タグ:フィリピン ( 43 ) タグの人気記事

R.K.清水(長崎)財団が、フィリピンで12校目となる校舎を寄贈。 ---- Classrooms to Tarlac city.

フィリピンの子供たちに校舎をプレゼントするプロジェクトを進めている
R.K.清水(長崎)財団が、12校目となる校舎をターラック州ターラック市の
Sapang Tagalog(サパン・タガログ)小学校に寄贈しました。

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今回の式典では、1棟2教室の他、コンピューターやLEDスクリーン、ユニフォームや文房具、又、長崎県から運ばれてきた机や椅子、それに日本のランドセルなども、子供たちに贈られました。 
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さらに、記念の日本庭園も造園されました。


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フィリピン国軍の先導車に従って 小学校に到着すると、Sapang Tagalog小学校
子供たちが鼓笛隊を先頭にして大歓迎で日本人の一行を迎えました。

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この教育振興の交流プロジェクトを進めている長崎市の 清水勝利会長とご婦人、御家族が到着。
長崎や東京方面、さらにはフィリピン在留邦人の皆さんも式典に参加されました。

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これが寄贈された校舎。
多くの小学生、先生、父兄などが日の丸を振って歓迎しました。

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式次第に従って、寄贈式典が始まりました。

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来賓の中には、元日本国名誉総領事のカルロス寺岡氏(JANL相談役)を始め、
在マニラの日本人団体、長崎や東京などからお祝いに参加された皆様の姿が。

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私ども北ルソン日本人会(JANL)からも、代表、副代表、分科会長の3名が
ご招待を受けて参加致しました。


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国旗入場と国歌斉唱。
ひな壇には、左からフィリピン国軍の代表、日本国大使館から植野公使、清水ご夫妻、
フィリピン教育省の代表が列席されました。

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植野公使の祝辞。

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1969年にフィリピンを初めて訪れて以来の話をされる清水勝利会長。
日本からフィリピンへ最初の中古船販売をしたのが1968年。
それ以来、2015年までに、1,300隻以上の船を扱うビジネスをしてきたそうです。

先の戦争にて「バターン死の行進」として有名になったバターンから捕虜収容所があった
ターラック州カパスまでの沿道周辺に校舎を寄贈したいとの気持ちを語られました。
教育こそが国際的理解の第一歩であるという清水会長のお考えのようです。


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祝辞の後は、様々な文化交流の演舞などが披露されました。
一番手は、マニラの日本人団体から和太鼓。

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日本から参加の 黒田節と居合の演武。

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清水夫人の吟詠による、華道吟、書道吟。

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そして、東京方面から参加された 剣道のグループ。

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木刀を使っての演武。

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剣道の練習風景のデモンストレーション。

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そして、模擬試合の披露。

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そして、教室の鍵を 小学校の生徒代表へ手渡すセレモニー。
小学生代表の感謝のスピーチは見事でした。

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そして、式典も進み、清水さん御家族による旗の掲揚。

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そして、新校舎のテープ・カットへ。

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その時、花を添えたのは、フィリピン国軍による演奏でした。

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教室内が披露され、参加者がひとつひとつを見学。

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明るい教室に立派な設備。
子供たちもきっと一所懸命勉強に励むでしょう。

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子供たちの感謝の心が 鼓笛隊の子供たちによって示されました。

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これは、フィリピンのフォーク・ダンスの演技。


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小さな子どもたちの 可愛いダンスには、いつも魅了されます。

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そして、 ランドセルの ファッション・ショー ? が始まりました。


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このランドセルは 長崎市の皆さんからのプレゼントだそうで、
こちらの長崎新聞に詳しい記事がありました:
http://www.nagasaki-np.co.jp/news/kennaitopix/2016/02/15092608046900.shtml

「清水会長の活動を知った西日本シティ銀行長崎支店の長田大次郎支店長(52)が、昨年10月ごろから長崎、佐賀両県の5支店と長崎銀行(長崎市)の行員に呼び掛け、家庭で不要になった子どものランドセルを集めた。「何かの役に立つならうれしいと快く提供してくれた」(長田支店長)。」

長崎県、佐賀県の皆様の御協力があったそうです。

心温まる、素晴らしい式典にご招待いただき、感謝申し上げます。


  

     










R.K.Shimizu(Nagasaki)Foundation,Inc. held:
Turnover Ceremony of
one storey two classroom building
at Sapang Tagalog Elementary School
Tarlac city, Province of Tarlac, Philippines
on May 21, 2016



      
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by janlbaguio | 2016-05-22 11:32 | Neighbers ご近所情報

PHOTO GALLERY : BAGUIO TANABATA FESTIVAL 6, -- PHILIPPINE-JAPAN FRIENDSHIP MONTH 2015

PHOTO GALLERY OF THE MAIN PROGRAM AT THE OPENING CEREMONY
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(photo by Art Tibaldo)

日比友好月間2015 「バギオ七夕祭り6」 のオープニング式典でのスナップ写真です。

           

more about the appearance of Masamune Date , pls visit here :
http://janl.exblog.jp/21534968/

(伊達政宗の登場の様子は上のリンクからご覧ください)


PHOTOS BY MR. ART TIBALDO :



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speech by Atty. Edibert Tenefrancia, ex-city councilor.

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Mr. Genji Yoshida, Vocalist from Tokyo.

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representatives from international communities.

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Students from Juan G. Macaraeg National High School , Binalonan, Pangasinan.
they sang "Tanabata sama" Japanese song.


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also, they played the musical instrument "recorder" made in Japan.

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Speech by Ms. Mariko Okeda, representing Japan Foundation.

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Masamune Date , Japanese Samurai....by Mr. Rodney Arreola,
OTAGEKI cosplay assocation.

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Masamune Date arriving Baguio Museum.


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"World Heritage in Japan" Photo Exhibit.

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Job Vesh and his band.

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Japanese dance "Fortune Cookie in Love"(Koisuru Fortune Cookie)
by the AKB48 or BGO48 dancing team from Juan G. Macaraeg
National High School.

