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Tuesday, Apr. 23, 2019

A Guide to Making Better Worksheets

Canva.com is an incredible resource for educators! If you've never heard of it until now, though, have no fear. I'm here to give you...

Mexican Wedding Cookies: A Taste of Mexico

From an early age, my mom taught me the language of food, its power as a bond within family, between cultures, and, when done...

Recipe Time: Nikujaga

When the weather is cold, nothing is better than having a warm, tasty treat to keep your spirits up. In this month's recipe time, we have the Japanese traditional food Nikujaga. A warm and filling meal, straight from "mother's kitchen". Check out Stephen Crawford's article here.

I Saw You- Monthly Muse

The September Monthly muse continues with the poem "I Saw You" by Akilah Bel. It is accompanied by artwork from Kelly Pieterse.

The Ninja Files: Mission Kill Phil

We continue the Ninja Files with the tale of Mission Kill Phil, by Emily Wetterich. The Assassin Games continue, and may the spoon be with you.

The Ninja Files: Chronicles of a Ninja Assassin

Introducing the Ninja Files. Memories of last year's epic ninja assassin game, that swept the prefecture, will be featured here over the next few weeks as we get ready to start round 2. Don't miss out on the thrill and adventure of the Ninja Assassin Files.

Sanbien Children’s Home: A Place where Magic Happens

Every month a group of JET ALTs head to the Sanbien Children’s Home for an afternoon of fun and interaction with disadvantaged children from the Onomichi area. If you’re interested in joining us please see the information here.

Nihon Poi!: Thanks, Kids.

*Note from the webtoon illustrator* Nihon-poi is a term in Japanese that basically translates to Japanese-ish, or something characteristically Japanese. Japonesque if you would. Every...

Nihon-Poi!: “Cute Shoku”

We at the Wide Island View are pleased to introduce a new addition to our website, with the Nihon-poi webtoon series by Kure JET Desirae Witte.

From Novice to Professional-A JET Alum’s Journey

This year the JET programme celebrates its 30th anniversary.  As such a long standing institution, there have been many talented and promising individuals who...