Karuta 2020 Project team are going to hold a report session on the first Sri Lanka ‘Karuta’ Project completed in Galle last October. Kauta is a traditional Japanese card game with an educational themes such as geography and literature.
As a team of six Japanese visitors, they traveled to Sacred Heart Junior School on their Children’s Day and helped the grade 5 girls create their original version of karuta cards themed around Japan and Sri Lanka. They also had fun playing karuta using their own cards.
On the session you will not only learn about our project but also have a chance to play karuta by using the cards created by the girls in Galle.
Tickets cost 500 yen but include a soft drink. The event will be held on the 4th floor of the YS Sendatsu Bld. II in Nishitogi-kita, Suginami.
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