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大阪・高槻に4月1日オープンした英会話カフェ「和」のスタッフブログです。

和は高槻にある英会話カフェです。





ゆったりとした時のながれる和空間で


楽しい英会話がくりひろげられていますABC


レベルに関係なくお楽しみいただけます☆


是非おこしください(^o^)/





営業時間


木:2時から8時


金:2時から8時


土:2時から8時





詳しくはホームぺ―ジをごらんください





ホームページ:englishcafewa.jimdo.com


メール:engcafewa@gmail.com


電話番号:072-683-3801


※この番号へのお電話は営業時間内(木・金・土の2~8pm)によろしくお願いいたします。



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Today we talked about many things, and had an interesting discussion about changes in technology. For example, how companies functioned before email and cell phones was much different from what we see today. We remembered our first computers and using a dial-up connection to get on the internet. In the far future, it will be interesting to try and explain how life was before current technology. What kind of things do you think will be developed in the next 20 years is an interesting thing to wonder about. Of course, as one of our guests pointed out, hopefully the new technology is not harmful to the environment.
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It wasn't actually all that lazy! We talked a lot about the university student protests during the '70s. I only rarely hear about Japanese people going on strike or demonstrating, so it was really interesting to hear how intense the situation was back then. I wonder how young people nowadays think about the future, and about everything that is happening in the world right now. What is your view on the future, are you looking forward to what still has to come? Please let me know!
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I had a 4-hour shift straight away after haven't come in for a while, but it went smoother than expected. I learnt a lot about Japanese and Japan again too, like its history, interesting places to visit, and so on. I hope I actually end up teaching everyone interesting things as well about English!

I was surprised to hear the US seems to be a nice place to study abroad to, being a bit of an escape from Japan's so-called rigid lifestyle. I have to admit we tend to be somewhat more flexible in the West, but it has its disadvantages, too! Especially in Belgium, some (a lot of?) people don't do their job properly at all, which causes much frustration sometimes. In other words, I still love being in Japan personally!
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昨日 The Fourth Anniversary Party に参加してくだった皆様ありがとうございました。
今回はRed, Green, Orange, Yellowの4チームに分かれていただきチーム対抗のゲームを楽しんでいただきました。
心のこもったお持ち寄りのお料理を堪能したあと、イースターにちなんでEaster Egg Hunting 。その後テランスによるオランダの紹介。テランスの表情や表現に思わずカッコイイと思った人もいたのでは??
そしてこれまたイースターがらみでEaster Egg Relay.
そしてメインゲームのジャパディー。今回の参加者の皆様とてもアグレッシブ。難易度の高い高得点の問題を積極的に選んでおられました。...

結果はマットがリーダーのGreen チームが優勝。
Congratulations!!

皆様のおかげに楽しいひとときを過ごすことができました。
ありがとうございました。


尚、Facebook とホームページに写真を掲載いたしましたのでご覧下さい。

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Why do I always talk about food? I can:t help it. I don:t know if it is just because japanese food is so tasty...exceot the seafood! or if it is actually because I am a lways hungry.
But we did als talk about education and school. THe English school and education system is quite different to Japanese and American systems. So when people tell me they are in highschool, 5th grade, or elementary school, I have no idea what that means, and nor do any other English People.
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Heart is paining...sometime we say. That means that we have to think of our health more and more. One of our guest is concerning about heart attack and how can we get rid of it. We have to check up,body as a practice.
In the meantime, we talked about the life style of US and New Zealand as two of our guest already being there for their job and studies. According to them, its much easily than Japan as the way people think. Anyway, they enjoyed their life.
At last but not least, we talked the cultural things in Japan and wonder that most of parents are not involved in their marriage and its discussion. Its really good thinking of our life and we say, good bye to end....
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We must have been hungry today, because we talked about food for a long time! I went to Nagoya earlier this week and had a chance to eat hitsumabushi unagi, tebasaki chicken, and miso katsu, which are the specialties of that city. Seattle, my hometown, is famous for salmon, coffee, and apples. In Seattle, you can get really big, juicy apples for a cheap price. Also, did you know that most Americans eat apples without peeling the skin off? I often eat apples without cutting them at all. So, what are the hometown specialties of your city? I think for Kyoto it's matcha, and Osaka must be okonomiyaki, but are there any others? Please let me know, because I want to try them!
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Today was a very interesting day! We talked about current affairs in Japan. In particular, we had a nice discussion about bullying during high school. This discussion was very interesting, because there was a former teacher taking part of the discussion. In addition, we shared the positions that the parents are likely to take when bullying occurs. We also disussed the new miss Japan. Is she Japanese or is she Japanese-American? Furthermore, what kind of perception does Japanese society have of her? At the end, we talked about the Netherlands. I enjoy sharing experiences about my home country with our guests. Sadly, there was no recommendation of the week, hopefully in two weeks!
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Hisashiburi!

I have come back to Japan and Cafe Wa! Some people today remembered me from 2013 when I was last here, and it was good to catch up with everyone!

This time, my girlfriend Rhiannon has joined me and will also be working here.

Today we talked about food (One of my favourite things!) and about good places to eat out, and also to bulk buy food (Buy loads of food, in boxes, or bags, like in CostCo).

We then talked with one guest about a "fat pill", a tablet that can help you lose weight!
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I'm not good at goodbyes, so I'll keep this short.

Thank you everyone for the wonderful memories. Special thanks to everyone who came out tonight to say goodybe. My time in Japan has been a great adventure, and I'm full of mixed emotions regarding my return to Canada. It was a pleasure meeting each and every one of you - when I come back to visit Japan, I'll definitely be stopping in for a tea, and to see your smiling faces.

Cafe Wa will always have a special place in my heart. Best of luck to you all, not only in your English studies, but in all aspects of your lives.
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