Friday, August 14 it was the second day of the Obon festival. On the internet I discovered that the Gokoku temple organized a special event to the ancestors and to honour the fallen soldiers. But because it started late in the evening, we first did a few other things. But the main point is Honor your ancestors
Everything is finally beginning to fall into its place. From Monday to Friday I have every day four hours Japanese lesson. Then I try to grasp the opportunity to explore the area around the school. My class was combined with another class. Suddenly we were so with almost twice as many students. Also I got money back because I brought back my book with me to Japan a 3000 Yen bonus. This week blog post about: Attack of the guardians
At this moment my 2nd week is over. Because I’m a bit behind schedule I decided today (Sunday) to update my blog. The first week was mostly a week of exploring, finding my way in Hakata and deciding whether I like it or not. (Because I’ve spent so much time in Tenjin I was a bit sceptical) But now is Hakata my new place of interest
Hisashiburi Desu Ne! a phrase that you used when you haven’t seen someone for a while. And even though it’s only little over a week, it already feels an eternity. Because for the past week a lot has changed in my life.
A trip that only took about a day, felt like I’ve been on the road for a full week. And for those who followed my facebook some have known that this journey went not so smoothly than my first trip in 2013. So here is my full report on my trip, The land of the rising sun.
Finally!! I Virtually discussed briefly all my books. So what does this mean? This is the last post in this series about Japanese textbooks. On some subjects I have to many books and on other topics I can Maybe use some more books. Conclusion I can’t take all these books with me. I already reach my limit on my luggage’s weight. So which books di I take me to Japan? In part 7, Japanese study books: where to buy?