Travel Blogs from Chikuma
... Custard Taiyaki (Fish shaped pan cake with filling)
· Sushi train
o Ebi (Shrimp)
o Salt water Eel
o Marbled Tuna
o Tempura Corn
o Tamago (Omelette)
o Chicken ...
So it has been pretty interesting weather wise here. Where I am staying luckily we were not directly affected by Typhoon Neorgiri and the Level 5 earthquake that happened this past week. The typhoon hit Okinawa pretty severely and the earthquake was on the coast by Tokyo. Not going to lie, I was pretty shaken up by all of the weather changes and possibilities of them hitting where we were. We did end up getting some rain and wind but the mountains were ...
... to two classes (combined) then we had a tour of the school. While we were touring the kid were getting ready in the Samurai house and buildings to present to us.
1st presentation: the Koyto again. I think I almost have that song memorized.
2nd. we were blind folded and had to make a face by being handed cut outs of eyes, ears, nose, mouth, eye brows. That was fun and I did a good job. (the kids said so, it must ...
The rain from the Typhoon was approaching but by the time the typhoon hit is it was weak and just brought on light rain.
I have a great parking story to tell but this is too long of an entry. Let's just say I look like the world's best parker next to Japanese people. Also you know its bad when I have to explain to the person what to do. To the girls credit it had been 5 years since she last drove. (maybe should not be driving us)
... 4 small groups of about 40 kids then one large group of about 100 kids. (5 groups total) We were also split up for a little bit. Me without the interperter and put with teachers that spoke no english what so ever. I think they mixed Allyce and I up. Her teachers spoke some english and she had the interperter.
My first individual group preformend the Katamea and sang ...