10 June 2010 ~ 10 Comments

Yokohama, in living color #8: A Junior High School in Yokohama

I’ve written a lot about the drama and adventure at Schools A and B, and at the new school C, but rarely do I actually show pics of the environment in which I work. I guess that left a lot to the imagination.

Well, I’m going to remedy that today with a dose of the real. Following are scenes from School C.

Let’s start with the teacher’s office:

Kitchen area in the office

Obento lunch boxes delivered hot!

Here’s the front entrance.

Trough for the kids to drink and wash in…

Artwork in the hallway

Student's entrance

kids shoe lockers

School's Garden

school's rock (-:



More to come… (click here for more school pics)


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10 Responses to “Yokohama, in living color #8: A Junior High School in Yokohama”

  1. yearoftherat 10 June 2010 at 8:32 pm Permalink

    sugoi! thanks for showing your school!

  2. zen 10 June 2010 at 11:09 pm Permalink

    The teachers area looks scary!

  3. Alexander 11 June 2010 at 12:38 am Permalink

    The teacher office looks remarkable similar to any other teachers office the u.k, same look of crowded controlled chaos. I like the garden, do the students spend their own time in there or is it just for show?

  4. BoukenLou 11 June 2010 at 12:41 am Permalink

    Wow. This place is so much nicer than the pits I had to go to during childhood. Thanks for posting these.

  5. Jeff 11 June 2010 at 1:39 pm Permalink

    Holy crap thats a nice school! I was in the pits myself as well, BoukenLou.

    • Locohama 11 June 2010 at 5:47 pm Permalink

      @boukenlou @jeff guess i got lucky. I've never been to a pit school. The worst thing I could say about any school I've worked at is its proximity to the station. This one is a 15 minute walk up hills and shit
      thanks for the shouts

  6. Alessia 15 June 2010 at 4:33 pm Permalink

    How can you live with the CHAOS!?? O.O

    Well I guess, after some years, people gets used to it eh?

    • Locohama 15 June 2010 at 11:29 pm Permalink

      Chaos is part of life sometimes. And chaos makes for the most interesting writing, but my whole life isn't this …wait, yes it is. (-;.

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