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Thuy Duong Nguyen » HABATAKU

Thuy Duong Nguyen

Thuy Duong Nguyen

Thuy Duong Nguyen

I had a spring break in the country meaningful Japan Study Tour thanks trip organized by the company Habataku! Unlike conventional tours, study tours, you have the opportunity to help themselves learn and discover things so enjoyable and so much more meaningful.

I had a spring break in the country meaningful Japan Study Tour thanks trip organized by the company Habataku! Unlike conventional tours, study tours, you have the opportunity to help themselves learn and discover things so enjoyable and so much more meaningful.

While in Tokyo, we both have moved mostly walking and tram. I only knew the first day you take the few Japanese and until it is delivered to the road to find it challenging to feel a little worried because I do not have kids very good way! Not to mention the morning in extremely crowded trains, on ships, they notified her in Japanese, the Japanese do not know letters. Luckily thanks to the guidance of his house mates have found the need to train station, then I use Google Maps to find your way to school but got lost because the map in Japan is contrary, if the map only you go left, you have to go right! And I finally found time to Tokyo University! And we can be confident that myself already know how to use the subway How!

I still get to go Shinkansen – the fastest high-speed train to reach the Akita World. Normally, the bus ride takes 11-12 hours to get to Akita Shinkansen, but takes only 3 hours away. You have to understand why people goi Shinkansen is the pride of Japan. Akita in the north of Japan should the weather here is quite cold, and there is more snow! Unlike the noisy, bustling Tokyo, Akita very peaceful and quiet. The people here are extremely friendly and hospitable. We are guided her traditional cooking, shopping is early (Asaichi) and enjoy a lot of good food here. Despite very cold weather but found it was really warm yourself by the warm welcome and the hospitality of the people here. It was probably never forget that when in Akita my homestay family here. Her family have 4 sons, the children are very lovely and cute. They had a language barrier because I did not know Japanese, but the kids were too young to know English, so we have tried our best to use body language or google translator to understand each other. I had a period of very glad to be here! Their children in Japan, according to independent education seen since very small, as the youngest in his homestay house 3 years old but all homemade and dietary needs as adults always, I see a very different compared to children in Vietnam. The oldest is 11 years old but has been able to replace their mother manage and women are very much mom that I think I was 11 years old back then you not be like her. Sure there’s a chance you’ll come back and visit family Akita their homestay.

I found myself getting a lot on this trip, not only knowledge, but also add a lot of new friends, the delegation accompanying you to Vietnam, the Vietnam your students in Japan and Japanese students. Through the workshop, the trips, the universities themselves have a clearer vision of the educational environment and the lives of the students here. Since then myself also more specific orientations for the future. Whether trip lasted only 1 week, not too long, but enough to let her know more about the country, culture and people of Japan with our own experience and not through the press or books at all. I would surely go back to Japan someday!

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