at the rose garden and went to China town.  We enjoyed a crystalline autumn day with fun.

Ms. Janice Ann’s impression (Malasia, second from the left)

On 26 Oct (Wed), we had a half day cruise trip at the Yokohama Minato Port. The weather was fine with cool breeze air a perfect day for an outing trip. 70 participants including the volunteer staff boarded the cruise ship. It was an interesting day as we get to cruise around the Yokohama bay. We had fun especially the participants children. They were running and cheering around the ship. The adults were entertaining talking with friends and the staff. Some of us were busy taking photos of the scenery. We had the opportunity to see the famous Yokohama Rainbow Bridge, red light house, wind mill, sugar factory, a recycle factory and etc In the end of the activities we had a group photo in front of the cruise ship at Yokohama Port.

 

Japanese Thursday's class  exchange at Yokohama Bay.     November 29 2014

17 people of Thursday's Class members with their families and 7 volunteers enjoyed cruise and bus trip at Yokohama Bay 

We had lunch at a restaurant in Yamashita Park and got on the cruise ship, "Marine Shuttle".  We enjoyed looking up Yokohama Bay Bridge from the ship, scenery of the red brick warehouse "Akarenga Sohko" and the Landmark Tower. 

By the time we went over Yokohama Bay bridge to Daikoku pier, the rain from the morning stopped.  We saw lots of cars lining up for export and containers were hoisted aboard by cranes.

 Tokodai (Tokyo Institute of Technology)  students from Indonesia played Angklung.  2014.10.25
 
At Aoba Community and Cross-Cultural Center Festival, Tokodai students from Indonesia played Angklung, Indonesian bamboo music instrument, a world cultural helitage .   
Students of Thursday's Japanese class joined.
Most of them learned the instrument after they came to Japan. 
This means that Indonesian heritage is handed down in Japan too. 
They played two Japanese songs, "Furusato" and "Ue wo muite arukou". 
 
 
 
 Click here and also  click "X" of Drop box in the picture, you can enjoy the video. (4minutes 53 seconds)

Japanese Thursday class Exchange  "Sankeien 三溪園”

We, Thursday class students, went to Sankeien Garden .19 students and their families and 8 volunteers participated.  We also enjoyed tea celemony trial (Sadoh 茶道).   2014.03.06

    

Written description of Mr. Yaojie (China) 妖杰).

 Thursday class members visited Sankeien Garden.  Sankeien Garden was made by Mr. Sankei Hara, a successful business man who made a fortune in silk export.

The garden was made open to the public June 1906.  There are many big carp in the pond of the garden and they come close to you.   In March, colorful Japanese apricot flowers are in full bloom. 

Historical buildings are preserved and garden staffs guided us.  This was a good opportunity for us not only to study Japanese but also to study Japanese historcal culture. 

Visited Yokohama Meusum to see Yokoyama Taikan.also and we also enjoyed at nearby Tokyo Gass Showroom.

16 leaners, 6 children and 10 volunteers enjoyed Japanese old and new cultures.    2013.10.23

 

MARKIS Tokyo gass show room