Jharkhand School Visit

The program ‘Hello Japan’, which introduces basic knowledge of Japan, was held at the following 2 schools in Jharkhand.


Loyola School

Loyola School situated in Beldih Triangle, Jamshedpur was visited on 13 August 2018. Ms. Manami Kato, Vice Consul (Cultural Affairs), made a presentation about the Japanese lifestyle, language and seasons in addition to its traditional as well as modern aspects to around 250 students of grade 8. Thereafter, an open quiz on Japan was conducted followed by screening of a short video which further elaborated on various aspects of Japan.

The program concluded with a workshop on Japanese calligraphy that was conducted by Calligraphy Expert from Japan, Ms. Hiroko Nagahama. 60 selected students participated in the workshop and tried their hands on Japanese calligraphy using traditional Japanese ink, brush and paper.

 
   

 

Hill Top School

Hill Top School situated in Telco Colony, Jamshedpur was visited on 14 August 2018. Ms. Kato made a presentation about the Japanese lifestyle, language and seasons in addition to its traditional as well as modern aspects to around 150 students of grade 8. Thereafter, a short video was screened which further elaborated on the above and fascinated all the students. The students then enthusiastically participated in a quiz on Japan that followed, and impressed everyone with their knowledge.

50 selected students then went on to participate in a Japanese calligraphy workshop that was conducted by Calligraphy Expert from Japan, Ms. Hiroko Nagahama. They drew Japanese characters using traditional Japanese ink, brush and paper and also learnt a few Japanese words while doing the same.