You can enjoy Japanese Calligraphy experience. We will give you a small lecture on how to use calligraphy tools and how to write Japanese words with those tools.Your Calligraphy lesson will be in a traditional Japanese tatami room where you can enjoy a view of a Japanese garden and historic atmosphere.After you complete it, you can take it home in a frame. It must be a memorable souvenir for you.
At the beginning we'll have Japanese lesson for about 1 hour.We'll start with self introduction in Japanese and then we'll practice some greeting words, such as 'Arigato(Thank you)' 'Sumimasen(Excuse me/I'm sorry)' etc...Then step up to next level 'phrases frequently used for shopping / restaurant' such as 'Ikura desuka?(How much?''～ wa doko desuka?(Where is ～?)' etc...After the lesson we'll leave for local food hopping tour!We'll visit Kuromon fish market first.And then walk through 'Doguyasuji' Kitchen tool street, Nanba Yasaka shrine, Sennichimae shopping street, Hozen ji street etc...I'll pick up some local street food s on the way, you can fill up your stomach with 1000 yen!★1000 yen is included in the tour fee.★I'll give you 1000 yen cash when we leave for the tour so you can use any places you want on the tour;-)BUT don't forget to use Japanese as much as you can when you do shopping!;-PWe'll finish the tour somewhere in Dotonbori.
In this lesson, you will learn about and experience writing calligraphy, a part of Japanese traditional culture.After trying the experience, you can take home your personal work of art(your name or a word that you wanted to write), printed on a "unique calligraphy T-shirt" as a souvenir.▼ Three benefits of learning calligraphy 1. You can focus your mind and improve your ability to concentrate.2. Improve the ability to analyze and express oneself3. You can directly appreciate the words of great historical figures.*I couldn't write more details about each benefits because of character limit.There are many other things, but I only gave you three examples.
Tony Benn: 1925 - 2014 Politician, rebel, national treasure, activist, madman, genius. All these words and more have been used to describe Labour's longest-serving MP, Tony Benn. Now, in this feature-length documentary, the great man finally attempts to set the record straight, once and for all. Filmed in the last years of Benn's life, Will and Testament expertly examines the controversial events that shaped his long career, for both good and bad. Tracing Britain's political landscape - from the post-war years of Benn's youth, through the 1980s miner's strikes and all the way to 2003's Iraq war - Will and Testament serves as both biography and history lesson, all filtered through the prism of Tony Benn's singular world view. Drawing on both archive footage and brand-new interviews, this deeply personal and moving film gets closer than ever to understanding the real Tony Benn not just the politician but the committed family man with a big heart, forever striving to marry intellect with social conscience. Regardless of personal politics, Will and Testament is essential viewing - providing the definitive tribute to one of Britain's most distinctive and distinguished public figures.
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In this wholly refreshing remake of the 1969 crime classic starring Michael Caine and Noel Coward, Mark Wahlberg stars as Charlie Croker, a smooth thief who orchestrates a flawless heist in Venice with the help of his mentor, safecracker John Bridger (Donald Sutherland). Together with his cronies--explosives expert Left-Ear (Mos Def), tech whiz kid Lyle (Seth Green), adrenaline junky Handsome Rob (Jason Statham), and the shady Steve (Edward Norton)--Charlie walks away with thirty-five million dollars worth of precious gold bars. But just when the gang appears to be headed to freedom, Steve performs a heist of his own, killing John and running off with the gold, thinking that Charlie and his mates are all deceased. A year later, Charlie has located Steve, who is gradually selling off the gold bars in Los Angeles. With the help of John's beautiful daughter Stella (Charlize Theron), a brilliant safecracker in her own right--as well as those adorable Mini Cooper sports cars--Charlie orchestrates a revenge heist that will teach Steve a valuable lesson about loyalty once and for all. F. Gary Gray's thoroughly entertaining caper film doesn't merely imitate the original, and that is what makes it such a pleasant surprise. Special Features: Pedal To The Metal The Making Of The Italian Job Putting The Words On To The Page The Italian Job Driving School The Mighty Minis Of The Italian Job High Octane Stunts Deleted Scenes Gag Reel Easter Egg Theatrical Trailer.
