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Japanese learn Indonesian Culture

Japanese learn Indonesian CultureLearning Indonesian culture is one of the interesting things for travelers. Moreover having an opportunity to feel and explore directly its beauty, certainly will give an unforgetable experience. A foreigner named Sonoko Takeda is one of traveler from Akita, Japan or known as Sakura Country. She came to Indonesia especially Bali to spend holiday and learning its culture. Acording to her, this island is very unique and attract her to know more about the uniqueness itself. "I know Indonesian and Balinese from my close friend in Jakarta, she told me everything about culture and art here. At that moment, I gradually interested to know more about this island," she said after sharing knowledge about Japanese Language in Warmadewa University recently.

Sonoko said, she admired the beauty of traditional clothes like Batik, Ikat woven and Songket. "Those have good motif, colour and very  artistic. I have  wore Kebaya with Kamen Batik (Balinese Traditional Clothes)," she stated In addition to learn about Batik, She also learn Balinese dancing and Indonesian Language. "I am still learning Indonesia language from my friends and with a lecturer named Mr. Sutika. Now i am able speaking indonesia though a little bit," she revealed.

Sonoko added, beside Bali, she also had visited the others island in this country. "Before here, I had visited Bandung, Jakarta, Jogja, Solo and now, Bali. Here, I had come to Gilimanuk exactly at West Bali National Park. Next year, I have plan to come back again and plan to work here," she said happily.(BTN/Ocha)

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