Ohanami – お花見 (Flower viewing) in Kurume

Hello July! Hello Summer! July came! It means Summer has come. And I'm in the last month of the age 21 and also the last month (1 month and a half actually) of mine in Japan.  As you can see, my time in Japan is running out as fast as the rocket speed, which urges me… Continue reading Ohanami – お花見 (Flower viewing) in Kurume

May throwback

Hi all, long time no blog. It seems I was lazy updating my blog. It's not because I neglect it, just because I was tied up with some stuff here like mid term exam, presentation or things like that. And you know I didn't move a lot in the last month so nothing much to… Continue reading May throwback

The first solo travel (Part 3): Nara – Kobe

              NARA I made it to Nara at midday and spent several hours walking around Nara Park and checking out some spots here. Like Kyoto, Nara used to be the capital city of Japan and is visited by many people. It is famous for Todai-ji Temple where is house of a giant Buddha – Daibutsu… Continue reading The first solo travel (Part 3): Nara – Kobe

Nagasaki Graduation Trip

          Our fall semester is over so wjc students had a graduation trip to Nagasaki for 2 days. We left Fukuoka around 9am and reached Nagasaki about 11:30. After having lunch at a lovely hotel, we all moved to Nagasaki Peace Park and Atomic Bomb Museum as Nagasaki was one of two cities in Japan… Continue reading Nagasaki Graduation Trip

Cause it was too beautiful to stay at home

Even though one big work still waited for me on Wednesday, I couldn’t resist going out as the weather was too beautiful. I saw Yoko – san, my host family mother on Saturday and went to Sasuguri with her. At the beginning, she said we would go to Dazaifu but I have been there several… Continue reading Cause it was too beautiful to stay at home

Weekend off to see doll festival and pick strawberries

My last class finished last monday. In the last japanese class, teachers brought some japanese traditional toys and we had chance to play japanese games. After that, one of our teachers taught us japanese tea ceremony so we got to know what japanese do in a tea ceremony. Last wednesday WJC students and i went… Continue reading Weekend off to see doll festival and pick strawberries