Japan June 16-August 1, 2000 O hayou gozaimasu (ohio-go-zi-e-mahs) -good morning
FMF MTP Dr. Ed Jones and Mrs. Keiko Jones
Over 125 million people live in Japan! Japan’s total size is about the size of Montana.
Students take turns serving the lunch. All the students eat together with the teacher in the classroom.
Japanese often eat with chop sticks. Chop sticks are called hashi. (hah-she)
Lunch Rice Ball-Onigiri
Even at an early age, children are taught the Japanese custom of bowing. The lower the bow, the more respect a person is showing.
I want to thank Mr. Fridell, Mrs. Koski and Mrs. Schlup for making this trip to Japan a very successful trip for me!
Arigato gozaimasu (ah ree gah toh goh zye mahs) -Thank you! Sayonara(sah yoh nah rah) - Good-bye!