Friday, 1 April 2011


Japanese Studies Association at Edith Cowan University presents:

Buy your tickets at this link: Howls Moving Castle viewing at Mt Lawley ECU

I have seen this movie several (read many) times in English but only once in Japanese. I like the sound track and the story. If you live in Perth I hope you will come along.  The green tea will be delicious for sure as it is provided by Green Tea House from Hay Street, Subiaco... the owner is very passionate about his tea selections and make a delicious cup.

The melon bread sounds intriguing and something I've never tried before. Here is a link to some information about it.

1 comment:

  1. Hello Rebecca,
    Thank you for you and your friends' effort to help support us in Japan. We really appreciate your help.
    Melon bread is, contrary to its name, nothing to do with melon. I believe it was named after melons because it looks like galia melons. It's a sweet bun with soft biscuit like shell. It's really good. Have fun. Best regards, Chloe P.