RESOBOX is proud to announce an ongoing Japanese language and culture workshop series taught by Hiroko Miyashita, a professional Japanese instructor! Our first workshop will be all about New Year’s in Japan (日本のお正月). At this workshop, participants will have the chance to create their own Nengajō (a Japanese new year’s greeting card) to send to their family and friends! Join us this Saturday, December 15th at RESOBOX East Village to learn and experience Japanese culture and language!
Please RSVP in the link below before December 13 to join the workshop:
About the Instructor
Japanese Language Instructor
Hiroko Miyashita received her MA in Liberal Studies from School for Graduate Studies, Empire State College, SUNY, BA in Linguistics from Tokyo Woman’s Christian University, and holds a certificate for Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language from Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan and the World Japanese Language Center in Sydney, Australia. She is currently an adjunct Japanese Language Instructor at LaGuardia Community College, The New School, Adelphi University, and New York University. Her research interests are second language acquisition and sociolinguistics. In addition, she has a strong interest in studying “Japanese pop culture and Japanese language”. She has learned shodo (Japanese calligraphy), playing koto (Japanese harp) and shamisen (Japanese banjo) for over ten years since she was four years old.