The musicians talked about their instruments, in Japanese, between pieces.
The audience was small and intimate. We sat in the first row to the side.
What a treat this was!
After the concert, we went upstairs to the art show. Here are some of the artworks.
In the entryway of the art hall was a large poster with movie offerings for the year. Do you notice anything about this movie?
It’s written in English, but in the way that a Japanese word would be pronounced. “N” is the only consonant that can be without a vowel. The word “wind” becomes “windo(w)” because “d” cannot stand alone.
Here is another example of how helpful the students here are. Ted needed a passport-type photo of himself to get a ski pass. They told him how to get it done cheaply by taking a photo with his camera and showing him how to print it in the proper size at the 7-11 store.