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they won the Grand Champion at the dancing contest
held in the program of Cosplay Tanabata Festival 4.

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their smils are so nice.

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Dancing team "Nyusuki" from La Union.


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the two dancing teams danced together...

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and, the teacher from Japan also joined.


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JICA official joined the dance.

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and the ladies experienced and enjoyed it, too.

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Mr. Koji Imaizumi, Film Director of "Abong / Small Home" in the right.
President of NPO Salubong-Tokyo.




PHOTO BY JANL/HO:


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Sendai city style Fukinagashi streamers at the entrance.
(water proof experimental ones)

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some hand-out information ...at the reception.



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helpers from Tokyo and Okayama, Japan.


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the ceremony is started now...


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Speech by Atty. Edibert Tenefrancia, ex-city councilor.


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Speech by City Councilor Betty Lourdes Tabanda.


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beautiful voice of Japanese song "Tsubasa wo Kudasai".

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Snack services by Shimizu(Nagasaki) Foundation & Chaya.

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Taiyaki services by JANL.


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Costume of Masamune Date for exhibit.


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Bag-iw Art Society exhibit.

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thanks a lot for your strong supports every year ...

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one of BGO(Baguio)48 dancing group...


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Arigatou Gozai masu.


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Philippine-Japan Friendship month events are
Sponsored, Supported, Cooperated, Organized by :


Baguio City
Embassy of Japan in the Philippines
The Japan Foundation, Manila
JICA Philippines Office
Filipino-Japanese Foundation of Northern Luzon, Inc.(Abong)
Baguio Museum Inc.
FDCP, Baguio Cinematheque
Baguio City National High School
Japanese Association in Northern Luzon, Inc.(JANL)


Benguet State University
Saint Louis University, Baguio
University of Baguio
University of the Cordilleras
University of the Philippines, Baguio


R.K.Shimizu(Nagasaki) Foundation, Inc.
Shimizu & Co., Ltd.
Pro Tech Machinery Corporation
Tokyo Rinkai Rotary Club
Sakura , Japanese Restaurant
Amida Software Asia, Inc.


Baguio Pines City Lions Club
Globe Telecom
Chaya, Contemporary Japanese Cuisine
Cordillera Green Network(CGN)
NPO Salubong-Tokyo
BECI International, Baguio
Juan G. Macaraeg National High School, Pangasinan
Baguio-Ryugaku.com


Otageki Cosplay Association, Inc.
XD Gumi
GOMEN
Bag-Iw Art Society
Kawaii Kazoku, University of Baguio
Anime_HQ, UP Baguio
UP SVA   
Hiten Okugi Shin Kai


Thanks a lot for your cooperation.
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by janlbaguio | 2015-08-10 16:10 | Activity 活動内容

1950年代の フィリピン・バギオ市の映像



1950年代の フィリピン・バギオ市の映像を紹介していただきましたので、
ご参考までに掲載いたします:

https://vimeo.com/121960862


この動画に含まれているのは、以下のような場所です:

ー ケノン・ロード 
ー キャンプ・ジョンヘイ
   (今のマノール・ホテルの敷地にあったメイン・クラブなど)
   (ベル野外円形劇場)
ー 戦車の残骸
ー マンション・ハウス (夏の大統領官邸)
ー パインズ・ホテルと思われる建物
  (今のSMバギオの敷地に戦後再建されたものと思われます)
ー バギオ大聖堂
ー バギオ市の市街地(爆撃の跡が残っているように見えます)
ー バーンハム・パーク
ー イースター・スクールの機織りと思われる場所
ー バギオ・シティー・マーケット (石造りの建物?)
ー ローデス・グロットのマリア像
ー 木彫りの様子
ー フィリピン・ミリタリー・アカデミー (日本の防衛大学に相当)
ー 戦争で廃墟となった建物 ?


この映像は戦後5~10年ぐらいの時に、米軍兵士の家族が撮影したもののように見えますが、
この時代には バギオ市の山々には 今のように住宅は建っていないようです・・・

今のどこの場所に当たるのか 明確でないところもありますので
間違いがありましたら お知らせいただければ幸いです・・


  
  
  
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by janlbaguio | 2015-03-13 23:23 | History バギオの歴史

今年もお世話になりました.  来る年がより良い年でありますように・・・



2014年
今年も 皆々様に 大変お世話になりました.

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フィリピンの年中行事最大のイベント クリスマス・・・・

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バギオ市長も毎年出席されるパーティーにご招待いただきました.

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元日本国名誉総領事邸でのお祝いには、日系人の皆様も多くいらっしゃいました.

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そして、バギオ在住の日本人の方のお宅にもご招待をいただきました・・・

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日頃なかなかお会いできない皆さんとお会いできるのは大変嬉しいことです・・

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そして、日本からバギオを訪問中の様々な皆さんにもお会いするチャンスでした・・

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来年が 皆々様にとって さらに素晴らしい年となりますよう ご祈念申し上げます.


北ルソン日本人会(JANL)
一同





     



     
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by janlbaguio | 2014-12-29 00:55 | Neighbers ご近所情報

CONSUL SERVICE IN BAGUIO - JAN 19, 2014



CONSUL SERVICE IN BAGUIO WILL BE HELD by Embassy of Japan
in the Philippines ON JANUARY 19, 2014 as follows :

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詳し内容は こちらのページでご覧ください:
http://janl.exblog.jp/19273243/


  





        


     



        
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by janlbaguio | 2014-01-08 15:57 | Activity 活動内容

Japanese Film Festival in Baguio 2013

2013 JAPANESE FILM FESTIVAL in Baguio City


As one of the events of Philippine-Japan Friendship Month 2013, we are pleased to inform you that Embassy of Japan in the Philippines and The Japan Foundation, Manila, will bring the below mentioned Japanese films during the said period in July/August 2013.


(1) Period of the Japanese Film Show

At the 5 major universities (BSU, SLU, UB, UC & UP).
Please check the Poster/Flyer for the detailed schedule.

