Japan Diaries 4: Week 36

Week 36: July 4 - 8, 2022

Day 245: July 4, 2022

Monday - Baseball Competition in Asahikawa

Rumoi High School 7/4/2022

It's a special day for everyone in Rumoi High School today. We're going to Asahikawa City today to cheer our baseball team. 

Starukhin Baseball Stadium - Asahikawa City

Starukhin Baseball Stadium - Asahikawa

They will compete against Asahikawa East High School at Starukhin Baseball Stadium at 3 Chome, Hanasakicho, Asahikawa City.

Rumoi High School students and teachers cheer their team


It was a hot sunny day but each team did their best. Both schools' students and teachers did their best to cheer for their teams. We danced, cheered, and shouted with every free walk, strike, hit, and of course home run. 

7- 4 win by Asahikawa East High School


The game ended with a 7-4 win by Asahikawa East High School. It was a sad trip back home but since everyone did their best, it was easy for everyone to move on. 

Surprise!

When I got back home, I got a big surprise. My wife did a test and found out that she was pregnant. Hence, at the end of the day, I was actually a winner. 


Day 246: July 5, 2022

Tuesday - Rumoi

Rumoi High School 7/5/2022

It's a cloudy morning in Rumoi City. Today, I will be reporting at Rumoi High School. Like last week, we have a shortened schedule today because of the preparations for the upcoming Rumoi High School school festival this weekend. 

Here's my workload for today:

3rd period - Japanese Culture @ 2-345 of Sato-sensei
5th period - How Fast Can Humans Run @ 3-46 of Matsuda-sensei

Rumoi High School English Club 2022-2023

Rumoi High School English Club 2022-2023

At 3PM, the English Club had a photo on the rooftop of Rumoi High School. It was my first time being up there as the only door to it is always locked and only opened on special occasions. 

After work, Matsuda-sensei accompanied me to Rumoi City Hall to apply for the Hanko Certificate

After work, I attended the Rumoi English Chat Club

That night, I attended our bi-weekly Rumoi English Chat Club. Our topic for today is "What is your plan this summer?" 

Day 247: July 6, 2022

Wednesday - Haboro

Haboro High School 7/6/2022

It's a foggy morning. Today is my 5th visit to Haboro High School for the school year 2022 -2023. For today's visit, I'll be using my 2-day Moekko Free Ticket

Here's my workload for today:

Performance Task Interview @ 2nd year of Okumura-sensei

1st period - Sightseeing Places in the Philippines @ 2nd year of Okumura-sensei
3rd period - Performance Task Interview @ 2nd year of Okumura-sensei
4th period - Eco-friendly Products in the Philippines @ 3rd year of Watanabe-sensei
5th period - Past Tense @ 1st year of Ken-sensei

Day 248: July 7, 2022

Thursday - Embetsu

Good morning everyone! First of all, I would like to greet my brother Patrick with a happy happy birthday today. 

Embetsu Agricultural High School 7/7/2022

Going back, it's getting hotter by the day. It's around 27 - 28 degrees outside today. I can really feel it as I need to walk several blocks from the bus stop to Embetsu Agricultural High School. Speaking of which it's my 9th visit to this school for the school year 2022 - 2023. For this trip, I'll be using my 2-day Moekko Free Ticket

Here's my workload for today:

Mexican Dishes @ 2nd year Basic of Sasaki-sensei

2nd period - Mexican Dishes @ 2nd year Advanced of Sasaki-sensei
3rd period - Mexican Dishes @ 2nd year Basic of Sasaki-sensei


Day 249: July 8, 2022

Thursday - Tomamae

Tomamae Commercial High School 7/8/2022

It's Friday once again. TGIF! Today I'm heading to Tomamae Commercial High School for my 11th visit this school year 2022 - 2023. For this trip, I'm using my 1-day Moekko Free Ticket

Here's my workload for today:

2nd period - When I Wish Upon a Star @ 2nd year of Hasegawa-sensei
3rd year - Favorite Places @ 1st year of Hasegawa-sensei

After my last class, I was shocked to read in the online news that Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was shot twice and was in critical condition. Sadly, he passed away late in the afternoon. 😭 #RIPShinzoAbe

Rumoi - Minami Post Office 

Dinner for tonight

When I got back home, my family and I went to the Rumoi-Minami Post Office to submit the Japan Automobile Federation paperwork for the translation of my Philippine Driver's License. 

RIP Shinzo Abe

Overall, in a way, I was affected by the tragic death of Former PM Abe as I was reminded of his close ties with our former president Rodrigo Duterte, and how his administration helped the Philippines. 


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