My first month in Japan

Well, the first classes of the new semester have begun, but Orin and I have been here for about a month already. So far, we’ve had great experiences of all kinds. We’ve made new friends, tried new delicious food, and started teaching at Joy. It’s hard to describe everything, so I will use pictures to show you some of our experiences.
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We met Trish and Paul before they left. We didn’t know them for very long, but we will miss them!
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This is my first impression of Obihiro – beautiful!
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This is an example of some English that makes no sense! “Fuzzy & Inverter” was written on our heater during our stay in C Building. What does it mean?? Not only is it grammatically incorrect, those words together just don’t make sense. What do you think?
Well, I think my work at Joy is off to a great start. Please say hi to me if you see me around – I am looking forward to making new friends.

by kendra / 2009-04-09 4:02 PM / Past Teachersコメント (2)

  1. Yuki S says:

    Hi, Kendra. Thank you for good pictures, one of which reminds me of Trish and Paul. I think you could easily find a lot of wrong and weird English words in Japan. For example, “Well come” instead of welcome, and “Riquor” instead of liquor.

  2. Yuki S says:

    I’ve noticed a beautiful illustration at the top of this blog shows Seattle. I recognized the Space Needle, which appeared in a movie “Austin Powers”. Snow-capped Mt. Rainier, bustling Public Market Center, a ferry on Elliott Bay. Where is Ichiro? Ciao!

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