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NHK to Airs SONGS “Haha no Hi SP”

To commemorate Haha no Hi (Mother's Day) on the second Sunday of May this year, NHK will broadcast a special edition of music program "SONGS" on May 11, 2017 at 10:50 PM. The show will introduce some well known masterpiece songs about mother, including songs that...

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Surviving Jugyou Sankan (School Observation Day)

In Japan, parents are often invited to come and observe their kids' behavior at school. It is a great opportunity for parents to see the homeroom teacher's teaching method and of course to evaluate children's ability to learn at school. This event is called jugyou...

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Koinobori Inspired Child Meals

Every year on May 5, Japanese celebrates Kodomo no Hi (Children's Day) to celebrate and respect their children's happiness and individual strengths and personalities. In this special day, every families will raise koinobori, or 'carp-streamer kites'. Japanese use...

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Concerts Info: June 2017

2-3: Perfume, "Perfume FES!! 2017" Makuhari Messe International Exhibition Hall, Chiba 3-4: Britney Spears, Live in Concert Yoyogi National Gymnasium, Tokyo 4: Yuzu, "YUZU DOME TOUR 2017" The Fukuoka Yahuoku! Dome, Fukuoka 10-11: Gen Hoshino, "LIVE TOUR 2017:...

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Ice Cream Festa 2017

Shout out to every ice cream lovers in Japan! To celebrate the "Aisukuriimu no Hi" or "Ice Cream Day", around 3,900 ice creams from Giant Corn, Gari-garikun, and Haagen Dazs will be distributed for FREE. This "Ice Cream Festa 2017", will be held on Sunday, May 14 in...

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Oricon’s “Morning Face of 2017” Ranking

How do you like to start your morning? Many Japanese get their daily dose of morning energy by watching morning news/show program delivered by their favorite newscaster. Therefore, ORICON NEWS has made a new survey to determine people's favorite's "Morning Face",...

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Kameido Tenjin Shrine Wisteria Festival 2017

Enjoy the beauty of magnificent purple wisteria (藤/fuji flower) this spring in this special festival, held in 亀戸天神社, or Kameido Tenjin Shrine. Wisteria, is an aquatic flowering plant, and native to the Eastern United States, China, Korea and Japan. Every spring, the...

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Understanding Katei Houmon, Teacher Home Visit in Japan

In the beginning of school year, your child's homeroom teacher will visit your house as a part of Katei Houmon Program. It is an opportunity for parents to voice their concerns and speak candidly with the teacher. The teacher can learn more about your kid's living...

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