The Tree House 英会話 in 黄金町 Yokohama Japan offers stylized lessons to students of English. The lessons are designed to maximize each individual students’ learning pace. Life inside the studio is not always business and study however. As you can see in the picture here, Rika and her friend Akane are enjoying a birthday party. The Tree House is a fun environment where students can participate in many different parties and events. Halloween is right around the corner!
Summer seems to be wanting to change!
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This is Bill McCormack bringing you the fast and furious news from Koganecho Yokohama Japan. So, today is a very important day here in Koganecho. Something very big happened. For day after day, for month after month, I have been watering this red hibiscus (the Hawaiian Red Hibiscus). And, I thought for sure, it would never flower, but today is the big day and it finally popped! Let’s take a look. So, as you can see, here it is behind me. And, well, unbelievable! Now it’s in front of me! Unbelievable! So, if you want to see Hawaii, you don’t have to fly to Hawaii. Just come here to the Tree House in Koganecho. Ahh! It’s interesting! There is a little discoloration on the edge there. I don’t know why. And there is his friend next-door. It’s a nice bud. It’s about to Blossom soon. Hopefully, the wind doesn’t blow off this flower. If it does, I’ll be back with another episode of Koganecho Action News and tell you how
the wind blew off the flower. I also noticed, today,
that ahh, there is a beautiful wild hibiscus growing here along the river in front of the Tree House. So, and, this is what it looks like here. It’s pink. These wild hibiscus grow along the river, the Ookagawa and they are quite fragile. They don’t like to be touched. If you pick them, and put them in a vase, they will die almost instantly. So they are very delicate flower, very beautiful though inside. So, well, that’s that. Thank you for watching. That’s the wild hibiscus. So now you know! You don’t have to fly to Hawaii to appreciate the Red Hawaiian Hibiscus. You can come here to Koganecho and take some pictures of this beautiful flower. I hope to see you soon! This has been another episode of
Koganecho Action News!
Koganecho 黄金町 Action News!
Welcome to Koganecho Action News.
I’m Bill McCormack.
Today is Saturday, July 28, 2018.
Today, Typhoon number 12 also know as Jongdari, ripped through Koganecho causing wide spread damage and misery.
The police were out in force, protecting businesses from foreign looters.
The savage storm shut down the community making Koganecho into a ghostown.
Torrential rains made the Ooka River rise to dangerous levels.
High winds caused devastating damage to the cherry trees.
Here, a leaf has fallen and will never recover.
We interviewed one local business owner named Akiko. Well, let’s listen.
How do you feel about the storm Akiko?
Ohh! It’s so… No, I’m I’m very scared!
And there you have it everybody.
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