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Traveling tends to be one of the best ways to experience history, arts and the vibrant gradient of cultures from all around the world. It lets us have that first-hand experience that can teach us and move us in many ways. Although we may all currently be temporarily grounded, we could still explore this beautiful world from pretty much anywhere — thanks to the invention of internet. Of course, nothing would really beat discovering the world first-hand in person, but you can observe astonishing natural phenomena, explore mountain tops/deep caverns, and sight-see cities you’ve always dreamed of visiting. Think of them as a prelude to the upcoming real experience!
In this new series of online paid Zoom webinars, we will be sharing travel related knowledge & tips on a weekly basis at just $10/pax! 📚 Please refer to the schedule attached. All the modules will commence at 6:00 – 6:45 pm in the evening for weekdays and 10:30am – 11:15am for weekends.
|HIS Kankou: Virtual & Cultural Tours (Group[S$10])|
|15 October, Thursday||Let’s Learn Mandarin Together||18:00 – 18:45|
|16 October, Friday||Islands of Kagoshima||18:00 – 18:45|
|20 October, Tuesday||Secrets of Hokkaido||18:00 – 18:45|
|HIS Gakuen: Basic Japanese for Travel (Group[S$10])|
|13 October, Tuesday||Part 1||18:00 – 18:45|
|8 October, Thursday||Part 2||18:00 – 18:45|
|10 October, Saturday||Part 2||10:30 – 11:15|
|15 October, Thursday||Part 3||18:00 – 18:45|
|17 October, Saturday||Part 3||10:30 – 11:15|
|22 October, Thursday||Part 4||18:00 – 18:45|
|24 October, Saturday||Part 4||10:30 – 11:15|
|27 October, Tuesday||Part 5||18:00 – 18:45|
|31 October, Saturday||Part 5||10:30 – 11:15|
|5 November, Thursday||Part 6||18:00 – 18:45|
|7 November, Saturday||Part 6||10:30 – 11:15|
|12 November, Thursday||Part 7||18:00 – 18:45|
|14 November, Saturday||Part 7||10:30 – 11:15|
|19 November, Thursday||Part 8||18:00 – 18:45|
|21 November, Saturday||Part 8||10:30 – 11:15|
|26 November, Thursday||Part 9||18:00 – 18:45|
|28 November, Saturday||Part 9||10:30 – 11:15|
|3 December, Thursday||Part 10||18:00 – 18:45|
|5 December, Saturday||Part 10||10:30 – 11:15|
|Basic Conversational Japanese (Group[S$10])|
|10 December, Thursday||Part 1||18:00 – 18:45|
|12 December, Saturday||Part 1||10:30 – 11:15|
|17 December, Thursday||Part 2||18:00 – 18:45|
|19 December, Saturday||Part 2||10:30 – 11:15|
Would any of you be interested in attending private basic Japanese classes for travel? Do let us know! 🙋 We will be hosting a total of 10 sessions of 1 to 1 basic Japanese classes focusing on greetings, how to ask for directions, etc. at S$30/pax per session 📖🖊️
What’s more, notes will be provided at the end of the class for your easy reference! 📅: Monday – Friday 🕒: Between 11:00am – 8pm (SGT) (*Overseas participants are also welcome to apply!)
We will be launching a 1 for 1 Virtual Tour campaign from 23 October to 30 November 2020 via our new online eMall. Please do stay tuned! *Terms & conditions apply.
Tokyo is arguably one of the most amazing food and travel destinations in the world and we are excited to share it with you, from the comfort of your home! During this online experience, feel the excitement of two of Tokyo’s most popular districts through images, stories and other materials. Don’t worry about taking notes, as we will send the related information and documents to you at the end of the whole session.
Learn more about the difference between Shibuya and Shinjuku city wards in Tokyo
You could also take a break & people-watch with this live feed of the famous Shibuya scramble crossing where pedestrians cross in all directions at once.
Understand Japan and its amazing culture via a virtual workshop on how to make your own delicious Japanese-inspired cocktails and mocktails at home! Each participant is able to receive useful resources, related information and the recipes at the end of the session.
Learn more about the drinking culture in the Land of the Rising Sun
Tea lovers rejoice! Let us share about the magic of green tea and its special place in Japanese culture. Learn the correct methods of brewing a cup of delicious tea, great tea pairings and even hidden secret tea spots!
Acquire new knowledge with regards to the history of tea making/brewing
Book your virtual experience here now!
Missed our past episodes of HIS Itadakimasu FB Live? Fret not! Refer to this archive section for the past episodes to learn more about Japan as we invite special guests and local experts onto our episodes to explain more for your understanding. Do support us by sharing our videos with your family and friends & liking it so that we can work harder to bring you better content!