I proud Japanese beautiful culture, and if you watch this movie that is added traditional Japanese song “Sakura Sakura” – cherry blossom x 2.
Let’s enjoy Japanese movie and music!!
Yesterday I did Sutra copying, and it was my first experience!
Sutra copying is the East Asian practice of hand-copying Buddhist sutras.
Although I’m not Buddhist, it was fun.
By the way for a lot of Japanese, it is not so important that he or she is Buddhist, Christian, whatever..
It means when Christmas, we enjoy it as like a Christian, when new year, we enjoy it as Buddhist, or Shinto, then do Hatsu-mode that is the first pray Buddha or Kami in the year, and usually we do it the first week of new year.
So, of course some of Japanese are rigid prayers, but even so, we’ll enjoy each festival or holidays…
If you don’t mind even it’s Buddhist activity, I would strongly recommend to do as one of tour events.
Do you know TOEIC exam（Test of English for International Communication）?
TOEIC is the examination of English, and very popular in Japan, no, no…I should say “too much popular!”.
Most Japanese companies use TOEIC score for new employer selection or promotion to Director.
A fanny thing is although this is the examination for measure his English level, but actually it’s not much with.
Even he gets high score, he cannot speak English at all!, Yes “not at all”
Because a lot of Japanese know how to get TOEIC high sore. And there are a lot of school particularly for TOEIC technique!!
Yes, Japanese may be clever, we already developed the technical solution for TOEIC,and it’s not related to English level, just game!!
Hi, our staff is still staying in Malaysia KL!
And he send report with a lot of photos and movies.
Well, we decided that we’ll use those as Japanese in Malaysia series for a while!
Then the main blog, name “Sekai he GO!” is here!! Although he write the article in Japanese, there are many photos, so you may understand it, let’s check it!!
These are some of the photos of what he eat or saw in Malaysia!
As other topics, he is writing the article of “Studying English in Malaysia”, “Useful Information for travel”, “The FOOD in the world”, and so on in his blog.
So if you visit there and look movies and photos, and send comments to him, he’ll feel so happy with you!!
Last time I posted about Classical music in Japan, and wrote one brilliant pianist name, only name, Nobuyuki Tujii.
He was born blind, and maybe it was the reason why he was payed attention at the beginning, “Although he is blind, he play piano”.
But instead of his eyesight, he has rich sensitivity for music!!
Please listen his piano, and it will make you happy, I believe.