Learn additional hiragana (part 2) phases for telephone conversations, telling the time, verb conjugation (masuform), reading numbers (101-9,999) particles such as “o”, “ga”, “ne”, and include a basic vocabulary of approximately 200 words. Student’s pronunciation is monitored as well as the utilization of learned grammatical content. Skills for the week’s learning objectives are practiced with […]
Gain a basic knowledge and skills to speak, read, and comprehend the Japanese language. Learn pronunciation, read hiragana greetings, numbers, basic grammar, vocabulary and conversation in this eight week class. Ages: 18 & up To register, please visit us online or call 614-410-4550. The price of the course is $120 for city residents and $132 […]
Learn additional hiragana (part 2), phrases for telephone conversations, telling the time, verb conjugation (masu-form), reading numbers (101 through 9,999), particles such as “o”, “ga”, “ne”, and include a basic vocabulary of approximately 200 words. Students’ pronunciation is monitored as well as the utilization of learned grammatical content. Skills for the week’s learning objectives are […]
Fans of Upper Arlington’s Fukuryu Ramen now have another outlet available to satisfy their noodle cravings. The local company hosted a preview event yesterday evening and is continuing to host a soft launch today and tomorrow. For those who are unfamiliar, Fukuryu was launched in 2014 by Jeff Tsao, son of Kahiki owners Michael and […]
The road to Tensuke Express is a well-traveled one for food fans. Tensuke Market has long been a popular destination for an expansive selection of Japanese groceries and ready-to-eat options. It’s nested near other heavy-hitters such as Akai Hana and Belle’s Bread. That is to say, the zone is perpetually bustling with activity. Tensuke Express […]
For a while there, Chinese buffets were everywhere. While quality control was an issue, you couldn’t argue with the quantity for a price tag that was typically less than ten bucks. After years and years of existence as a Chinese buffet, the new operators at 139 Graceland quietly did something new with the restaurant space. […]
Farewell to Haiku. Eighteen years you helped Short North. More than earned a break.
Haiku, a near-20 year establishment of the Short North, is closing indefinitely on December 10. Owner Paul Liu and his daughter Josephine, who also works there, said the timing is just right. After abandoning plans to redevelop the site’s parking lot, Liu accepted a proposal to transform the entire space into a 10-story hotel and […]