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.