During my time in Japan, I have been volunteering as much as possible in the local area. It’s not only a way to have all sorts of experiences that I otherwise never would have had, but also, it’s been fantastic for making friends with Japanese people outside of my school. This has been the mostContinue reading “Italian Course Lunch in Tokyo with New Friends”
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Corona Virus in Tokyo, Day 2: No School, Baby Chicks in the Office!
Okay, so school without the students wasn’t as bad as I thought it was going to be. Yesterday, March 2nd, was my first day at work without classes. This means that we mostly spend the day in the large office, lesson planning and doing other tasks. I’m actually surprisingly busy, and yesterday, I ended upContinue reading “Corona Virus in Tokyo, Day 2: No School, Baby Chicks in the Office!”
Katsu Curry Lunch at School
Today was a test day, plus many of the students were away on a ski trip, so there were no classes. As usual, this means that the school did not open the cafeteria, and school meals were also not served. On such days, sometimes the teachers get bento boxes, but this time, the cafeteria staffContinue reading “Katsu Curry Lunch at School”
Japanese School Lunch: Cream Stew
Today’s school lunch was a bit unusual. I think this was the very first time that I’ve seen bread served instead of rice! The menu today was sweet potato cream stew, green salad, white bread with strawberry jam, and milk pudding for dessert. The nice old lady who takes care of the kitchen gave meContinue reading “Japanese School Lunch: Cream Stew”