Learning about religions!
Day twelve ended with a showing of Howl's Moving Castle, a Japanese animated film. Due to thunderstorms throughout the night, students and staff were unable to perform the daily rajio taiso and instead went straight to breakfast. Lessons began with the beginner classes presenting folk songs to their classmates and the advanced class reviewing sentence structures and challenging their pronunciation with Japanese tongue twisters. Once classes ended, oshibai groups met and continued work for an hour before attending a guest lecture from Professor Tim Brown. The presentation covered the topic of religion in Japan. After the lecture, students once again practiced yosakoi before going to dinner and attending another movie night.
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