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2月 07, 2019 0

New sign for Wakalture:D


I’ve just made this for my guests to find my place easily:)
I hope this helps!!
Also people walking around my place may get interests…?!

If you’re interested in Japanese calligraphy (Shodo), Cooking (Udon, Tamagoyaki), Origami or Tsumami-zaiku then please contact me!!
You’ll learn the Traditional Japanese Calligraphy;) I have a license to teach Calligraphy and over 20 years of experiences.
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2月 03, 2019 0

Setsubun

Setsubun today!! 3rd February is a day to celebrate the coming of spring even though it’s still cold (according to the old lunar calendar).
We throw soybeans represents getting rid of bad luck and welcoming good luck.
I made 豆 (soybean in Japanese kanji) with soybeans😂👍

This sushi roll is called Eho-maki 😋 We eat this Eho-maki on Setsubun.
When we eat this, look in the year’s good luck direction, and eat quietly🙊

If you’re interested in Japanese calligraphy (Shodo), Cooking (Udon, Tamagoyaki), Origami or Tsumami-zaiku then please contact me!!
You’ll learn the Traditional Japanese Calligraphy;) I have a license to teach Calligraphy and over 20 years of experiences.
info@wakalture.com
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Other Wakalture Activities

2月 01, 2019 0

Cooking Udon noodle and learning Japanese Calligraphy


Jonnas without glasses, he lives in Tokyo and he booked the Udon making and Calligraphy class for his dad, Orian as he visited him:)
As you may see from the pictures, they were so funny!!lol
And Jonnas was very good at Calligraphy!!
He chose 数学 math, it’s two kanji and both are not easy kanji,,, but he said he wanted to try.
Then he made it!! He didn’t even know the kanji but he did a great job!!
Orian wrote 雪 snow:)

Then made Udon noodle as well:)
I told them especially  Orian saying “Itadakimasu” before eating.
Itadakimasu means like bon appetit.
Thank you for the meal, thank you for serving (if it’s in a restaurant), for growing flour etc,,, for everything!!

If you’re interested in Japanese calligraphy (Shodo), Cooking (Udon, Tamagoyaki), Origami or Tsumami-zaiku then please contact me!!
You’ll learn the Traditional Japanese Calligraphy;) I have a license to teach Calligraphy and over 20 years of experiences.
info@wakalture.com
Contact & Access
Other Wakalture Activities

1月 31, 2019 0

2 days Advanced Calligraphy class


Annika, she messaged me on WhatsApp for 2 days of Advanced Calligraphy class!!
She speaks Japanese, knows some of kanji and has done Calligraphy once before.

So I was planning to teach one kanji 永 on the first day. Then another kanji next day.
But she tried sooooo hard and couldn’t finish on the first day!! I guess most of people get bored and can’t practicing one kanji but she spent 2 days to finish one kanji😲✨✨✨ She also knows she still needs more practice😉
See how much she practiced😲💦

Calligraphy paper is white but she made it black with the ink😂

Her effort of 2 days Advanced Calligraphy class with this big smile:D
I really hope to teach her again next year as she comes to Japan every year!!

If you’re interested in Japanese calligraphy (Shodo), Cooking (Udon, Tamagoyaki), Origami or Tsumami-zaiku then please contact me!!
You’ll learn the Traditional Japanese Calligraphy;) I have a license to teach Calligraphy and over 20 years of experiences.
info@wakalture.com
Contact & Access
Other Wakalture Activities

1月 27, 2019 0

Calligraphy museum in Uguisudani


I went to the Calligraphy museum located in Uguisudani for the first time today!!
There is no camera permitted so I have this photo only but it was amazing!!
Though the way from Uguisdani station to the museum was a bit awkward as there are lots of Love Hotels,,, *sorry but please just google about it… can’t explain. 

I’m not the person who loves history but seeing famous Calligrapher’s writing which was written in 300-500 BC.
王羲之(Wang Xizhi), 顔真卿(Yan Zhenqing), 欧陽詢(Ouyang Xun), 虞世南(Yu Shinan), 褚遂良(Chu Suiliang) are very famous Calligrapher like,,, I know them lol
I learnt memorised for exams about history of Calligraphy when I was in high school. But I’d never seen their actual Calligraphy so I was like,,, if I knew here and was able to come and see at that time!!;(
Also we had a person who knows about Calligraphy history super well. He explained and answered all our questions.
Definitely worth it!! I would love to learn more and maybe one day, I would guide Wakalture’s guests?!?!

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