At Baguio Cinematheque in Casa Vallejo.
2 weeks from 7/27(Sat) to 8/9(Fri). FREE ADMISSION



(3) Description of the Films

1. ALWAYS – Sunset on Third Street - 3

ALWAYS -Sunset on Third Street- 3
(142min/Color/2012)
 Director: Takashi Yamazaki
 Production Company:
NTV, ROBOT, Shogakukan, VAP, TOHO, DENTSU, YTV, Abe Shuji, Inc., The Yomiuri
Shimbun, SHIROGUMI, STV・MMT・SDT・CTV・HTV・FB

Trailer : ALWAYS 三丁目の夕日'64,Always: Sunset on Third Street 3
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=pnsaZNBxObg

 Story:
The third installment in a popular comedy-drama series following the lives of residents of
a Tokyo neighborhood, this time taking place in 1964. Shot using the same 3D system
as James Cameron's Avatar, it vividly evokes the vitality of the times by interspersing
nostalgic CG recreations of the Tokyo Olympics, the bullet train soon after it went into
operation, and more.
As the benefits of Japan's economic boom begin to be felt in Third Street in Sunset Town,
novelist Chagawa (Yoshioka Hidetaka) finds himself upstaged by a younger writer and
falls into a slump. Then he receives word from his family home in Nagano that his father
is seriously ill.
 Film Festival Awards:
2012 Hawaii International Film Festival, Spring Showcase
2012 Shanghai International Film Festival, Japan Film Week
2012 Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival, Vision Express
(c)2012 "Always3"Film Partners



2. Brave Story

BRAVE STORY
(111min/Color/2006/Animation)
 Director: Koichi Chigira
 Production Company: Fuji Television Network

Trailer : BRAVESTORY~予告編~
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-gbKlpvtsM&feature=player_embedded

 Story:
Based on a fantasy masterpiece by best selling author, Miyabe Miyuki.
A primary school pupil, Wataru, lives with his mother as his parents are divorced. His
mother slips into critical condition. "If you go to the other side of that door, you can
change your fate," says his new classmate, Mitsuru. Wataru follows his words and sets
off on a journey into the world of Vision.
Wataru becomes a trainee hero, and travels in search of a hidden treasure that has the
power to change fate. Mitsuru came to the world of Vision before Wataru in order to
bring back his sister who was killed in a forced double suicide by their father. Mitsuru
gets hold of the treasure, but as he touches it, it unleashes demons which have been
sealed off by the treasure. Vision is now full of demons. Wataru chases after Mitsuru in
order to contain the demons. Mitsuru loses his life in a battle against his own alter ego,
and he hands over the treasure to Wataru. Entrusted with fate, Wataru chooses to
prioritize peace in Vision over his wish to recover his happy home with his parents. The
demons are sealed away and peace returns to Vision once again.

(c) FUJI TELEVISION NETWORK/ GONZO/ WARNER ENTERTAINMENT JAPAN/ DENTSU/ SPWT


3. Light Up Nippon

Light Up Nippon
(90min/Color/2012/Documentary)
 Director: Kensaku Kakimoto
 Story:
On August 11, 2011 (exactly 5 months after the Great East Japan Earthquake),
thousands of fireworks were launched into the sky simultaneously at 10 locations in the
devastated areas along the Tohoku coast to commemorate the victims and energize the
region and the entire Japan.
The Japan Foundation,in collaboration with LIGHT UP NIPPON Executive Committee,
had produced a documentary film that featured challenges by the young Japanese
people supporting Tohoku’s recovery for the purpose of presenting a vivid image of
today’s young generation in Japan. The documentary was screened 127 times in total in
79 cities of 47 countries around the world in fiscal year 2012.

(c) Light Up Nippon Film Partners


4. Planzet

Planzet
(53min/Color/2010/Animation)
 Director: Jun Awazu
 Production Company: CoMix Wave Films, MEDIA FACTORY

Trailer : 映画『プランゼット』予告編 https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=4TBApkdwV0Y

 Story:
A full-CG animation depicting the war between space organisms and human beings.
The voice of the main character is played by Miyano Mamoru, who has voiced main
characters in many popular works including Mobile Suit Gundam 00 and was awarded
the leading actor award at the 2nd Annual Seiyu (Voice Actor) Awards. In 2053,
Akishima Hiroshi (Miyano), whose father was killed by space organisms called FOS,
joins the Planet Self-Defense Army. Hiroshi later becomes a pilot of the robot weapon
GL and throws himself into the final battle to decide the fate of the human race

(c)Jun Awazu/MEDIA FACTORY/CoMix Wave Films



5. NITABOH – Tsugaru Shamisen

NITABOH
(100min/Color/2004/Animation)
 Director: Akio Nishizawa
 Production Company: WAO Corporation
 Story:
Nitaboh was born to a poor family of a waterman, Santaro, (a man who let people on his
boat and help them to cross a river) living in Kanbara, in rural Aomori prefecture, at the
very northern tip of Japan’s main land. Nitaroh had an extremely humble background
which was out of "shinokosho" (a class distinction in the Edo Period. Shi, no, ko and sho
each means samurai, peasant, craftspeople and merchant.) Nitaroh’s mother died just
after his birth. In spite of being in such a sorry plight, he was a healthy child. However,
when he was 8 years old, he caught smallpox which was an epidemic at that time and
lost his eyesight. Nonetheless, he was looking for his way through life with an interest to
flute and Shakuhachi (traditional Japanese bamboo flute).



6,7,8,9. Japanese Anime Classic Collection – No.1 to No.4 boxes

Japanese Anime Classic Collection
(Black&White/1982-/Animation)
Collection of various classic Japanese anime including “Mighty Taro's Reckless
Training”(1928), “Momotaro the Undefeated”(1928) and “The Tiny One Makes It Big”(1929)
etc.

for more detailed description, please check the below web site:
Website: http://www.digital-meme.com/en/our_products/new_releases/4dvdset1.html

6 = No.1 Box : Year 1928-1931
7 = No.2 Box : Year 1931-1933
8 = No.3 Box : Year 1934-1936
9 = No.4 Box : Year 1936-1950


10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 Japan Video Topics – Vol. 1 to Vol. 6

Japan Video Topics

 Title (JPN)Title (ENG)Summary

Vol.1環境に優しい東北の町づくり
Tohoku's Eco-friendly ReconstructionJapan is making rapid progress with environmentally-friendly urban development, notably by expanding use of renewable energy. In the Tohoku region, hard struck by the 2011 disaster, such initiatives include the construction of large scale solar power generation facilities, plans for local energy independence and urban developments designed to minimize energy consumption. Eco-friendly urban development is slated to play a major role in the reconstruction of the Tohoku region.

