My Class Performance During Rinkan Gakkou

(Sorry been keep this post on hold and think as well as posting it up now. It happened during last year’s July.)

Ya and as you know from my post about my Trip to Mt. Fuji during Rinkan Gakkou organized by ABK Japanese Language School, Every class are having their own performance under 5 minutes.

It’s a pleasure to announce that my class’ performance got the 1st Place in the Dashimono (or so called “performance”). Although everyone is happy about being the 1st, We all complaint about the prize… Just some Cheap Cakes for everyone’s share….

では、早速!(Well then, Let Hurry!) My Class D1’s Performance:

Trip to Rinkan Gakkou(Included Mt. Fuji) Part 1

It had been a month ago during my trip to Mt. Fuji, But I insisted on posting this post up here even though it is late.

The Trip included visit to Mt. Fuji’s 5th floor? (Not sure how should I called it 五合目), Visit Oshino hakkai (忍野八海), Visit Shiroito Waterfall…. And here you are(intensive Photos viewing and caption reading section below.):

Half way

Half way on our trip to Mt Fuji. This is somewhere at the rest station.


This is what we have as our Lunch at Mt. Fuji. Not really tasty from my opinion.

View from Window

The view from the windows from our lunch eating place.

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Foods Vending Machine In Japan

Yeah, And you are not having a blur eyes. I had discovered this Vending machine during my Trip to Rinkan Gakkou last few weeks ago and found it’s really amusing. ^^

Food Vending1

This is the vending machine… LOL.

With this Foods Vending Machine, you can always having hot food and can save on the time to cook something and moreover, you can always have it 24/7 !

Food Vending2

Here is another close up for you to see what you can have using this machine.

So, with this machine, you can also vending the Takoyaki (Squid Balls which eat during Japanese Festival), Fried Potatoes, Taiyaki (Which always eat by a girl keep saying “Ugghuuu…”), Chicken and Potatoes, Cyasyuu Onigiri, and Yaki Onigiri…

It’s really amazed and ironic when I see that to how much extend that the Japanese wish for human life to be more easier (the japanese having one word for this is called 便利. Guess you can read it using chinese too.)