Are you planning a trip to Japan soon? Are you worried that you won’t be able to get around without speaking the language? Have no fear! Join our intensive Japanese Language Survival Course for 1 week and we will make sure you’re prepared for your trip! Learn essential Japanese language words and phrases that can be used during your visit to Japan, including learning numbers, time, how to ask for directions, what to say in a taxi, how to make reservations, and Japanese customs that are said to be polite and respectful in Japanese culture.When you arrive in Tokyo, Japan, meet with an instructor for your 2-hour in-person lesson where you’ll practice using what you’ve learned in real-life scenarios, such as ordering at a restaurant, asking for directions and more. The instructor will help you through the process and help make corrections so that you’ll be prepared to travel on your own in Japan.Take private Zoom video online conferencing lessons from the comfort of your own home.
※Date and time are very flexible, please feel free to ask even if the calendar is closed.※Same price more than 3 people! Please message me first if you are more than 3!※It's limited only for 1 group each time but if 1 person book the date there's a possibility to have one more guest, it depends on the booking situation.This experience is mainly focused on practicing 'survival' Japanese in a very casual atmosphere.We'll practice very useful words and phrases and you can use them at the same time.I'll make you feel confident to speak in Japanese to locals, so that you'll have more fun during your trip!Learn ＋ Practice ＋ Try ＝ FUN!!We'll discuss in advance about the details such as where we go, what you want to eat, then I'll arrange the place.(e.g. Izakaya (Japanese style pub), cafe, restaurant, bar...etc) We can do hopping style as well if you want!Feel free to tell me your requests if you are more than beginner level, I can arrange the lesson details as you like;-)
We Happy Few is a fairy tale which quickly turns into a horrorHello my friend, in We Happy Few gameplay you are going to take control over typical Joe's. You are a citizen of Wellington Wells. A dystopian city, where everyone is happy. There is no sadness, harm, suffering, or pain. How is it possible, you might ask? Each citizen is obligated to take a regular dose of "Joy". Joy is a pill that the residents of Wellington Wells voluntarily consume to keep them happy and sedated. The effect of this drug is not only happiness but also memory loss and hallucinations. One day, your characters forget to take their joy and immediately are haunted by terrible things they’ve done in the past, and they each have something they urgently need to accomplish. Now, you will have to stand against not only the government of Wellington Wells, but also against citizens who are so much in denial that they are going to kill anyone who might harm their "happy" World.Set in 1960s EnglandSet in a retrofuturistic 1960s, you will find a city ravaged by war and rebuilt by delusionally happy people. Everything looks so happy in Wellington Wells, starting from people, through animals up to the figure of Uncle Jack himself. Only the government knows that the city is about to collapse.We Happy Few offers you a highly replayable gameplayWe Happy Few has a rouge-like gameplay. In other words, if you die in “We Happy Few”, that’s it – there is no reloading your save. Just like in the harsh reality, death is a game over. However, it is what makes the game special. Each death is a lesson, each new game is a completely new story. Remember that each time you die, you’ll restart in a brand new city, thus it is never going to be the same. You will be engaged for many hours with this game, slowly learning how to survive in the Wellington Wells.A mature storyThe playable characters are not heroes. Each one of them has flaws. They are not heroic at all and they are destroyed by ghosts of their own past. Each one of them has a dark past, which was covered and forgotten because of Joy. While trying to survive in Wellington Wells you will quickly learn, that the scariest thing here is not the city itself but your own past. Don't worry though. The story is also filled with dark humor, hope and most importantly, a chance for redemption.Create your own storyIn We Happy Few, it is up to you how you are going to play. The game is a sandbox, so nothing is going to stop you (except government and crazy citizens) from going to any place you wish. There are many small and big decision which you can make during the gameplay, starting from such as "take your Joy or throw it away), to much harder ones. Craft your own World and story and slowly stand against the false society which held you as a prisoner for so long.