第9回秋田国際俳句コンテスト結果（日本語部門・学生） The Results of 9th Akita International Haiku Contest (Japanese Section—Student) 第9 回秋田国際俳句コンテスト【日本語部門・学生】の結果を発表します。 The Akita International Haiku Network is happy to announce the results of the 9th Akita International Haiku Contest. 今年は【日本語部門・学生】において、日本、オーストラリア、アメリカの小学生、高校生、大学生から合計で38 句の応募を受け付けました。 Elementary school, high school, and university students from throughout Japan, Australia, and the United States submitted a total of 38 Japanese language haiku … Continue reading 第9回秋田国際俳句コンテスト結果（日本語部門・学生）The Results of 9th Akita International Haiku Contest (Japanese Section—Student)
World Haiku Series 2020 (1) Haiku by Satoru Kanematsu Satoru Kanematsu kindly and delightedly presented a 6-page haiku leaflet on COVID-19 to the World Haiku Series 2020. Here is a photo of Mr. Satoru Kanematsu. Here is a page of ABOUT THE … Continue reading World Haiku Series 2020 (1) Haiku by Satoru Kanematsu
The results of the 9th Annual Akita International Haiku Contest (2020) will be announced December 16th!The winning haiku from each category will be announced here, on AIHN's website, as well as published in the next volume of Serow, AIHN's haiku journal. Stay tuned!
This link was kindly shared with the Akita International Haiku Network:https://intercultural.iuk-plus.net/?p=736 Sorry, it's in Japanese! The gist is that this special class was designed to teach students English language and Japanese culture at the same time. In the class, students learned about writing haiku in English. Check it out!
The Results of the World Haiku Series 2020 Bashō's Farewell Haiku On November 28, 1694, Matsuo Bashō became critically sick with a stomach illness and died peacefully, surrounded by his disciples. He did not compose any formal death poem on his deathbed, but the following haiku he wrote four days before his death was recorded … Continue reading The Results of the World Haiku Series 2020