Monday, May 5, 2014


Posted by Norazo at 12:49 PM
Salam Isnin....

It's Monday. So today,  i wish to share my trip to Japan! It's not a holiday trip. It's work related trip. I have the opportunity to be a supervisor for JENESYS 2.0 Programme organized by JICE. There were 5 supervisors with 130 students from higher education institutions in Malaysia. We were divided into 5 groups and each supervisor responsible for a group of 26 students. We were also put in 4 different regions namely Gifu, Nagoya, Osaka and Tokushima. My group and  i was transferred to Tokushima. 

Tokushima is the capital city in Tokushima Prefecture located in Shokaku Island. Tokushima is famous for the Awa Odori Dance and Indigo dyeing. In Tokushima, we were able to experience the hype of Awa Odori Dance and the Indigo dyeing ourselves. We were also visited the University of Tokushima and Joto High School. As the programmes design for the students, i can see their enjoying their days and all the activities with students in Tokushima. We also met the Malaysian students there!

As the programmes is very packed, unfortunately we were not able to visit Tokyo as much. However, during our last night there, me and the students have a chance to visit Shibuya Street in Tokyo. Though its drizzled, but we have the opportunities to experience the Japanese public transportation. Quite confusing compare to Seoul Subway but we managed. The one think i'm awed about Japanese is that, they always in line while waiting for the bus and the train. They always said  "Thank You", "Please" and "Sorry" among their peers. In short, they are very polite and discipline! 

So here some pictures....

Just arrived

Welcome to Japan

Head count

Visit 1


Awa Odori dance hall

Amira with her new friends

the students dancing together

Japanese style dinner

Rasa sayang ehhhhh

Our final photos

Feeling2 Jipun

The neighborhood 

Yatosa!! Yato Yato

My family angkat in Tokushima

Naruto Bridge

Farewell Parties

Last day with Riko-san and Nomura-san

me and Sudo-San
Me and Nakamura-san





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