Continuing our periodic round-up of interesting Japanese webpages and resources, here are some recommendations we’ve found since our last post!
Children’s Day is an important holiday in Japan. Let’s learn how it’s celebrated!
Hello, Mori no Ike! We hope you have been safe at home and have been able to fit in some Japanese learning or practice as well. This is (hopefully) the first in a periodic round-up of interesting articles and new resources for learning at home. Take a look at some of the recommendations below and let us know if you’ve found anything interesting this past week!
The Japanese Master Challenge for this post is all about reading and studying from your favourite text in Japanese! Read on to see some tips for studying from text, and challenge yourself to read something you once thought difficult!
You may have seen our recent post on At-Home Learning Resources, but on top of textbook study and consuming content in Japanese, there are many ways to start including a little more language practice in your everyday life! Click through for a list of our favourites
We at Mori-no-Ike are thinking about you all at home. We know that many may be on a different schedule than usual, and trying to fit in some language learning where possible, so we have put together a list of some online and print learning resources to help with getting Japanese into your life at home! Take a look!
The villagers experienced the realities of sexism in Japan and the workplace.
Villagers did their best at Japanese game show competitions!
Learn about taiko and listen to the Villagers practice!
Last night the camp was overrun by Japanese spirits!
Today we said goodbye to some more villagers until next year.
Today the villagers did some extreme activities!
Mori no Ike welcomed over 90 one week, two week, and four week villagers to our campsite today! We’re so excited!!
Last night we decorated cakes together!
Our melodrama the first two weeks told the tale of heroes and villains growing and becoming closer with one another.
Mori no Ike was able to interact with other vllages and became a part of a truly international community for the day.
A short movie by our Music Video Club!
Hot chocolate + gakusei project planning= a chill evening
Our first week of 森の池(もりのいけ) Mori no Ike 2018 has already wrapped up as we had to say goodbye to our short-program villagers.