Adapting to Life in Japan
Moving to Japan can offer you a great
opportunity to learn about the local culture, history and traditions.
With a greater understanding of how to adapt to life in Japan, you may
discover new and exciting ways to make your life richer and your tour.
Japanese Language Class
Japanese for Busy
3-Day Lunch Time Japanese Lesson. A short introductory Japanese class. Learn some basic phrases and useful expressions.
Japanese Language Basic Step 1, 2, & 3
(4 weeks/8 sessions)
An integrated study of the fundamentals of Japanese with emphasis on listening
comprehension and speaking skills. The relationship of culture and customs to language use and development, as well as instruction and information on
Japanese and Okinawan customs and cultures, also are highlighted as an
integral part of the class. Class registration is free, but students will be
required to purchase a text book.
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Kimono (Yukata) Wearing
This special session discusses the differences of Kimono and provides tips and
techniques on how to purchase and care for the Japanese Kimono. The seminar includes a demonstration of the proper techniques for donning and wearing the
Washi Paper Crafts
The Japanese use colorful bits and pieces of Japanese paper (Washi) to turn
many items into household decorations. All materials are provided.
Sanshin is an Okinawan traditional instrument. It is a banjo like
three-stringed instrument commonly used to play Okinawan music. The music can
range from soft and gentle to highly energetic and fun. No musical
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