We made a backdrop for our speech contest and it will double for Japanese Week.
Beyza and Emine used their integrity and finished a poster about the contest.
We also found time to go to the Ota Museum nearby our school. We saw woodblock prints. We found out that they served as one of the earliest types of advertisement. Also, someone had to intricately hand carve these woodblocks to create a print and print it 8 times to get the exact colors required. The title of the exhibition was "Splendid Views of Edo: Snow, Moon and Flowers. Unfortunately, no photos were allowed in the venue. Next week, you can look forward to see the commercials that we made.