【Teaser Trip】Hiroshima / Waste, how complicating!!
What we'll do
This is Episode 1 of the 8-part series of Naruho-Do! Japan.
Many people visiting Japan are often surprised to see how little littering on the roads in Japan. Yes! Handling wastes is one of the inevitable chores and the way is quite different among cities in Japan. Taking Hiroshima city as an example, which has one of the most serious rules to sort household refuse at home before carrying into the disposing facilities, Mee will let you know how people in Hiroshima manage to do that. Let’s try to sort some trash correctly with Mee!
- Price per person (tax included)
- 1,100 JPY - / person
- Max participants
- Up to 10 people
- Hosted in English
- Communication tools
- Please download Zoom in advance.
- Best for learning Japan
- Things you need to know before the tour
-The teaser trips will be held using Zoom meetings.
-Personal computers and smartphones can be used to participate, but when using a smartphone,
please be sure to download the Zoom application in advance.
-The URL for the teaser trip will be sent to the email address you used to register no later than one hour before the start time.
-The meeting room will open to participants five minutes before the start of the teaser trip.
-Participants may join the teaser trip even if the start time has passed. However, please note that we
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-Depending on the internet connection on the day of the teaser trip, there may be issues with the
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-In order to avoid any mishaps or trouble, the teaser trips may be recorded.
-The company and the WOW U-mediators (guides) will not be responsible for any malfunctions of
participants’ computers, smartphones, or tablets that may occur during the teaser trips.
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1Reason why there is little littering on the road in Japan.
2How to sort household refuse: Hiroshima VS Tokyo
Be a Hiroshima resident, and sort trash correctly.
3Small Japanese Lesson
Today’s Japanese lesson is “Iine,” which means “Like!”
We’re Hiroshima Locals!!
We’re Hiroshima Locals!! Aren’t you interested in Japanese real life? How are Hiroshima locals leading their lives? We will whisper you “naruhodo” (I’ve got it) in Japan, bringing YOU 8 different “REAL” Japanese daily lives at 2 p.m. every Wednesday (JST) as follows: Episode 1: Waste, how complicating!! (Jul. 21) / Episode 2: Awesome Foundation of Japan: Rice and Water (Jul. 28) / Episode 3: Reducing Our Carbon Footprint: Shimanami Kaido Cycling (Aug. 4) / Episode 4: Taking Care of Ancestors (Aug. 11) / Episode 5: Unique Japanese Vending Machines! (Aug. 18) / Episode 6: Lifelong Sports: Tennis, Baseball and Japan’s Universal, National Radio Exercise!? (Aug. 25) / Episode 7: Dos and Don’ts in Japan (Sep. 1) / Episode 8: Tiny Houses and Compact Life (Sep. 8) / In addition, at the end of each episode, you will get to know a useful Japanese/Hiroshima phrase and its setting for surviving in Japan. We’re looking forward to seeing you soon!!