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日本の学校にほん の がっこう

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School in Japan - then足利学校 - あしかががっこう (Ashikaga gakkou) is the oldest school in

Japan. Although it is not a functioning school, it is used for cultural

events in the Ashikaga community and has a small library with the town

archives and other important archaeological findings. Unfortunately,

schools don't all look this cool anymore. Or even function the way

Ashikaga Gakkou did. Ashikaga gakkou was really a school for the

scholarly elite priests - definitely not free and public education for all.

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Most school buildings in use today were built in the 1950’s and 60’s

following the second world war. They all pretty much follow the same

set of blueprints (although many are now being re-modeled!)

On the left- an older school. On the right - a remodeled school!

School in Japan - now

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Now, let's take a look at what schools really

look like!

Here are some photos I took of the schools

I worked at!

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図書館 としょかん

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校庭 こうていthis was during 運動会 (うんどうかい)or "sports day"

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職員室 しょくいんしつ

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音楽室 おんがくしつ

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体育館 たいいくかん

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美術室 びじゅつしつ

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理科室 りかしつ

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プールsorry, it was winter when I took this photo. This particular school doesn't cover

thier pool in winter.

I promise it looks like normal, clean, blue pool when it's warm outside.

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Bonus Rooms!

Some extra rooms that aren't included in your vocabulary

list but are also good to know!

じゃ、見てみましょう!

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コンピューター室 コンピューターしつ

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校長室 こうちょうしつ Principal's

office

complete w/ Principal!

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保健室 ほけんしつnurse's office

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英会話室 えいかいわしつEnglish Room

英会話 actually translates to "English conversation" but

this room is often just called the English Room.

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学校の像 がっこうのぞうschool statue

Many schools & public buildings have inspirational or

commemorative statues outside on the grounds.

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終了

しゅうりょう!I hope you enjoyed this little trip through schools in

Japan!