Entries Tagged as 'Kids'

月曜日, 2月 28th, 2011

The Doll’s Festival(Hina-matsuri)

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The Doll’s Festival(Hina-matsuri)

The Doll’s Festival is one of the traditional festivities in Japan. More specifically, it is one of the seasonal festival. It is held on March 3rd also known as Momo-no sekku or peach festival. It celebrates girls to grow healthier and the doll’s festival has a second name called “hina- ninngyo asobi”. The history of [...]

木曜日, 11月 4th, 2010

Suru Tokoro “How they play in Netherland”

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Suru Tokoro “How they play in Netherland”

Suru Tokoro located in Ryogoku, Tokyo, is a place that provide children workshops on art.

Today, we invited a designer from Netherland to teach us how they play in her home country.

Today’s teacher is Suzanne Oxenaar. She is an art director from Netherland and is the establisher of Llyd Hotel in Amsterdam. Lloyd Hotel used to [...]

水曜日, 9月 15th, 2010

Write your name with your family!Calligraphy!

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Write your name with your family!Calligraphy!

I visited a workshop where kids used Japanese ink to write their names.

The place is called “Surutokoro (place to do)” located near Ryogoku, Tokyo. It’s a facility set up in October 2009 by a printing company for the purpose of providing a place for mingling local people with particular events such as workshops. They open [...]