Fan­tas­tic per­for­mance

The Tatura Guardian - - News - — Cheryl Nguyen, 9, and Char­lotte Ross, 9, Tatura Pri­mary School

On Fri­day, Novem­ber 9, stu­dents at Tatura Pri­mary School went to an amaz­ing Ja­panese per­for­mance.

There was lots of singing and danc­ing. It was a mag­i­cal sight. Their songs filled the room.

Their songs were Mura Mat­suri (The Vil­lage Fes­ti­val), Kisha Poppo (The Choo-choo Train) and Sakura Sakura (Cherry Blos­soms).

We learned how to say good-bye, hello and thank-you, Say­onara, Konichiwa and Ari­gato.

I loved the dances, the dancers were grace­ful like swans and we made sounds of flutes and drums.

It was a re­ally good per­for­mance, I think ev­ery­one en­joyed it.

With the cherry blos­som song they threw pink pieces of tis­sue pa­per in the air and had blos­soms made on their hands.

High­light: Tatura Pri­mary School prin­ci­pal Su­sanne Gill with Ja­panese vis­i­tors.

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