日本の地熱発電
Geothermal Energy in JapanGeothermal is a long utilized source of renewable energy in Japan, a land of volcanoes and therefore abundant geothermal resources. Japan leads the world in geothermal technology, producing about 80% of all geothermal generating equipment. In this video, we see both advanced geothermal power plants and private enterprise initiatives to exploit this resource at the local level. Renewed focus on the importance of this energy resource is driving Japan's current enhanced development of geothermal power.

日本の最先端防災技術
Pioneering Disaster TechnologyLearning from its long experience in coping with natural disasters, Japan is implementing a wide range of initiatives aimed at disaster prevention and reduction. These include the early earthquake warning system of the Japan Meteorological Agency and the seismic detection systems of the Shinkansen and other railway networks. Technology such as base-isolated construction and airlift systems are making buildings more resistant to earth tremors, and we also see high tech robots for rescue work at disaster sites.

三陸復興国立公園
New National Park for SanrikuStretching for 600 kilometers along the Pacific coastline of the Tohoku region, Sanriku is one of Japan's most scenic areas. An enormous range of plant and animal life flourishes in this beautiful natural ecosystem, but Sanriku was hard hit by the great disaster of 2011. As part of the post-disaster reconstruction, there are now plans to designate the entire Sanriku area as one huge national park in order to revive a region where humankind and nature have long lived in harmony. The unique nature of this area is helping the regional reconstruction effort.


Vol.2武家の古都 鎌倉
Kamakura – Home of Samurai CultureAbout one hour by train from Tokyo, Kamakura came to prominence 800 years ago as the capital of the first samurai government. Today it's a popular tourist destination, welcoming over 19 million visitors every year. Set in a unique geographical location, Kamakura forms a showcase of samurai culture with its numerous and magnificent temples, shrines and historical remains. Two of Kamakura's most famous attractions are Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine and the Daibutsu Great Buddha statue.


東北地方の縄文遺跡
Jomon Archeological Sites in TohokuDuring the 10,000 years of the Jomon Period, starting about 12,000 years ago, the people of the Japanese islands gave up their nomadic lifestyle to live in fixed settlements. Instead of farming or breeding livestock, the Jomon people lived by hunting, fishing and gathering nuts and fruits. They made pottery and ornaments and ceremonially buried their dead. Of the many Jomon sites in the Tohoku region the most famous are Goshono (Iwate), the Oyu Stone Circles (Akita) and Sannai-Maruyama (Aomori).

沖縄の世界遺産
Okinawa World HeritageThe subtropical islands of Okinawa Prefecture attract over five million tourists a year with their sparkling seas, vibrant local culture, and many historical remains, now a World Heritage. There's the magnificent 15th century Shuri Castle, the royal palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom. Unique Okinawan castles with beautifully curved stone walls. And mysterious sacred groves, naturally formed in the forests and rocks. The World Heritage Sites of Okinawa are a living legacy of this region's rich history and cultural traditions.

富士山
Mt. Fuji, Japan's Sacred MountainWith its distinctive symmetrical outline, Japan's highest peak is surrounded by magnificently varied scenery. In the summer season, around 300,000 climbers scale Mount Fuji. The mountain was venerated as a holy place since ancient times, and the summit is considered especially sacred. Mount Fuji has profoundly influenced much Japanese art and culture, used as the theme of many prints and paintings, for example. The timeless beauty of this towering peak never fails to stir the hearts of all who see it.


Vol.3武道の精神 
World famous as sports, judo, kendo and karate are some of the Japanese martial-based arts known as budo. Developed from the mental and spiritual training systems used by the samurai, budo aims to perfect the character through constant training in technique, and to focus and unify the mind, practitioners will often sit in meditation before training sessions. The spirit of budo is developed by simultaneously training one's mind, technique and physical strength.

武道の技と力
Budo Techniques and PowerJapan's national sport of sumo originated from ancient Shinto religious rites to ensure good harvests. Sumo wrestlers attempt to unbalance their opponent for a power technique, even in the sudden opening clash of bodies. Judo, where the opponent's own force is used to throw him, allows small people to defeat larger ones – the soft overcoming the hard. Aikido, based on defensive techniques, interprets an opponent's strength, movements and intentions to lead and reverse an attack back. In karate one learns to fight by practicing set patterns of attack and defense called kata.

武道の道具
Traditional Budo EquipmentThe budo arts that maintain the samurai warrior spirit and martial techniques also preserve many unique weapons, implements and equipment. For example, there's the bamboo sword called shinai used in kendo, and the traditional bamboo bows and 3-feathered arrows of kyudo. These traditional implements and equipment are essential in the various forms of budo to help focus the practitioner's concentration and strengthen the power of the will.

現代に生きる武道
Budo TodayBudo continues to have a profound influence on Japanese life. Considered an excellent form of character training for children, classes in a budo art such as sumo, kendo or judo are compulsory in Japanese schools. Budo techniques originally developed to revive and treat injuries in combat are now valued and widely used in regular clinics. At festivals throughout Japan, budo displays often play a central role. Offering far more than just sophisticated fighting techniques, the spirit and heart of budo is alive and well today.


Vol.4流行発信都市東京
Trendsetting TokyoIdol group AKB48, now extending their fame to the world stage through performances in Paris, New York, Singapore and elsewhere, began - and still perform every day - in Akihabara, an area of Tokyo that's home to many dynamic youth subcultures like anime and manga. On the other side of the metropolis, Harajuku is the center for Tokyo's thriving street fashion scene and many small design houses whose Japanese brands regularly become international hits. Tokyo has a very long history of setting trends domestically, and its influence on world trends continues to grow.

