• Oshaberi Salon is a once every two months event for Nihongo speakers wherein communication activities are held, thereby giving the participants a chance to improve their speaking skills, and gain new Nihongojin friends.

      • Osaka (Dialect & Culture)

        Osaka is in Kansai - the western region of Japan. This time, we will focus more deeply on local Japanese culture.

        Let’s study some kansai-ben and compare the cultures of Japan and the Philippines in terms of humor / jokes!

        Are you looking for a chance to practice your Nihongo? Why not join the Oshaberi Salon? This session will be conducted mostly in Japanese. Interested Japanese-language learners are welcome to join us

      • ○○の日(Holiday)

        Do you know how many holidays there are in Japan in a year?

        Let’s talk about “○○の日(ひ)”in Japanese, and compare the holidays in Japan and the Philippines. Join us and let’s have fun doing various activities for the upcoming holidays.

        Are you looking for a chance to practice your Nihongo? Why not join the Oshaberi Salon?

        This session will be conducted mostly in Japanese. Interested Japanese-language learners are welcome to join us.

      • 春(はる/ haru)Spring

        Rebirth and new beginnings. Hurray! Here comes spring!

        Are you looking for a chance to practice your Nihongo? Why not join the Oshaberi Salon?

        Let’s talk about 春(はる)in Japan and sing a Sakura (Cherry Blossom) song together!

        This session will be conducted mostly in Japanese. Interested Japanese-language learners are welcome to join us.

        For inquiries, please contact:

        The Japan Foundation, Manila 23/F Pacific Star Bldg., Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Cor. Makati Ave., Makati City TEL. # 811-6155~58 FAX # 811-6153 E-mail: email@jfmo.org.ph

      • Oshaberi Salon: Japanese New Year Celebration

        Are you looking for a chance to practice your Nihongo? Why not join the Oshaberi Salon? Are you familiar with the Japanese New Year’s celebration?

        Let’s talk about how the Japanese people spend time during New Year and play traditional Japanese games the Japanese way!

        一緒(いっしょ)に遊(あそ)びましょう!

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