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HJ - Kawaii Food! Cute Japanese Food Camp (Multi-day)

Multi-day course 2 times a week for 2 weeks. Easy Japanese course about Cute Japanese Food and Japanese Eating Culture. Make a Japanese lunchbox. 2 weeks, 4 lessons course. Basic Beginner Japanese.
Teacher Lynn (リン 先生)
17 total reviews for this teacher
New class
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30 minutes
per class
Twice per week
over 2 weeks
year olds
learners per class
per learner - per class

How does aMulti-Daycourse work?

Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries

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Class Experience

Students will realize that they already know some Japanese food words (they just didn’t know it!)
Students will be familiarized with Japanese food words, and eating etiquette and culture.
Students will start their journey of leaning Japanese in a fun and exciting way!
Teacher Lynn completed her Master’s degree in Oita, Japan. She was a teaching assistant for Japanese middle school, high school, and university classes in Japan. She has been living in Japan for over 4.5 years. Teacher Lynn not only intensely studied the Japanese language, but fell in love with Japanese culture and discovered the passion for sharing such a beautiful language with students. She has been a private Japanese online tutor for almost 2 years.
A homework activity worksheet will be given at the end of week 1 for students to individually do if they wish.
For the 4th class (Bento Lunchbox making): Required items: ~Bento box or Small Food Container/Small Tupperwear ~Pre-Cooked Short Grain Rice/ Sticky Rice Suggested items: ~Kitchen Knives/ Kitchen Scissors** ~ Food Shaping Tools & Molds ~Chopsticks ~Dried Seaweed ~Cheese Slices ~Apples ~Pre-cooked Mini Sausages ~ Sesame Seeds ~ Mini Tomatoes ~ Carrots/Cucumbers ~Boiled Eggs ~Lettuce Leaf ~Kitsune Sheets (Fried Flat Tofu) ~ Your favorite veggies! ** Please know your student's abilities with sharp kitchen tools. [Students do NOT need all items suggested, just the items the student wishes/can find from the list]. [Yes, you can substitute for vegan/vegetarian and allergy-free items). (Please ask teacher in Week 1 if you have any questions about the ingredients list. Thank you.)
Students are asked to participate in the discussion, game, and food making activity.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
**For the 4th class, young students might use kitchen knives/ kitchen scissors for the food making activity. 

Parental guidance is not needed for the first 3 classes. 
All content is appropriate for all students of every background. 
No sources beyond the standard Outschool tools are needed.


Teacher Lynn (リン 先生)
Lives in the United States
Japanese and Korean Language Certified Teacher
17 total reviews
26 completed classes

About Me

Hello! I'm Teacher Lynn (リン 先生). I live in Tokyo, Japan with my toddler son and husband. I have been a teacher and teaching assistant at private, public, and online schools in South Korea, Japan and China for over 8 years (since 2014). I have... 
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