Professor Toshiyuki ZENNYOJI (former professor of Tokyo University of Foreign Studies) gives lecture on Japanese characters to students of our Department on November 21, 2016.
Dňa 26.10.2016 navštívil našu Sekciu japanológie pán Hideo Okamoto, predstaviteľ japonskej šin-budhistickej Pravej školy Čistej zeme (Džódo Šinšú), ktorý vo svojej prednáške predstavil študentom obsah a posolstvo niekoľkých japonských sviatkov počas kalendárneho roka. Prednáška bola organizovaná v spolupráci s Veľvyslanectvom Japonska v Slovenskej republike. Podujatie sa konalo v japonskom jazyku a bolo tlmočené do slovenčiny.
Workshop of Japanese Calligraphy Provided by Japanese Calligraphy Teacher
The Japan Foundation Grant Program for JF Nihongo Projects (“Sakura Core Project”)
Date: 2016/02/15 – 2016/03/07 Venue: Comenius University, Department of East Asian Studies, Japanese Section Calligraphy Teacher: Ms. Seiko KAWASHIMA JAKUBÁČOVÁ Project Coordinator: Mgr. Ing. Jana Urbanová, PhD.
Project outline: Students of the 1st and 3rd grade at Japanese Section of our Department were divided into 3 groups, where each group attended a 90 min. calligraphy lesson per week, altogether 3 times during the workshop. The aim of this project was to teach students basic calligraphy rules, make them acquainted with philosophy behind the art of calligraphy and make them feel the importance of writing strokes in proper order and direction.
Our students were instructed how to write basic strokes in proper direction and style. At first, the calligraphy teacher explained how to prepare brush and ink. The explanation was then followed by practical demonstration of the proper writing style of basic kanji strokes. Afterwards, students tried to write basic strokes, while receiving instructions from the calligraphy teacher.
During this lesson students also practiced writing hiragana (“iroha-gana”) with thin brush based on the instructions of the calligraphy teacher. 3rd LESSON Time for writing selected kanji words, more complicated kanji and creating calligraphy works for the calligraphy contest. At the end of the workshop students appreciated results of their endeavour with happy smiles on their faces.
Time for writing selected kanji words, more complicated kanji and creating calligraphy works for the calligraphy contest. At the end of the workshop students appreciated results of their endeavour with happy smiles on their faces.