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Camelliaさん: Kiitos!
ハンドル名Camellia さん
サイト紹介文Welcome to my English blog. 英語学習中です。英語でコメントし合いましょう♪
自由文Part time blogger who love KARAOKE, books, cats ,and traveling!!
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  • RAKUZEN wooden tablewares collection
  • I went and saw a RAKUZEN tableware designer, Aki Ohtake. The one on the left is Aki, and on the right is me. She has worked as a d
    esigner for more than 10 years andworks on developing the RAKUZEN series with real passion. So what is RAKUZEN? The RAKUZEN wooden
    tableware series was jointly developed […] [続きを読む]
  • Ashikaga Flower Park
  • I went to Ashikaga Flower Park on April 25th. Ashikaga Flower Park The Park is in Tochigi Prefecture, it takes about 3 hours fro
    m my house in Fukushima. It is very famous for its wisteria flowers. Admission fee changes every day depends on the bloom conditio
    n. We payed 1300 yen on that day(little bit expensive). There are […] [続きを読む]
  • SnowDrop
  • My mother and I went to the Akebono Sake(Japanese wine) brewery in Yanaizu town, Fukushima last year. Yanaizu town is located in t
    he western region of Fukushima prefecture andit gradually became a booming area being the temple town of Enzo-ji Temple.   
           Enzo-ji Temple Autumn view of the Tadami River from Enzo-ji Temple Fukushima […] [続きを読む]
  • Kimono Dressing
  • I am into kimono?? I go to the kimono dressing class once a week. It’s so fun! ↑ Our teacher showed us how to tie a kimono sash belt ?Obi“. Then I did it by myself……..This is called ” O-taiko”,a way of tying a woman’s Obi called drum knot tying. Usually married women tied a sash in […] [続きを読む]
  • Why are Japanese getting married later?
  • I read the article on the web “Appeal of marriage declining among Japan’s young people” today. More Japanese are wait
    ing longer to get married as sach year goes by.Why? The number of Japanese women who work full-time are increasing−they don
    ’t need to rely on men economically anymore.  Due to economic growth in japan, the number of women’s participating i
    n the workplace [続きを読む]
  • I am a Goshuin Lady!
  • Have you ever heard of “Goshuin” before?“Goshuin” means vermilion red seals or stamps of Japanese shirinesand temples. This is a book called ” Goshuin-cho” (Book for collection of shrineor temple seals)We bring the “Goshuin-cho” to the shrines(or temples)when we go to worship.Those red seals from each shrines or temples are the proofs of our visitation.It may sounds like a sta [続きを読む]
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