Ms. Sho Otaka - Poet
Monday, December 10, 2018 - 11:30am to 6:00pm
Room 203, Henry R. Luce Hall
34 Hillhouse AvenueNew Haven, CT 06511
Haiku poetry is an essential aspect of Japanese culture and language and has gained popularity outside Japan as well. Do you recognize this famous haiku by Matsuo Basho?
Frog jumps in
Sound of water
In these workshops, Japanese haiku poet Ms. Sho Otaka will teach how to write haiku using one to three lines of 17 or fewer syllables, as well as explaining how kigo - words or phrases that symbolize the season of the poem, have a role in haiku poetry and Japanese language. (It would be great if you can think of a word, image, etc. related to fall/winter that you want to use to create your own haiku before you come to this workshop!)
Haiku Workshop for Advanced Japanese Learners
Mon, Dec. 10, 11:30A.M. - 1:30P.M.
*This workshop will be conducted in Japanese.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by 12/6 if you are planning to attend this event.
(Light lunch will be provided for those who attend this workshop.)
Haiku Workshop for Everyone
Mon, Dec. 10, 4 - 6P.M.
*This workshop will be conducted mostly in Japanese with an interpreter.