Paramedic training

On January 25th, we  11 th graders had a lesson about paramedic training. It was my first time to learn about it, and I had been very interested in it for a long time. In fact, the lesson gave me an opportunity to have very valuable experiences. We did Cardiopulmonary resuscitation and used automated external defibrillator with mannequins. The cardiopulmonary resuscitation required more physical strength than I had expected. I learned that if we saw someone who needs help, we need to take actions and these actions may determine whether one lives or one dies.

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Hyakunin-Isshu Game

We 8th graders had “Hyakunin-Isshu Game” on January 11th.
“Hyakunin-Isshu” is a traditional Japanese card game.
It has a set of cards of the best 100 old poems.
Each poem consists of two parts.
We call the first half “Kami-no-ku” and the second half “Shimo -no-ku”.
First,all of the cards are spread out on the floor,usually between two players sitting face to face.
Each card has only the “Shimo-no-ku” on it.
Then,the teacher reads the “Kami-no-ku” at random,and the players try to find and get the card with “Shimo-no-ku” on it.
They must get it more quickly than their opponent so they usually slap it away with their hand.
The card may fly!
The player who gets the most cards wins.
Usually “Hyakunin-Isshu” is played by 2 players.
But this time we enjoyed it among 8 players.
My favorite poem is “Hana-sasou Arashi-no-niwa-no Yuki-nara-de” (Kaminoku).
“Furiyuku-mono-ha Wagami-narikeri” (Shimonoku).
It means “Storm blows cherry blossoms like snow.
Actually, it is not the blossoms that a falling, but it is me who is getting older and older.
Playing the game was pretty fun,we could learn a lot from beautiful poems.

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Seishin Goods

There are “Seishin Goods,” such as rulers, clear files, pencils and so on. One of our graduates made design on the clear file.


合格鉛筆  ファイル 清心人形

There is also a “Seishin Doll.” These are handmade by our parents. The Seishin Doll and other handmade goods made by our parents are sold during our School Festival The doll is very cute and is sold out quickly! Everyone, please buy a Seishin Doll!

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The National Center Test for University Admissions used by Japanese universities is a standardized entrance examination administered by the National Center for University Entrance ō. It is held for two days, on the first Saturday and Sunday after January 13th. This test replaced the previous Common first-stage exam (kyōtsū ichiji). The test is a multiple choice test, and the students fill in the correct answers for all the subjects on the mark sheet answer sheet. The test is qualified in accordance with the guidelines for teaching high school which is decided for each subject. Although the tests are made so the average score for each subjects will be about 60%, the average score may be higher or lower more than expected.

入学試験   合格祈願1

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The new library


January 31, 2018, our library is going to be relocated
to the new school building. Library commissions are
working hard to move everything to the new library
and preparing for the Opning Event.



The old libraryis closed now, so many students are
looking forward to the day of the new library opening.
The new library is larger than the old library. We
accumulate a larger collection of books and enlarge
the study room.

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We are members of the Comics Lovers’ Association.
Our main activities are drawing pictures and having discussions about comics.
And we also draw illustrations for flyers when someone requests.
We hope for people to know about this part of Japanese culture through our activities.

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We are art club. In addition to individual productions such as oil paintings, we all produce large monuments, flags, entrance gate for the school festival and the athletic festival with one together. There is an image that the art club’s activities are easier than the other clubs, but we are fulfilling before the events. The most wonderful point in our activities, that I think is teamwork, we are very close. Also, we go a fun sketch trip once a year. Every year it deepens ties and our skill improved.

学園祭装飾  似顔絵 階段絵

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Have you ever read “Japanese Manga”?
“Doraemon” “One peace” “Dragon Ball”・・・・・・etc.
Manga is important culture for young Japanese.
We Japanese really love manga!! Of cause we
have manga in our school library and many
students enjoy it in their free time. And the manga
in our library are connected to study : they are
about history, religion and famous novels. So we
can study easily and it’s fun. Now, I’ll introduce
some famous manga which have been translated
into English.
1. Asaki Yumemishi
This manga is taken from “Genji Monogatari”,
which is one of the oldest stories in Japan. You
can learn old Japanese culture and also enjoy
a romance story and beautiful pictures.
2. Black・Jack
The writer of this manga is Osamu Tezuka.
He is the greatest manga writer in Japan.
Black・Jack is a surgeon who has the hand
of god. The story of Black・Jack is a human

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Popular Book in Seishin

Seishin is a girls school. All students like Romance stories very much!
Romance story books are the top 3 of the popular books in Seishin. For
a few years, the most popular book has been “Tosyokan Senso” which
mean “Library War: Love and War”. It has been translated into English!
Genre of this book is Romance and action.
Summary: In near future, the federal government creates a committee
to rid society of books it deems unsuitable. The libraries vow to protect
their collection, and with the help of local government, form a military
to defend themselves. Iku Kasahara has dreamed of joining this army,
and now she’s finally recruited ・・・・・・

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Happy New Year!
I will introduce “Shogatu”. In Japan, we celebrate a new year. Japanese call it “Shogatu”.
Most workers can take a rest during Shogatu. On December 31, we clean up our houses, so we can welcome a new year.

And on January 1, we eat “Osechi” which is one kind of a lunch box and each food has a meaning. If we eat it, we will live safely in the new year. Children can get money from many relatives which is called “Otoshidama”, so many kids are looking forward to getting it. We send post cards to friends, relatives and acquaintances, which are called “Nengajyo”.

お年玉    年賀状
“Shogatu” is one of the most important events for Japanese. I wish you can live happily in this year!

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