20.02.2013

日本語とすりばち / Japanese and Suribachi (⌒▽⌒)

Today- after an absence of two years- I had a japanese lesson again. I think I really missed it. I first stopped my lessons because I was very busy with my work. But after travelling to Japan for the first time last year I think it is better to know more japanese for the next journey.
I hope I manage to learn some Kanji this time.

And today our order from www.japanwelt.de arrived. We ordered two japanese lamps for our apartment and I ordered a Suribachi too.
For those who don't know what a Suribachi is:
It is a japanese kind of a mortar. The inside where you use the pestle is not smooth but corrugated. You can use it for sesame seeds for example. It is used in the japanese

I will post pictures of my sewing progress this days. I finished two garments already and now have to order new fabric to continue.




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