Howdy Japanese Language School Nara

2024.3.26 EVENT

★Holding a mini sports day★

The second exchange meeting with Lemon-kai of the SIPs group was held on March 19th (Tuesday). The students were looking forward to this day as it was a mini sports day. Although it is called a “mini” program, it is a full-course program that starts with the opening ceremony, continues with radio calisthenics, a borrowed competition, and a long rope competition, and ends with a relay race, and concludes with the closing ceremony and awards ceremony. It was first time doing Japanese-style radio calisthenics, and it was a lot of fun to see them move their bodies in a big way based on the movements of the Japanese guests. communication skills were tested in the borrowing competition. “Bring someone who wears a watch.” “Bring someone born in March.” ” bring three yellow things.” “Bring A4 copy paper” the Japanese guests read the instructions and then all at once they go looking for what they’re looking for, which is quite difficult. It seems that it had nothing to do with their usual Japanese performance, and in the end, the pair of Mr. Sarsabil and Mr. Kamal, who had excellent communication skills, won the competition. Communication skills are important!

It was a very fruitful event as they had many conversations with the Japanese guests, such as being taught how to spin a rope at the Great Tentative Tournament, and enjoying free talk after the networking session. Thank you to everyone at the Lemon Club who participated, and to everyone at Misato Junior High School who kindly lent us the Great Tentacle!


We are currently recruiting Japanese language teachers.

We are looking for individuals who can think freely without being confined to the conventional concepts of existing Japanese language schools and who are willing to join us in creating a new school together.