I went to a cooking class! Today we made a bento! Salad, fried chicken, omelet, tofu mixed with spinach and carrots, rice balls (one with tuna, carrots, and mushrooms and the other with peas), “nikujaga,” and pudding! It was really good!
Lucky me! I got the #sayakamiki #soulgem #gachapon! #myfavoritemiserablemagicalgirl
I laughed way too hard about this.
Fortunately, many of my students have overcome this but many Japanese people will say their name at seemingly rapid fire speed that is incomprehensible. I saw this at Lawson and burst out laughing. Then I bought it. I’m ready to be entertained.
It’s called “Strange Japanese People’s English” and so far, it’s awesome.
God bless #icecream #baskinrobbins #アイスクリームの日 It’s Ice Cream Day!
生徒から貸してくれた本（＾ν＾）面白いだって言われた。A book that a student lent me. I was told it was interesting! “The Unforgettable Cat Osan”
First, my student asked me if I liked reading. I told him yes, and he asked if I could read Japanese books. I hesitantly said yes and then he brought me this one. He told me that I could borrow it for as long as I wanted, because he has lots of books at home. :) What a sweetheart.
Flying fish! #osaka #koi
Arts and crafts with 5th and 6th grade. We used special paper, folded it in some complicated fashion, and dipped it in paint.
The older students made this to welcome the new junior high kids.
It says “Congratulations on entering school!”
These are by my junior high school.