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Sunday, 1 January 2017

Japan festival and others


At the National Foundation Day i would
What you would eat? Miso soup and noddles
See and do on that day? Id look at the small parties and see what they do
and maybe ask a about the festival to one of the people in the crowd and join in.
If i made a festival it would be "Anime appreciation day" it be a big festival with anime t-shirt's anime posters a lot of food and everyone has a day off if they want but the anime theme cafe's are usually open they get a lot of customers around this festival some people in Japan will gather together to celebrate, however they do not usually have large parties or celebrations.
Do they all get the day off? Yes
Do they eat special foods or go to special events to mark the day? Yes we get a lot of anime idols like Hatsune Miku and Kagamine Rin and Len
In New Zealand our national holiday is on 6 February. It is called Waitangi Day.
What do you do to celebrate Waitangi Day? We learn about it and write and work on it for that weak
Do you go somewhere special?Sometimes

Before i leave Japan i would go look at Jigokudani Monkey Park – Famous hot spring with live monkeys and if i was asked to host a visitor from another country. They are going to come and stay with me for three days. During that time, im expected to take them on a tour of New Zealand and show them some our most famous icons.
Where would you take them? Have a train ride to Auckland city to the sky tower for lunch and then take a long drive up north to show them where the Tiriti o Waitangi was sighed then the next day go to Waitemata Harbour and walk around there and the next day just stay at home and watch TV.
18th Day
I had just entered the zoo when, all of a sudden, i saw a large panda and as soon as i see it i run to the panda and take a lot of pictures. And i walk around and see some other animals, i see some monkeys and go look at what there doing there goofing around. So i laugh and take a video with my phone.
I probably get hungry and go to the map to find the cafe. And i walk there and then i get something from there. I'd also forget about the group but knowing to meet them at the gate.
I see a shop and go in for a look. I see something i like a panda key chain so i buy it. After i walk out i decide to look at the map to see another animal. I dont see any i would like so i start to walk back its amost time to go back now so i walk to the gate on another root with to interesting animals "indigenous animals" an Ussuri brown bear and Sable apparently the  Ussuri brown bear lives in the Ussuri kraiSakhalin, the Amur Oblast, northward to the Shantar IslandsIturup Island, northeastern China, the Korean peninsulaHokkaidō and Kunashiri Island.The Sable inhabits forest environments, primarily in Russia from the Ural Mountains throughout Siberia, eastern Kazakhstan, northern MongoliaChina, North and South Korea and Hokkaidō in Japan. Its range in the wild originally extended through European Russia to Poland and Scandinavia.
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I think we should have a group of trusted kids and some teachers from schools around there community's to help the Kakapo don't know what they should do but it's a thought.










2 comments:

Rachel Williams said...

Hi Serenity!

Wow, you have completed so many activities all in one day. Way to go. I love your idea of 'Anime Appreciation day.' That's a great idea. Anime is hugely popular in Japan and I am positive that many people would come out in support of the day and really enjoy it!

Speaking of holidays, we are about to have two special holidays here in Auckland. The first is the Auckland Anniversary Day on Monday 30 January and the second is Waitangi Day on 6 February. I am planning to head to the beach on the 30th with my family. We like to go out to the west coach beaches (we live in west Auckland). My favourite is Karekare. Do you ever go to the beach with your family? If so, which beach(es) do you visit?

On 6 February my son, Aronui, will go down to Ngaruawahia to visit his family and to go to his marae to honour Waitangi Day. His marae (Turangawaewae) often holds special events to honour the signing of the Tiriti o Waitangi.

When he gets back we might go to the local zoo to have a picnic and to spend some time together. Aronui loves animals (and so do I). Do you like animals, too? One of my favourite animals to visit at the zoo is the seal. I love watching the seals twist and turn as they swim through the water. Aronui loves bears and elephants. I think that he would love to see an Ussuri brown bear one day. I will show him your post so that he can see what one looks like!

I hope that you will have time to re-join our learning journey over the next week. There is plenty of time to log on and post a blog for the final few days (if you want to). There are 20 days in total and you're already at Day #18!

Cheers,
Rachel

Talya said...

Kia ora Serenity,

He tino pai nga mahi kua mahia koe i ngaa hararei kua pahure, e paa ana ki te waahi "japan". He rawe eenei mahi ki ahau me he pai mo to matou kura. Nga mihi mo ou mahi tino rawe.

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