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events in 2016
AIFA( Ayase International Friendship Association ) was established in 1998 to promote mutual understanding between Ayase citizens and foreign residents through various events and activities and enrich our community by respecting one another's cultures and different values.
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お知らせEVENTS   Introduction to Korean Culture


 Date:Saturday November 27, 2016    13:00~15:00
                       Place:Audio-visual room, 3rd floor, Ayase Community Center
                
Today's Schedule



                
Introduction to Korean Culture         
Watching Korean Culture on DVD       Hangul language lesson            Workshop with Hangul Characters
   

20 people including AIFA staff gathered at the audio-visual room, 3rd floor, Ayase Community Center and enjoyed listening to Ms Nagahori's talk about Korean culture including food, clothing and shelter.

We watched the 5th Anniversary memorial festival of her Korean classes held in Atsugi on DVD, and learned a few basics on Hangul and painted Hangul characters on plain plates.

Before the workshop, tea was served. We enjoyed different taste of teas; jujube tea, ginger tea, marmalade tea.

Ms Nagahori was born in Korea. She has been in Atsugi for many years, so she speaks Japanese very fluently. She started her 1st Korean conversation class five years ago, and more and more people wanting to learn Korean came, and now she has 10 Korean conversation classes in various parts of Atsugi. According to an AIFA member Ikeda, who also lives in Atsugi, her teaching style is quite unique.

She often uses games and children's songs or dances when teaching Korean conversations, grammar or phrases. Her students love her style and keep on studying.



 signing in at the reception desk               in preparation
DVD preparation almost completed;  Instructor, Ms Nagahori & chima jeogori(costume traditionally worn by Korean women); Hangul language on the board.
 

 

DVD watching: (left)Atsugi Mayor congratulating them on their 5th anniversary memorial festival of Ms Nagahori's Korean classes / (center) Ms Nagahori and her                     sister, who came all the way from Korea to see her on this day, bringing her ethnic                     musical instrument and performed Korean music  beautifully  / (right) Ms                     Nagahori doing a magic trick 

DVD watching: (left)Atsugi Mayor congratulating them on their 5th anniversary memorial festival of Ms Nagahori's Korean classes / (center) Ms Nagahori and her                     sister, who came all the way from Korea to see her on this day, bringing her ethnic                     musical instrument and performed Korean music  beautifully  / (right) Ms                     Nagahori doing a magic trick 

DVD watching: (left)Atsugi Mayor congratulating them on their 5th anniversary memorial festival of Ms Nagahori's Korean classes / (center) Ms Nagahori and her                     sister, who came all the way from Korea to see her on this day, bringing her ethnic                     musical instrument and performed Korean music  beautifully  / (right) Ms                     Nagahori doing a magic trick 

 

DVD watching: (left)Atsugi Mayor congratulating them on their 5th anniversary memorial festival of Ms Nagahori's Korean classes / (center) Ms Nagahori and her                     sister, who came all the way from Korea to see her on this day, bringing her ethnic                     musical instrument and performed Korean music  beautifully  / (right) Ms                     Nagahori doing a magic trick 

 

DVD watching: (left)Atsugi Mayor congratulating them on their 5th anniversary memorial festival of Ms Nagahori's Korean classes / (center) Ms Nagahori and her sister, who came all the way from Korea to see her on this day, bringing her ethnic musical instrument and performed Korean music  beautifully /(right) Ms Nagahori doing a magic trick 

   
   
 





















DVD watching: (left)Atsugi Mayor congratulating them on their 5th anniversary memorial festival of Ms Nagahori's Korean classes / (center) Ms Nagahori and her sister, who came all the way from Korea to see her on this day, bringing her ethnic musical instrument and performed Korean music  beautifully /(right) Ms Nagahori doing a magic trick


 

・・About Hangul・・ Until the 15th century, Korean was written using Chinese characters. In 1446, a Korean alphabet called Hangul was created and developed. The purpose of this creation was to promote literacy in Korea. So the writing system had to be as simple as possible so that anyone could learn it. Hangul has been used ever since.  

 
 
 
 
 Everybody is satisfied with their job.
 




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 Information

 Kimchi Cooking Class
Date:Friday December 16, 2016
   10:00~13:30
Place:Cooking Room, 1st floor
   Ayase Community Center
Fees : ¥2,000

 Introduction to
   Korean Culture

Date:Saturday November 27, 2016
   13:00~15:00
Place:Audio-visual room, 3rd floor
   Ayase Community Center   

 Professional Chef's
 Indian Cooking Workshop

Date:Wednesday August 24, 2016
    10:30~13:30 
Place:Ayase Nanbu-fureai-kaikan
Fees : ¥2,500

 Bon Dance Party
Date:Saturday August 6, 2016
   13:00~16:30
Place:Ayase Community Center,
   3rd floor








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