Monday, 23 June 2014

Tuesday, 3 June 2014


Haiku is a tradition form of Japanese Poetry which has 17 syllables (5, 7, 5), and concerns nature.
Basho, who lived in the 17th Century, was the a famous Haiku Poet.
Here is some of his poetry:

Sunday, 16 March 2014

Crazy Japanese Inventions

There are books about some of the crazy Japanese inventions that have been created. Well, here are some more:
Like popping bubble wrap? Here is never-ending bubble wrap popping.

This cup-noodle man falls off when the noodles are cooked!

Speakers in the pillow mean you can rest and hear

Extendable arm for taking 'selfies'!

A book-shaped pillow for students - fall asleep in class!

Silent karaoke mike - if you can't sing, this is for you! Sing into the mike - no-one will hear you.

Ready to make music?

Let’s make music!


3 minute noodles - you either love them or you hate them.