What I already know:
That shushi restrots like raw fish and seaweed. In stead of forks they use chopsticks. It is hot in japan so girls wear there hair in buns. They have a very different culture.
What I learned:
foods the Japanese have at weddings are shush, red rice, and white fish omlettes too. The girls where kimonos or a modern dress. A groom wares a under cover called a nagajuban. Montsuki is a kimono a kimono is a type of robe. Hakamas are pants. And a haori is a coat to put over the montsuki. In Japanese weddings have fake cakes at the ceremonial for the first piece of cutting fake cakes are less expensive then a edible cakes. At american weddings for food there are themes, there could be a brunch theme of a Mexican theme, and one more a junk food bar. A groom clothing is a tuxedo or a bow tie or a suit and a brides clothing is a white dress. At american weddings they have cake and other things like cookies and cupcakes and pie dessert.
What I want to know:
where do they keep all the meat?
What do the men wear?
What other holidays do they celebrate?
The action I took:
I made an explain everything on my i pad (link to follow)
How I will learn:
Kohana, Jayne, and Ms Colando's friend.
Books and my iPad.
Questions I still have:
In japan do they have flower girls?
In japan do they kiss?
Some times in american they dance at there wedding do people in japan dance too?
- What did you enjoy about your Passion Time project? I enjoyed seeing how different the clothing of the brides were and how different the groom's clothing is too.
- What was difficult about your project? The talent show was coming up and I was the MC, so I had to practice my speech, so I did not have time to do my PT, so I changed to something different. That was hard.
- What would you do differently next time? Not switch my project.
- What do you value most about this experience? Mr. Turner helping and looking at how different we are to Japanese.