Foreign Residents Division
It was cancelled in 2020 due to health concerns surrounding the outbreak of Covid-19.
KIFA participated in the Kisarazu "Yassai Mossai" Dance Festival.
The staff of Embassy of Ecuador and a Ecuadorean chef came to Kisarazu and we enjoyed Ecuadorean cooking class.
Next year marks the 100th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Ecuador and Japan.
The Bulgarian cooking class with staff of Embassy of Bulgaria and the tourist information center was held on August 27, 2017.
There were about 40 participants.
We made soup served cold, stew, and dessert with yogurt.
After cooking, we heard a lot about Bulgaria, such as Bulgarian mythology, effects of Bulgarian yogurt and rose jam for beauty, and so on.
On that day, we could buy wine and rose jam. We spend a wonderful time.
We spent time with the Togolese ambassadress, the accountant’s wife, the public relations officer and the secretary. What’s more we enjoyed Togolese cooking.
Togolese food was very interesting and remarkable for us.
They showed us their culture after we were satisfied with the cuisine we cooked. Their dance accompanied by djembe, Togolese drum, was impressive.
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Brazilian Dance, Middle east dance, Phlipino Song or dance
We all enjoyed our annual Barbecue and Nagashi-Somen event on August 2nd.
This year, 53 people came along to the event (46 adults and 7 children) and we enjoyed perfect weather.
We played some games, ate lots of delicious food and had a really fun time!
We are looking forward to next year's BBQ already!!
Using the different maps prepared by the city hall for distribution to the citizens of Kisarazu, the participants learned about the hazards, the evacuation sites, and the items to prepare during a disaster.
They were also able to taste bread and water for use during disasters.
The process was interactive and the participants learned a lot from the session which they can share to the other members of their group.
We went to Sagamihara campus of Japan Aerospace Exploration Angency, JAXA.
The left photo is a life-size model of the Asteroid Explorer “HAYABUSA”.
Below is the world's largest solid propellant launch vehicle M-V Rocket (real vehicle) and a life-size model of the M-3SII Rocket.
This is our favorite pose, Savasana or corpse pose.
We enjoyed not only food but also a concert and games.
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