Kyuho Univ. students keen on new music life with new instruments, which is Ukulele, Shamisen, and Sanshin.
It is hard to for shamisen and sansin set in tune as we do not have proper helper to begin with.
But I'm sure they've got to handle it soon, and be able to go with my guitar plus any other instruments of my friends. Cheer up guys!
He is so tanned under the strong sun, almost sunburned to red. On the way off to Tokyo, he took all photo of town crusing on his bike. One of designers who is in charge of Nobeoka railway station project, he speaks Japanese very well.
Our friend Bret bought a guitar. We are going to teach him a Japnese popular song. Nagabuchi's Kanpai has a bit difficult verse, but he did a good trial. And he gave us a small lesson on Norwedian wood.
Bookworm welcomes newcomer of various talent. He sings and plays guitar and makes his own songs very nicely. I have encouraged him to sing in the street and make music for shops in town. Anyone interested?
I have a resolution of bookexchange activity to expand rather wider in Miyazaki Pref.
Traveling bookworm is one of my ideas which is a mobile version of bookworm Nobeoka.
I need to find someone in Miyazaki City who kindly being an point of collecting Bookworm Bag in this circulation system of secondhand book. Its just once or twice a year to do this job. A job to recieve a bag and e-mail me, thats all. I will go to you to fetch it. Anyone to volunteer?
Many English speakers got together on Sunday. I am glad to be one of your access points. Some questions about how to use this town around gives me a feel to make a sort of guide map for internatinal people.