Wow, I thought I had a challenging week. Nancy Singleton Hachisu at Indigo Days took a gaggle of English-speaking Japanese preschoolers on a field trip to make Washi – a type of Japanese paper. I’m exhausted just thinking about it. I can only imagine what Nancy was feeling.For more armchair travel explore Indigo Days where Nancy shares her life living on an organic farm in rural Japan and running an English immersion preschool. For more on the food Nancy raises and cooks, look to her other blog Slow Lunch. Yes, Nancy writes two blogs and runs a preschool – I will never complain about being busy again.
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