Introduction   はじめまして


Hello, I am Mai and am currently attending university in Japan.

こんにちは、日本で大学生をしているmaiです

This blog is my assignment for college course called “newsroom management”

このブログは大学の“Newsroom Management”という授業の一環で制作しています

In this course, I can pick any topic and blog about it.

このコースでは自分の好きな題材をもとにブログを作るので

So I picked my home town Hayama. It is small and almost 2 hours away from my school to my home.

自分の町葉山を題材に選びました。小さい町で、家から学校まで2時間かかります。。。

But I love it so much that I want to share.

でもそれでも好きなので、ブログにして葉山のいいとこを紹介したいと思いました

……but I cant share because I dont really know much about town, I am a new comer!

。。。がしかし、自分も葉山のことよく知りません。引っ越したばっかりなので。。。

SO I decided to explore and write what I see and enjoy in this town.

なので!逆にそこを生かして自分で町を探検して見たもの楽しんだものを書いていこうと思いました

It is good for me! and I believe it can help others.

自分のためにもなるし、これを見てくれた人の葉山を知るきっかけや助けになるかもしれない

I hope this blog finds you interesting.

なので、このブログをよんで興味を持っていただけたらうれしいです

mai

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  2. Reblogged this on mraplus and commented:
    ii ne!!!

  3. Heather Haneko Campbell on said:

    My house is gone now but the address was 997 Horiuchi. It was right next door to the Life Guard station but it was higher up with a wall. My mother would make Rice Krispy balls and red Jello and I would take it to them

    • Thank u for ur comment:) it looks like you used to live pretty close to my house! Is there anywhere you recommend me to go in hayama??

      • Heather Haneko Campbell on said:

        Unfortunately, it has been many, many years since i was in Hayama. We arrived in the early summer of 1962 and left late summer of 1965. I cried when I found out my dad was being transferred to Yokosuka Navy Base and I HAD to go–I was 15 but also cried when we left in 1965. Three years may not seem too long but I made the most of it. I knew about 100 words when we arrived and was fluent when we left. I attended Hayama Presbyterian Church and my sensei was Yasuhiko Ishizuka. My nickname given to me by my friends was Haneko.

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