2.5 tons of new Bonito fish will be polished off at this indulgent festival in Nakatosa. Come along and partake of char-grilled bonito, bonito rice, bonito soup, a ‘Luxury Bonito Set’ and other delicacies only available here in the town of the Bonito.
130 people parade through the town dressed in the traditional wear of the Muromachi Era (1336-1573). Each will be wearing a colourful outfit appropriate to their job description. It will be as if an ancient scroll has come to life in Nakamura.
About 200 colorful and various sizes of carp streamers made from non-woven paper, one of Ino town’s specialty products, swim in the Niyodo River every year in May. Take a picture of them from the Niyodo Bridge. Riverboat excursions, food markets and tea ceremony demonstrations will also be held.
The Kochi International Association (KIA) provides an opportunity to learn and practice Japanese. We offer 3 different level of classes; Basic Class 1 is for beginners, Basic Class 2 is for beginners-intermediate and Basic Class 3 is for intermediate level. To register for classes, please fill out the attached application form and return to KIA.
You can pick up any books listed above from your nearest public library(excel file) if you live in Kochi Prefecture, except in Kochi City by filling out a request form below and sending it by e-mail or fax to the KIA. Request form(excel file)
*The books will be delivered to your designated facility in around one week after receiving your application form.
*You may borrow up to five books at a time.
*The books are loaned for 4 weeks after sending them out from the KIA.
*The books must be returned to the location you picked them up by the date written on the slip attached to them.
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