Let haiku be on the UNESCO list! (46)

  Let haiku be on the UNESCO list!   On November 3, 2015, Hidenori Hiruta took part in the panel discussion of the Only One Kagoshima Tree Haiku Contest festival held as one of the 30th National Culture Festival Haiku events at the International University of Kagoshima. Then, Hiruta had a chance to talk about … Continue reading Let haiku be on the UNESCO list! (46)

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Let haiku be on the UNESCO list! (42)

  Let haiku be on the UNESCO list!   On the morning of October 25, 2014, Mr. Masayuki Tsuchihashi, Mr. Hayato Shimokubo, Mr. Takayuki Fukuyama, Ms. Chen Ching Ling (Taiwan), Ms. Rachel Alexandra Bawerbank (UK), and Ms. Jessica Williams (UK) reached Akita Station by bus from Tokyo to take part in the 29th National Culture … Continue reading Let haiku be on the UNESCO list! (42)

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  Let haiku be on the UNESCO list!   Here is a photo of the sunrise in the eastern sky of  Sakurajima (Japanese: 桜島, lit. "Cherry Island"), an active composite volcano (stratovolcano) and a former island in Kagoshima Prefecture in Kyushu, Japan.        On November 27, 2015, Professor David McMurray at the International University … Continue reading Let haiku be on the UNESCO list! (37)