Virtual Nihongo Chat + J-Culture: Japanese Home Cooking

May 28, 2021
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Language Center Event

Friday, May 28, 7—8:30 PM EDT   Calculate your local time  

PLEASE NOTE: This free event will be conducted online via Zoom. To participate fully, you will need access to a device with internet, microphone, and camera (such as a laptop, smartphone, or tablet). Please note that all times listed are New York time (ET/UTC-04:00). このオンライン語学交換会は「Zoom」というアプリを使って施行されます。事前にスマホ、ダブレット、パソコンのいずれかにアプリのダウンロードをお願い致します。

Join Japanese-language students and native Japanese speakers at this informal virtual language exchange to practice your Japanese. After a short presentation by our J-Culture guest, we will move into breakout rooms grouped by level to chat. Levels include introductory, beginner, intermediate, and advanced. 日本に興味のある人たちや日本語を勉強中の人たちと気軽に会話を楽しみましょう。ゲストによるプレゼンテーション後で、日本語、英語のレベル別にグループに分かれて語学交換を行います。日本人の方、英語を勉強中の方、ふるってご参加ください!

In this session, Chikako Takahashi-sensei will introduce one of the most loved, home-cooked Japanese dishes – ginger pork. It’s a dish you can easily make at home with basic ingredients. We will also introduce some non-meat variations of this dish. 高橋知佳子先生が、日本の家庭料理の中でも最も人気の高いメニューの一つ、”豚の生姜焼き”をご紹介します。ご自宅で簡単に作れる料理です。また、お肉を使わない生姜焼きもご紹介します。

Admission: This is a free event, with advance RSVP required. Participants must be age 16 or older. 参加費無料。事前のお申し込みが必要です。

Further event details, including the Zoom link, will be sent the morning of the event. 

Questions? Please contact [email protected] or (212) 715-1269 or (212) 715-1293.

Virtual Nihongo Chat + J-Culture: Japanese Home Cooking

About the Guest:
Dr. Chikako Takahashi (She/her/hers) has a PhD in Linguistics from Stony Brook University and MA in TESOL from Teachers College, Columbia University. She has worked as a Teaching Associate at the Japanese Program at Columbia University and also taught Japanese privately to beginners and intermediate learners. When she has the time, Chikako loves to seek out and explore different neighborhoods in search of the best food the city has to offer, but her real passion lies in cooking for others.

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The Nihongo Chat + J -Culture series is presented in partnership with New York University, Hunter College, Baruch College, and LaGuardia Community College. This program is generously supported by The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles.

Support for Japan Society’s Toyota Language Center is provided, in part, by the NYC COVID-19 Response and Impact Fund in The New York Community Trust; Mark F. Goldfield and Mary E. Hatch; Christopher Hong; Steven Giordano; The Japan Foundation, Los Angeles; and Dr. Bic Kanayjorn.

  • Friday, May 28, 2021
  • 7:00 pm