スカイツリーと下町文化
Tokyo's Latest LandmarkOpened on May 22, 2012, the 634 meters tall Tokyo Sky Tree is the world's highest free-standing communications tower. The tower's observation decks are hugely popular with people who come to enjoy the combination of this ultra-modern structure and the old-world atmosphere of the surrounding commercial downtown area with its many traditional shops. This new landmark promises to spur a revival of the old downtown, attracting visitors to this area and its unique, historically vibrant culture.

スポーツシティ東京
Tokyo – City of SportsThe image of Tokyo is of a giant metropolis dominated by towering skyscrapers, but this huge city also takes pride in its world-class sports facilities, ranging from enormous athletics stadiums to football grounds, gymnasiums, swimming pools and martial arts dojos. Tokyo hosts many annual international events in a wide variety of sports, and even the great earthquake and tsunami of March 2011 did not interrupt the regular flow of world athletes eager to show off their skills here. It's not just the quality of the facilities that draws athletes and sports fans from around the world - packed with tourist attractions, Tokyo is a great place to experience Japanese culture.

グルメシティ東京
Gourmet TokyoFresh foodstuffs from all over Japan are readily available in Tokyo, and this is also a wonderful place to discover the nation's huge variety of regional cuisines. You don't need to travel to the farthest parts of these islands to try rare local delicacies or cooking styles - there's sure to be a specialist restaurant serving them somewhere in Tokyo. International cuisine is also readily available - part of Tokyo's charm is the ease with which you can dine on dishes from any part of the globe. All of Asia's famous cuisines are well represented, of course, but food from places as far off as Latin America and Africa is easy to find.


Vol.5小学校の一日
The School Daypanese children must attend elementary school from age six to age 12. We see a typical school day, with pupils learning core subjects like Japanese language, math, science and social studies in their homeroom classroom, and then moving to dedicated rooms to study music, crafts or home economics. The distinctive Japanese approaches to school meals, cleaning and school club activities are also shown.
給食School MealsJapan's elementary schools provide school lunches, and everyone eats from the same menu. Children from each class are assigned the task of bringing food from the kitchen and serving it. This unique system is not only valued for providing correct nutrition – it is designed to teach children the importance of a balanced, healthy diet, and to introduce them to different culinary traditions from other Japanese regions and from all over the world.

学校行事
School EventsEvents held throughout the elementary school year to deepen and round out pupils' educations include day visits to interesting local places and longer trips to further regions. The annual sports day is a major occasion, as are traditional cultural events like brush calligraphy contests. And all schools hold regular drills to prepare their pupils to react safely in case of emergencies like earthquakes or fires.

夏休み
Summer VacationThe Japanese school year starts from April, and there is a long mid-year vacation in the heat of the summer from late July to the end of August. We see how pupils are encouraged to take the opportunity of this long summer break not only for leisure, but also for special studies, sports and other training that is better done independently out of class times.


Vol.6歳時記-春
SpringThe traditional start of spring is marked by the mame-maki custom of throwing beans to drive away evil spirits. There are special events to pray for good health in children, and of course the custom of partying under the cherry blossoms – symbols of spring. We also see farmers start the rice planting, and the traditional ceremonies that accompany it.

歳時記-夏
SummerThe star festival of Tanabata is widely celebrated in early July. Now the rains have passed and sunny skies are here, the Japanese head for the beach. There are fireworks displays and many summer festivals such as the lively bon odori. We also see some traditional methods for bringing a little coolness into the hottest part of their summer.

歳時記-秋
AutumnAs cool weather returns, the famously beautiful autumn harvest moon brings with it its own traditions and ceremonies. Then the forested mountains begin to turn red and gold. It’s the season for chrysanthemum festivals, the traditional children’s festival of Shichigosan, and of course every region has its own unique harvest thanksgiving events.

歳時記-冬
WinterIn winter, you can enjoy events like the November markets selling kumade traditional lucky charms, spectacular street illuminations in the major cities, and skiing and snowboarding on the snow-covered mountains. New Year customs include eating special food, ringing temple bells, and decorating the house with traditional symbols.




16. 40th Year of ASEAN-JAPAN Friendship & Coop.
This film was made by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.

http://www.mofa.go.jp/region/asia-paci/asean/relation/ja40/index.html
ASEAN and Japan mark the 40th anniversary of ASEAN-Japan Dialogue relations in 2013. To celebrate this milestone, the ASEAN Post Ministerial Conference with Japan, held in July 2012, agreed to carry out commemorative activities throughout 2013.





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Japanese Film Festival in Baguio 2013 バギオ日本映画祭

2013 JAPANESE FILM FESTIVAL in Baguio City
フィリピン・バギオ市で開催される 日本映画祭2013 の内容です。


As one of the events of Philippine-Japan Friendship Month 2013, we are pleased to inform you that Embassy of Japan in the Philippines and The Japan Foundation, Manila, will bring the below mentioned Japanese films during the said period in July/August 2013.


(1) Period of the Japanese Film Show

At the 5 major universities (BSU, SLU, UB, UC & UP).
Please check the Poster/Flyer for the detailed schedule.

