Japan home

“ Everyone people we meet, always have reason. Any person you meet is just the person you need to meet.” – From India

Do you believe in fate, destiny? Anyone we met always have reasons. Whether they appear in our life for a long time or short time or just few days.. But they always represent for something. They gave us lessons, they teach us something about life, or they gave us love…They appear to help us something or improve something in our life…
And everyone I met in Japan, specially everyone in GRIT!, all of them represent for special things.

One of special things I want to say that is Yoshida san’s family who I’m living with. Obon holiday is the longest trip I had in Japan. That was the first time I went out of home 5 days. I recognized I had homesick and really miss them.

First picture together…

Let me say something honestly… Japan is the furthest country I went in 22 years. When you live far from your home town, do you have anytime you feel homesick? No friends? I really wanted to have friends to hang out at the weekends and enjoy Japan. That was my feeling when I’ve lived in Japan for the first period time. Yoshida san and Rie san always make me feel warm like the second home. I had family feeling, family moments… And I really love that.
When I went to somewhere and went back home. Always having Yoshida san or Rie san, Naho at home and said “お借り“…
When we had dinnder together, Rie san taugh me Japanese, kanji words through menu.
When we were waiting while Rie san cooked, the food’s smell was fulled of that room. We smiled.
When we talked about same topics and laughed together…
Yah, I can told to you many moments like that. Just one thing that I always wish that I can speak Japanese more and more, honestly…

When lived with Yoshida san’s family, I had chances to seen and learnt from persons closest to me in Japan. Not only Japan’s culture but also about skill in life.
I learnt from Yoshida san how to keep young heart and young mind with his age. How to balance between life and working, between hobbies and working.
I learnt from Rie san how to manage everything, how to arrange everything effectively and many things else.

Everyday I live with Yoshida san’s family, the biggest thing I received maybe that is take caring from everyone.
Where I feel very warm and happy each time I think of it…
Where I had happy time and great memories with persons who I love and respect…

I want spend tons of thank you to Yoshida san, Rie san and Naho. Thank you for everything when I’ve live in here, so much!!!!