Roadschooling and Organic Alternatives

We stayed 2 nights with Toyoma, one of only 3 organic farmers, that can produce tomatoes also during winter in Japan. A Hippie farmer, he called himself, as only 0.16% of all farmers produce organic food in Japan. On top he lives on a farm, a few meters away from a well known surfer beach, Ikumi beach, […]

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Samurai series!

For the last 3 weeks, Samurai’s and Ninja’s were the children’s favorite encounters and stories. And of course to dress up as one was even better! We read and listened to “Night of the Ninja – Magic Treehouse” as well as cut and pasted Samurai pictures. A museum in Kudoyama, the Wakayma castle as well as […]

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First impressions

The impressions of the first day(s) in another country are usually very strong and especially vivid. All senses are on full alert and I usually smell, taste, hear, see and even feel more intensive. Afterwards these feelings fade and everything appears more normal. Here are my impressions of arriving (once more) in Japan and what seems so familiar and […]

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Preschool sustainability sharing session

Today we were invited for a sharing session with the kindergarten children at PMI, Amaya’s and Tayanika’s preschool in Singapore. First we discussed about the three symbols of our logo: the bicycle, the sun and the tree. The children shared their thoughts around trees, such as shade from sun and rain, source for paper, haze and burning trees […]

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