At Baguio Cinematheque in Casa Vallejo.
2 weeks from 7/27(Sat) to 8/9(Fri). FREE ADMISSION



(3) Description of the Films

1. ALWAYS – Sunset on Third Street - 3

ALWAYS -Sunset on Third Street- 3
(142min/Color/2012)
 Director: Takashi Yamazaki
 Production Company:
NTV, ROBOT, Shogakukan, VAP, TOHO, DENTSU, YTV, Abe Shuji, Inc., The Yomiuri
Shimbun, SHIROGUMI, STV・MMT・SDT・CTV・HTV・FB
 Story:
The third installment in a popular comedy-drama series following the lives of residents of
a Tokyo neighborhood, this time taking place in 1964. Shot using the same 3D system
as James Cameron's Avatar, it vividly evokes the vitality of the times by interspersing
nostalgic CG recreations of the Tokyo Olympics, the bullet train soon after it went into
operation, and more.
As the benefits of Japan's economic boom begin to be felt in Third Street in Sunset Town,
novelist Chagawa (Yoshioka Hidetaka) finds himself upstaged by a younger writer and
falls into a slump. Then he receives word from his family home in Nagano that his father
is seriously ill.
 Film Festival Awards:
2012 Hawaii International Film Festival, Spring Showcase
2012 Shanghai International Film Festival, Japan Film Week
2012 Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival, Vision Express
(c)2012 "Always3"Film Partners



2. Brave Story

BRAVE STORY
(111min/Color/2006/Animation)
 Director: Koichi Chigira
 Production Company: Fuji Television Network
 Story:
Based on a fantasy masterpiece by best selling author, Miyabe Miyuki.
A primary school pupil, Wataru, lives with his mother as his parents are divorced. His
mother slips into critical condition. "If you go to the other side of that door, you can
change your fate," says his new classmate, Mitsuru. Wataru follows his words and sets
off on a journey into the world of Vision.
Wataru becomes a trainee hero, and travels in search of a hidden treasure that has the
power to change fate. Mitsuru came to the world of Vision before Wataru in order to
bring back his sister who was killed in a forced double suicide by their father. Mitsuru
gets hold of the treasure, but as he touches it, it unleashes demons which have been
sealed off by the treasure. Vision is now full of demons. Wataru chases after Mitsuru in
order to contain the demons. Mitsuru loses his life in a battle against his own alter ego,
and he hands over the treasure to Wataru. Entrusted with fate, Wataru chooses to
prioritize peace in Vision over his wish to recover his happy home with his parents. The
demons are sealed away and peace returns to Vision once again.

(c) FUJI TELEVISION NETWORK/ GONZO/ WARNER ENTERTAINMENT JAPAN/ DENTSU/ SPWT


3. Light Up Nippon

Light Up Nippon
(90min/Color/2012/Documentary)
 Director: Kensaku Kakimoto
 Story:
On August 11, 2011 (exactly 5 months after the Great East Japan Earthquake),
thousands of fireworks were launched into the sky simultaneously at 10 locations in the
devastated areas along the Tohoku coast to commemorate the victims and energize the
region and the entire Japan.
The Japan Foundation,in collaboration with LIGHT UP NIPPON Executive Committee,
had produced a documentary film that featured challenges by the young Japanese
people supporting Tohoku’s recovery for the purpose of presenting a vivid image of
today’s young generation in Japan. The documentary was screened 127 times in total in
79 cities of 47 countries around the world in fiscal year 2012.

(c) Light Up Nippon Film Partners


4. Planzet

Planzet
(53min/Color/2010/Animation)
 Director: Jun Awazu
 Production Company: CoMix Wave Films, MEDIA FACTORY
 Story:
A full-CG animation depicting the war between space organisms and human beings.
The voice of the main character is played by Miyano Mamoru, who has voiced main
characters in many popular works including Mobile Suit Gundam 00 and was awarded
the leading actor award at the 2nd Annual Seiyu (Voice Actor) Awards. In 2053,
Akishima Hiroshi (Miyano), whose father was killed by space organisms called FOS,
joins the Planet Self-Defense Army. Hiroshi later becomes a pilot of the robot weapon
GL and throws himself into the final battle to decide the fate of the human race

(c)Jun Awazu/MEDIA FACTORY/CoMix Wave Films



5. NITABOH – Tsugaru Shamisen

NITABOH
(100min/Color/2004/Animation)
 Director: Akio Nishizawa
 Production Company: WAO Corporation
 Story:
Nitaboh was born to a poor family of a waterman, Santaro, (a man who let people on his
boat and help them to cross a river) living in Kanbara, in rural Aomori prefecture, at the
very northern tip of Japan’s main land. Nitaroh had an extremely humble background
which was out of "shinokosho" (a class distinction in the Edo Period. Shi, no, ko and sho
each means samurai, peasant, craftspeople and merchant.) Nitaroh’s mother died just
after his birth. In spite of being in such a sorry plight, he was a healthy child. However,
when he was 8 years old, he caught smallpox which was an epidemic at that time and
lost his eyesight. Nonetheless, he was looking for his way through life with an interest to
flute and Shakuhachi (traditional Japanese bamboo flute).



6,7,8,9. Japanese Anime Classic Collection – No.1 to No.4 boxes

Japanese Anime Classic Collection
(Black&White/1982-/Animation)
Collection of various classic Japanese anime including “Mighty Taro's Reckless
Training”(1928), “Momotaro the Undefeated”(1928) and “The Tiny One Makes It Big”(1929)
etc.

for more detailed description, please check the below web site:
Website: http://www.digital-meme.com/en/our_products/new_releases/4dvdset1.html

6 = No.1 Box : Year 1928-1931
7 = No.2 Box : Year 1931-1933
8 = No.3 Box : Year 1934-1936
9 = No.4 Box : Year 1936-1950


10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 Japan Video Topics – Vol. 1 to Vol. 6

Japan Video Topics
 Title (JPN)Title (ENG)Summary

Vol.1環境に優しい東北の町づくりTohoku's Eco-friendly ReconstructionJapan is making rapid progress with environmentally-friendly urban development, notably by expanding use of renewable energy. In the Tohoku region, hard struck by the 2011 disaster, such initiatives include the construction of large scale solar power generation facilities, plans for local energy independence and urban developments designed to minimize energy consumption. Eco-friendly urban development is slated to play a major role in the reconstruction of the Tohoku region.

日本の地熱発電Geothermal Energy in JapanGeothermal is a long utilized source of renewable energy in Japan, a land of volcanoes and therefore abundant geothermal resources. Japan leads the world in geothermal technology, producing about 80% of all geothermal generating equipment. In this video, we see both advanced geothermal power plants and private enterprise initiatives to exploit this resource at the local level. Renewed focus on the importance of this energy resource is driving Japan's current enhanced development of geothermal power.

