If you would like to see the tentative schedule of Japanese courses for next semester, please click the following link:
2012 Fall Tentative Japanese Course Schedule
Please join us for this special event.
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Japan Today: After the Earthquake
Documentary film showing and koto music performance
February 27th, Monday, 2012
Marshall University Student Center basement, BE5
4:00-5:00pm: Documentary film showing "Wave: Restart from the rubble" 「Wave：ガレキの中からの再出航」
5:15-6:30pm: Announcement & Koto music performance by Yumi Kurosawa
One year after the Tohoku Kanto Earthquake (March 11, 2011), people in Japan are making every effort to revitalize the disaster area. In this event, a documentary "Wave: Restart from the rubble" will be shown to learn about new strategies of fishermen in Iwate prefecture. We will welcome a special guest, Yumi Kurosawa, a Japanese koto player from NY and enjoy some Japanese traditional music.
This event is dedicated to everyone who supported Japan since last year. In addition, we would like to invite anyone who would like to learn about Japan today. This event is organized by the WV Department of Education, the Japanese Program in the Department of Modern Languages in the College of Liberal Arts, Japan Outreach Coordinator, and Japan Club at Marshall University, and supported by Consulate General of Japan in NY, Japan Foundation in NY, and the Toyota Foundation of WV.
If you have any questions, please contact:
JOI Coordinator Azusa Hanah Yamada 304-696-7257, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nacky Anderson (email@example.com) in Dept of Modern Languages at Marshall University.
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I hope many of you can join us!
Kyara-ben Workshop (Cute Character Obento lunch box making)
We enjoyed getting together and making unique obento (lunch box) with different themes. See the pictures of our students' obento! You can click each one to see the larger version.