February 21, 2017

Going Back To School After A Long While!

 For the last four weeks I have been going to a language class for immigrants. If I am only looking to improve my English, this might not be the best class because it is not very structured. For me, a structured class means the curriculum is set in advance, and the teacher focuses on finishing the tasks. I would prefer some homework every day and I wish it were possible for everyone to come on time. And do their homework. However, I understand that they are adults and have many responsibilities. On the other hand, I'm enjoying the informality and the friendly atmosphere in class. I appreciate the opportunity I have of meeting people from all over the world and being able to talk to them in a relaxed setting. I had many friends from other countries in Tokyo and used to hang out with them sometimes but I didn't have friends from countries like Iraq, Bangladesh, Turkey, Russia or Cuba. It is very interesting to hear stories about their countries. One of the Iraqi students told us electricity is limited there and it is available for only a few hours a day. She told me the weather is extreme and in summer, the temperature sometimes reaches 50 degrees Celsius. I wonder if Japanese people could survive there since we use air conditioners so much. I was also surprised when a classmate from Bangladesh wondered why there are different prices for the same items in different stores. She told me that in her country, prices of products for daily life are the same everywhere and Government controls prices! I like learning those things and being here I find more opportunities to get to know about other cultures. Even just sitting and observing peoples' behavior makes me realize I only know about my culture and don't know how things are in other cultures.

October 28, 2016

Such A Calm Night...

Such a calm night, I started writing short messages to each of my coworkers with a small gift.💝
It has been more than 8 years since I started working there and a lot of things happened.
I do not think everything was great there. However, I couldn't miss it because it was something to go through to get here.
All I want to do is, leaving positive words to say good bye. It's not to make myself look like a nice person, but I really thank each of them because there was something I learned spending time there.
I'm going to get out of here.
Because I strongly feel we have different destinations.
Also, there are people other than work that I'm leaving which as family, friends or members of a group.
Am I going to miss them?
Maybe, sometimes.
However, I do not think I will try my best to keep in touch with them.
Probably Some connections get weak.
I may loose some.
Bur if it happens, it happens.
If our path cross again in the future, we will meet again.😊
And when it happens, I believe both of us will be different in a good way, more successful, and closer to our dreams.🌸

September 13, 2016

Miracle Haircut Experience!

I've experienced a special cutting technique; Revise dry cut.
Probably you wonder what it is...so, let me explain about it.
It's a registered brand name of a method for cutting hair.

With their original theory, they analyze you. They look at your dried hair, how it flows, volume and the feel of the bundle, also with your head skeleton, hair type, and face shape. And cut as finely as you make a sculpture.

There for,
It matches well to your face.
The shape lasts long.
Easy to set by yourself.

So, it's a miracle haircut!!

If you have always felt like a Cinderella (I mean, if you feel you look great on the day you went to a hair salon but feel just as usual from the next day), you should try it!

I heard there are some customers coming from far region, or some even live overseas visit the salon when they come back to Japan temporarily.

Here is the hair salon.

I'm personally expecting feeling the difference especially about "Shape lasting" and "Easy to set by yourself" after two months from today :)