日本の最先端防災技術Pioneering Disaster TechnologyLearning from its long experience in coping with natural disasters, Japan is implementing a wide range of initiatives aimed at disaster prevention and reduction. These include the early earthquake warning system of the Japan Meteorological Agency and the seismic detection systems of the Shinkansen and other railway networks. Technology such as base-isolated construction and airlift systems are making buildings more resistant to earth tremors, and we also see high tech robots for rescue work at disaster sites.

三陸復興国立公園New National Park for SanrikuStretching for 600 kilometers along the Pacific coastline of the Tohoku region, Sanriku is one of Japan's most scenic areas. An enormous range of plant and animal life flourishes in this beautiful natural ecosystem, but Sanriku was hard hit by the great disaster of 2011. As part of the post-disaster reconstruction, there are now plans to designate the entire Sanriku area as one huge national park in order to revive a region where humankind and nature have long lived in harmony. The unique nature of this area is helping the regional reconstruction effort.

Vol.2武家の古都 鎌倉Kamakura – Home of Samurai CultureAbout one hour by train from Tokyo, Kamakura came to prominence 800 years ago as the capital of the first samurai government. Today it's a popular tourist destination, welcoming over 19 million visitors every year. Set in a unique geographical location, Kamakura forms a showcase of samurai culture with its numerous and magnificent temples, shrines and historical remains. Two of Kamakura's most famous attractions are Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine and the Daibutsu Great Buddha statue.


東北地方の縄文遺跡Jomon Archeological Sites in TohokuDuring the 10,000 years of the Jomon Period, starting about 12,000 years ago, the people of the Japanese islands gave up their nomadic lifestyle to live in fixed settlements. Instead of farming or breeding livestock, the Jomon people lived by hunting, fishing and gathering nuts and fruits. They made pottery and ornaments and ceremonially buried their dead. Of the many Jomon sites in the Tohoku region the most famous are Goshono (Iwate), the Oyu Stone Circles (Akita) and Sannai-Maruyama (Aomori).

沖縄の世界遺産Okinawa World HeritageThe subtropical islands of Okinawa Prefecture attract over five million tourists a year with their sparkling seas, vibrant local culture, and many historical remains, now a World Heritage. There's the magnificent 15th century Shuri Castle, the royal palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom. Unique Okinawan castles with beautifully curved stone walls. And mysterious sacred groves, naturally formed in the forests and rocks. The World Heritage Sites of Okinawa are a living legacy of this region's rich history and cultural traditions.

富士山Mt. Fuji, Japan's Sacred MountainWith its distinctive symmetrical outline, Japan's highest peak is surrounded by magnificently varied scenery. In the summer season, around 300,000 climbers scale Mount Fuji. The mountain was venerated as a holy place since ancient times, and the summit is considered especially sacred. Mount Fuji has profoundly influenced much Japanese art and culture, used as the theme of many prints and paintings, for example. The timeless beauty of this towering peak never fails to stir the hearts of all who see it.

Vol.3武道の精神 World famous as sports, judo, kendo and karate are some of the Japanese martial-based arts known as budo. Developed from the mental and spiritual training systems used by the samurai, budo aims to perfect the character through constant training in technique, and to focus and unify the mind, practitioners will often sit in meditation before training sessions. The spirit of budo is developed by simultaneously training one's mind, technique and physical strength.

武道の技と力Budo Techniques and PowerJapan's national sport of sumo originated from ancient Shinto religious rites to ensure good harvests. Sumo wrestlers attempt to unbalance their opponent for a power technique, even in the sudden opening clash of bodies. Judo, where the opponent's own force is used to throw him, allows small people to defeat larger ones – the soft overcoming the hard. Aikido, based on defensive techniques, interprets an opponent's strength, movements and intentions to lead and reverse an attack back. In karate one learns to fight by practicing set patterns of attack and defense called kata.

武道の道具Traditional Budo EquipmentThe budo arts that maintain the samurai warrior spirit and martial techniques also preserve many unique weapons, implements and equipment. For example, there's the bamboo sword called shinai used in kendo, and the traditional bamboo bows and 3-feathered arrows of kyudo. These traditional implements and equipment are essential in the various forms of budo to help focus the practitioner's concentration and strengthen the power of the will.

現代に生きる武道Budo TodayBudo continues to have a profound influence on Japanese life. Considered an excellent form of character training for children, classes in a budo art such as sumo, kendo or judo are compulsory in Japanese schools. Budo techniques originally developed to revive and treat injuries in combat are now valued and widely used in regular clinics. At festivals throughout Japan, budo displays often play a central role. Offering far more than just sophisticated fighting techniques, the spirit and heart of budo is alive and well today.

Vol.4流行発信都市東京Trendsetting TokyoIdol group AKB48, now extending their fame to the world stage through performances in Paris, New York, Singapore and elsewhere, began - and still perform every day - in Akihabara, an area of Tokyo that's home to many dynamic youth subcultures like anime and manga. On the other side of the metropolis, Harajuku is the center for Tokyo's thriving street fashion scene and many small design houses whose Japanese brands regularly become international hits. Tokyo has a very long history of setting trends domestically, and its influence on world trends continues to grow.

スカイツリーと下町文化Tokyo's Latest LandmarkOpened on May 22, 2012, the 634 meters tall Tokyo Sky Tree is the world's highest free-standing communications tower. The tower's observation decks are hugely popular with people who come to enjoy the combination of this ultra-modern structure and the old-world atmosphere of the surrounding commercial downtown area with its many traditional shops. This new landmark promises to spur a revival of the old downtown, attracting visitors to this area and its unique, historically vibrant culture.

スポーツシティ東京Tokyo – City of SportsThe image of Tokyo is of a giant metropolis dominated by towering skyscrapers, but this huge city also takes pride in its world-class sports facilities, ranging from enormous athletics stadiums to football grounds, gymnasiums, swimming pools and martial arts dojos. Tokyo hosts many annual international events in a wide variety of sports, and even the great earthquake and tsunami of March 2011 did not interrupt the regular flow of world athletes eager to show off their skills here. It's not just the quality of the facilities that draws athletes and sports fans from around the world - packed with tourist attractions, Tokyo is a great place to experience Japanese culture.

