Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Santa Claus is coming!!

Hi! This is my fourth blog.

This time I’m going to talk about Santa Claus. Santa Claus came to Nagoya form Finland on November 29th. Finland is his motherland.

The purpose of this event, Japanese company of airport would like to increase the number of passengers who are from Finland. This event has been held for the past four years. In addition, he will be visiting the nursing institutions and meet the physically challenged people.

Santa Claus holds a photography event with just 20 pairs per day. When he is on stage, most of children seem to be really curious about his mustache and costume more than the photography event.

In my opinion, Japanese really love Christmas day. Even we don’t belong to particular religions, we want to spend a nice time at this day. We don’t usually think about a religion when we celebrate any special day. It’s thought that every event is just for relaxation and having a break.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Nagoya Samurai Team

Hi! This is my third blog!!
This time, I’m going to talk about a kind of strange association in Nagoya!
They are called “An entertaining Nagoya Samurai team”! They’re composed of people who were fired from their jobs, for celebrate with tycoons came to Nagoya around the 17th century. They are including Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Tokugawa Ieyasu.
That team put on those Samurai’s dresses and almost perfect identified with Oda, Toyotomi and Hidenori. They fascinated with spectators. It’ll be their new job!!
According to the Chunichi Web, They perform next to Nagoya Castle and they’re really good-looking!! So, almost all the spectators were women who wanted to see them! It’s a funny story, isn’t it?
They brought some occasions for young generation which come to Nagoya Castle and interested in Japanese old culture! It’s good for Japan to inherit our culture!!
They are going to perform the samurai dance through Japan.

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Nagoya News ②

Hi! This is my second Nagoya News!
This time, I’m going to talk about Christmas in Nagoya. There’re many Christmas illuminations which are attracted by lots of lights and romantic atmosphere. According to the Chunichi Web, an announcer asked 1000 people who live in Nagoya about “Where do you want you to go to watch an illumination?” Now I’m going to introduce to you about the ranking of illumination!!!

As a result, the second most popular illumination was “Nagoya South Port”. There’s quite a big tree which tall is over 15 meters very near the sea!

The best popular one was “Illumination of Nagoya Station”. It is the hugest illumination and it seems a really romantic and extremely fantastic place. There are a tunnel of light, a clock tower and a shopping mall. Almost everyone said “It’s the best place to see the illumination”.

You will spend a good time with your partner, family and friends in there! If you are interested in these places, you absolutely will enjoy your time.

Monday, October 19, 2009

Nagoya News ①

Hi~ Nice to meet you! Welcome to my Nagoya News!!

This time, I'm going to talk about "Big Jumpper".It's an incident about a funny little Monkey's story which escaped from a cage in zoo.

On October 13th, the Japanese monkey escaped from her cage to outside of zoo!! She jumped over 4 meters!!! Her tall is just about 50 centimeters. Can you believe that?!? The monkey which is just 50 centimeters
jumped over 4 meters!! I think that it's the world record of Jumpper for Monkey world!!

The curator said that "I couldn't expect that. Sorry to suprise every visiters." She was
running away to a forest, but finally she was caught five days later..

It's actually doing like this incident for the frist time in there. This zoo has a really long history which is about 100 years!! However any incident had ever happened until this Monkey's Jumpper.So then, it became a big news in Nagoya.

After I knew this news, I got some feeling. I thought that this monkey just wanted to free like a bird. When we think about the monkey's feeling, that becomes a serious problem. Because people just want to see many animals for entertainment, and then they are caught by people.

Next time, I'll write about Cristmas in Nagoya. Please looking forward to seeing it on my blog!