Here’s some 1837 rage-face meme. I can’t even begin to read cursive so I’m not sure what it actually is. I’m kind of concerned.
Memorial Portrait of Actor Arashi Rikan II / Itchōsai
嵐璃寛御名残狂言 一蝶斎 1837年
"嵐璃寛御名残狂言 出村新兵衛 民谷源八郎 東都狂画園浪華江戸旅舎におゐて 一蝶斎戯画 朝かほや絵にうつすまにしほれけり 天保八酉年六月十三日往生 行年五十才"
An aerial view shows rescue workers searching for missing people in the erupted Mount Ontake, central Japan, Monday, Sept. 29, 2014. (AP Photo/Kyodo News)
Alright, so aside from describing some of my presentation to my host mother, I haven’t really practiced speaking this yet at all. All of my energy has gone toward just figuring out how to organize the darn thing and now that’s gone, so it’s time for bed.
Thankfully the reflections afterward are apparently more important than the presentations anyway, and the presentation is only part of a part of a grade, so… I’m going to call it good and trust in luck to help me speak tomorrow :’D
thank you host mother for being interested in tea and helping me figure out how to say things for this presentation ;-;