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Water Rocket Event

On August 15, we had our first Water Rocket Event with our partners from JAXA Space Center. First, we had a short session to introduce ourselves and learn some exciting facts about space activities. After the introduction, it was time

Internship Stephan H.

Stephan H. Internship Program: Unpaid Internship Company/Type: Team AIBOD Inc. Nationality: German Today another intern talks about his internship in Fukuoka. Stephan H. from Germany had to manage many different tasks at Team AIBOD Inc., an IT company in Fukuoka.

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Ohori Firework Festival 2017

It is summer in Fukuoka, the perfect time to go out, get some snacks and join one of the many festivals. Our students also had the chance to experience one of the most frequently visited festival, the Ohori Firework Festival,

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Internship Kianna B. @ Wallaby

Kianna B. Internship Program: Unpaid Internship Company/Type: Summer School Wallaby Nationality: American We had to chance to interview a young and highly motivated intern from America! Kianna talks about her experiences at Summer School Wallaby. Why did you choose Asahi

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Impressions Asahi Beach Party 2017

Japanese and Internship Asahi Nihongo and SUiTO Fukuoka organized a beach party at Momochi Beach, near Fukuoka Tower on Saturday afternoon. Everyone enjoyed delicious self-made food and participated in amusing games like Suikawari (watermelon splitting) or Hayanomi-Taikai (lemonade drinking competition),

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Internship Jordan W.

Jordan W. Internship Program: Unpaid Internship Company/Type: Gallery Moryta Nationality: American Another intern talks about his life in Fukuoka. Jordan from the United States decided on an internship at Gallery Moryta in Akasaka. Why did you choose Asahi Nihongo? I

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Visit to an elementary school

Today students of Asahi Nihongo had the unique opportunity to visit an elementary school in the west of Fukuoka City. After a short introduction from Asahi School principal Binner, 50 curious children between the age of 9 to 11 had

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Cat Cafe Visit in Tenjin

A student of Asahi Nihongo went to a Cat Cafe (or Neko Cafe in Japanese) in Tenjin for the first time. For one hour she could interact with 24 different cats. The cats were very gentle and loved the presence of

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Tanabata Cosmic College

On July 7th, students from Ritter School and Asahi Nihongo as well as a few younger visitors had the chance to celebrate Tanabata in a slightly different way than usual in Japan. Tanabata, the Japanese Star Festival, is originally based

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Internship Fabien M.

Fabien M. Internship Program: Unpaid Internship Company/Type: Fukuoka Now Nationality: French Today a new intern talks about his internship. Fabien from France talks about his experiences at Fukuoka Now, a publisher in Fukuoka City. Why did you choose Asahi Nihongo?

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Join the Asahi Beach Party!

Come and join our Beach Party at Momochi Beach! We plan to make a potluck party, so please bring your own food or snacks. Non-alcoholic beverages will be provided by us. We will do some games together with international students. If

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Watch us on Mentai Waido!

Today our school was visited by a camera team from FBS, the Fukuoka Broadcasting Corporation! They asked our students about their Japanese studies and what they like about Fukuoka. School Principal Alexander Binner also told them about the school’s history

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Internship Kristin S.

Kristin S. Internship Program: Unpaid Internship Company/Type: Appuppu Bookshop Nationality: German And again we had the chance to interview an intern! Today we asked Kristin from Germany about her experiences at Appuppu Bookshop in Daizaifu. Why did you choose Asahi

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Internship Florian R.

Florian R. Internship Program: Unpaid Internship Company/Type: Kyushu no Mura Nationality: German Today we had the chance to talk to another intern. Florian R. from Germany talks about his internship experiences at Kyushu no Mura. Why did you choose Asahi

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Japanese Tea Ceremony in Tenjin

Today one of our students attended a traditional Japanese tea ceremony. The host and course leader welcomed the guest, explained a lot about the utensils and showed how to prepare the tea properly. Afterwards, our student also had to chance

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