Enjoying time at river learning source of water
Thank you for your continuous support.
Sadly our summer season has ended and we are in calm season.
This summer, over one hundred children have gathered to participate to our one week program. For five weeks, MORIUMIUS has hosted programs for children to learn how to live sustainably with local residence. One of the highlight of the program was inviting locals for Japanese traditional event Nagashi somen. Nagashi Somen is type of noodles Japanese eat in summer, and Nagashi is a traditional way to eat it. Using ten feet bamboo and running water, children drop noodles for locals to catch and eat. This was planned by children to show appreciation to local people for receiving them for a week.
Annual sporting event was also hosted was organized in September. Over hundred locals gathered to enjoy a day of sport. Many laughter was heard that day, some locals left with a comment that this is the day in a year that they laugh the most. It was a day at MORIUMIUS that locals, children, and visitors from different region gather to interact each other.
Because of your support, we were able to sustain the learning field as well as to revitalize community still suffering from tsunami in 2011.
Locals enjoying time with children