About Momiji Leaves

Imagine a big, beautiful fiery colored maple tree.  Got it? Now, think about the wind rustling through the leaves, and them dropping, one at a time, for an entire year.

That’s Momiji Leaves. Every day, starting from January 1st, 2011 and going until December 31st, a new leaf will drop. Each one will hopefully give you some insights on teaching English and living in Japan.

Why don’t you follow me, and see where it leads you?



3 responses to “About Momiji Leaves

  1. Nancy Levin

    07/01/2011 at 9:15 pm

    Hey Jen – another great post. I love them! Love, Mom

  2. Kay Lockwood

    03/05/2011 at 12:42 am

    I have friends in Maebashi City. I can’t locate them and had the following email:”Living first School oer Sports Center. Next Hotel and apartment
    second temporary dwelling House
    Sappurting Gouernment (administration)” Does this mean there has been afterquake damage in Maebashi? Are people living at the Sportsdome? Please respond. Very worried. Thx

  3. Whitney

    10/01/2012 at 2:59 am

    I’m a big fan of Japan, particularly high schools, so I loved going through and reading your posts. They were very educational and entertaining.


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