Monthly Archives: October 2004

Matsuri, typhoon, Kyoto, Kobe and studying

Wow. A lot has happened since I posted my last entry, so I`m currently sitting here, diary in lap, under a beautifully warm kotasu (a Japanese table with heating element and cloth attached to it) with Bokusho Inoe and Jess at Tea Ceremony. Must try to type fast then, so here it goes.
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Himeji and the screaming deer

Not necessarily related at all, but I thought it`d make for an interesting title! This weekend saw the 4 rural GAP volunteers spend the 2 nights at Maeda-sensei`s house. On Saturday, we had yakisoba (chinese soba noodles and vegetables) and made an apple crumble from the Be-Ro cookbook mum sent (thanks again!).
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Maeda-sensei

This weekend just past, the 4 of us (Harima and Shiso Gappers) met up with our Japanese teacher, Maeda-sensei, and her younger sister (who attends Harima home), Makiko-san.
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