グルメシティ東京Gourmet TokyoFresh foodstuffs from all over Japan are readily available in Tokyo, and this is also a wonderful place to discover the nation's huge variety of regional cuisines. You don't need to travel to the farthest parts of these islands to try rare local delicacies or cooking styles - there's sure to be a specialist restaurant serving them somewhere in Tokyo. International cuisine is also readily available - part of Tokyo's charm is the ease with which you can dine on dishes from any part of the globe. All of Asia's famous cuisines are well represented, of course, but food from places as far off as Latin America and Africa is easy to find.

Vol.5小学校の一日The School Daypanese children must attend elementary school from age six to age 12. We see a typical school day, with pupils learning core subjects like Japanese language, math, science and social studies in their homeroom classroom, and then moving to dedicated rooms to study music, crafts or home economics. The distinctive Japanese approaches to school meals, cleaning and school club activities are also shown.

給食School MealsJapan's elementary schools provide school lunches, and everyone eats from the same menu. Children from each class are assigned the task of bringing food from the kitchen and serving it. This unique system is not only valued for providing correct nutrition – it is designed to teach children the importance of a balanced, healthy diet, and to introduce them to different culinary traditions from other Japanese regions and from all over the world.

学校行事School EventsEvents held throughout the elementary school year to deepen and round out pupils' educations include day visits to interesting local places and longer trips to further regions. The annual sports day is a major occasion, as are traditional cultural events like brush calligraphy contests. And all schools hold regular drills to prepare their pupils to react safely in case of emergencies like earthquakes or fires.

夏休みSummer VacationThe Japanese school year starts from April, and there is a long mid-year vacation in the heat of the summer from late July to the end of August. We see how pupils are encouraged to take the opportunity of this long summer break not only for leisure, but also for special studies, sports and other training that is better done independently out of class times.

Vol.6歳時記-春SpringThe traditional start of spring is marked by the mame-maki custom of throwing beans to drive away evil spirits. There are special events to pray for good health in children, and of course the custom of partying under the cherry blossoms – symbols of spring. We also see farmers start the rice planting, and the traditional ceremonies that accompany it.

歳時記-夏SummerThe star festival of Tanabata is widely celebrated in early July. Now the rains have passed and sunny skies are here, the Japanese head for the beach. There are fireworks displays and many summer festivals such as the lively bon odori. We also see some traditional methods for bringing a little coolness into the hottest part of their summer.

歳時記-秋AutumnAs cool weather returns, the famously beautiful autumn harvest moon brings with it its own traditions and ceremonies. Then the forested mountains begin to turn red and gold. It’s the season for chrysanthemum festivals, the traditional children’s festival of Shichigosan, and of course every region has its own unique harvest thanksgiving events.

歳時記-冬WinterIn winter, you can enjoy events like the November markets selling kumade traditional lucky charms, spectacular street illuminations in the major cities, and skiing and snowboarding on the snow-covered mountains. New Year customs include eating special food, ringing temple bells, and decorating the house with traditional symbols.




16. 40th Year of ASEAN-JAPAN Friendship & Coop.

This film was made by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.

http://www.mofa.go.jp/region/asia-paci/asean/relation/ja40/index.html
ASEAN and Japan mark the 40th anniversary of ASEAN-Japan Dialogue relations in 2013. To celebrate this milestone, the ASEAN Post Ministerial Conference with Japan, held in July 2012, agreed to carry out commemorative activities throughout 2013.

ASEAN and Japan's cooperative partnership began in 1973 with the establishment of ASEAN-Japan forum on synthetic rubber. Through the years, ASEAN and Japan have forged close cooperation towards peace, stability, development and prosperity in Asia. They have established close business partnership with total bilateral trade amounting to 248 billion US dollars in 2011. ASEAN Member States are major foreign direct investment destinations for Japanese enterprises.

For 2013, Japan and ASEAN Member States plan to carry out exchange projects in a wide range of fields, including political dialogue, economy, culture, youth, and tourism. Exchange programs of concerned organizations and private sectors are encouraged, as are collaborative activities by government and private sectors.



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フィリピン・バギオ フラワー・フェスティバル2013 行事予定

フィリピンでも最大級のイベント、高原避暑地バギオ市の目玉
2013年のPANAGBENGA フラワー・フェスティバルの予定の概要が
発表されましたので、ご参考まで。

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2月23日(土)の ダンシング・パレード と
2月24日(日)の フラワー・パレード(花車パレード) が 一番の目玉です。

その後1週間、セッション・ロードは多くの出店で埋まり、歩行者天国となります。


 
 
 
    
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本年も どうぞ宜しくお願い致します。 北ルソン日本人会 in バギオ

謹賀新年

旧年中は大変お世話になりました。
本年も素晴らしい年となりますよう、宜しくお願い致します。

皆々様のご健康とご多幸を お祈り申し上げます。

北ルソン日本人会(JANL)一同

2013年元旦

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上記「書初め」の指導ボランティアを募集中です。
書初めをするのは、JANLの子供たち、アボンの奨学生、バギオ大学の学生など
ほとんど初めて習字をする子供たちです。
お気軽にボランティア参加をお願いします。




 
 
 
 
    
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アボンの歴史と 「着物ショー」 2012

2012年9月16日に北ルソン比日友交協会の40周年、北ルソン比日基金の
25周年をお祝いする式典と「着物ショー」が開催されましたが、
その関連の記事が手に入りましたのでご紹介いたします。

アボン(Abong)の歴史を概観できる内容になっています。

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(写真の上でクリックすれば 拡大できます。)

尚、この記事は着物ショーを共催した国際エンゼル協会の報告となっています。

イベント当日の写真などは、こちらのページをご参照ください。 




  


    
     
 
 
   
 
 
 
 


   
  
  
 
 
 
 
 
     
    
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