Although we only had this once, it was very awesome. Writing in Kanji and Hiragana is very hard and as it seems so complex. I never I'd ever be able to write in such way or even get the opportunity to learn. Jishukan is filled with many wonderful things to and learn.
So japan has three writing systems kanji, hiragana and katakana. Kanji is chinese characters but still used for japanese language. Kanji characters have meanings and convey ideas. They can sometimes look like their meaning, for example fire flames or mountains. Hiragana are symbols used to represent every sound in the japanese language. Katakana like hiragana, are symbols used to represent every sound in the japanese language but this type of writing I used for foreign words or sounds(onomatopoeia).
It was such an awesome experience. I was able to write the word mind (kokoro), to represent my interest in people, their mind and the world of psychology. The word Justice (seigi) - to represent my interest in law and a fair legal system, one that will not only send bad people away but in a fair measures for everyone. The name Jack - the name of my buddies dog who wants to eat my guts. My buddies name, Yuki whom at the time i thought was just was a beautiful girl who had welcomed me into their home but now I see her a friend and a sister I will never forget.
😁Arigatou & Meitaki Ma'ata😁
Hey Guys! My Name is obviously Memory and im a year 12 student.