2018年01年29日 | diary
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 o（続きを見る）
2018年01年27日 | diary
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.
2018年01年22日 | diary
There are “Seishin Goods,” such as rulers, clear files, pencils and so on. One of our graduates made design on the clear file.
There is also a “Seishin Doll.” These are handmade by our p（続きを見る）
2018年01年19日 | diary
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 tw（続きを見る）
2018年01年16日 | diary
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.
2018年01年14日 | diary
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.
2018年01年11日 | diary
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. （続きを見る）
2018年01年08日 | diary
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 （続きを見る）
2018年01年04日 | diary
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 Sen（続きを見る）
2018年01年01日 | diary
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 ca（続きを見る）