2020年04月

2020.04.27[Mon] 09:00

An interview with a longtime Fukuokan from New Zealand

Duane Person

Manager at Cafe Gift in Daimyo (https://gifttenjin.owst.jp/)

2020.04.20[Mon] 09:00

A Request On The Prevention Of The Spread Of The Novel Coronavirus.

As you know, on April 7th, a state of emergency was declared in Fukuoka Prefecture in order to prevent the further spread of the novel coronavirus. The Governor of Fukuoka has requested that residents refrain from nonessential and nonemergency outings until Wednesday, May 6th. In addition, it is important to remember and avoid the three C's.
These three C's are
Closed spaces with poor ventilation
Crowded places with many people
and Close contact with people such as close conversations.

Keeping these in mind, be sure to avoid events or large gatherings where one or more of these three C's might occur, to prevent the spread of the virus.

This declaration does not mean that the city is locked down. Trains, buses and other forms of public transportation will continue running and no roads have been closed so it is important to stay calm.

Fukuoka City requests that citizens who use certified nurseries or at-school children's clubs, known as rusukatei kodomo kai in Japanese, to take care of your children at home if possible. For details, please refer to information as it is released by Fukuoka Prefecture and by Fukuoka City via websites and other media.

2020.04.13[Mon] 09:00

Here is information from Fukuoka City.
This is a request to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.

On April 7th, the governor of Fukuoka announced a state of emergency in Fukuoka Prefecture to the citizens of the prefecture, for the period until May 6th, in order to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.
More than ever, in order to avoid the three C's- Closed spaces with poor ventilation, Crowded places with many people and Close-contact with people such as close conversations, citizens have been asked to refrain from nonessential outings.

This is not a city lockdown so citizens are asked to please remain calm. Trains, buses and other forms of public transportation will continue running and the roads will remain open.
Fukuoka City also requests that families who use licensed day care centers or after school facilities, to please keep their children at home, if they are able to do so.

For more information and details, please check the Fukuoka Prefecture and Fukuoka City homepages for information and updates as they are announced.
That was information from Fukuoka City.

2020.04.06[Mon] 09:00

Let me introduce myself. My name is Colleen and I’m from Detroit, Michigan in the US. You might know Detroit as the hometown of Motown music, Detroit Techno and of course, the automobile industry. And you might know me, if you tune in on Saturday mornings, as the DJ for Earth Feeling, every Saturday morning from 8am to 10am. As I mentioned before, I’ve lived in Fukuoka for over 15 years, I came once as an exchange student for a program at Kyushu University and then came back only planning to stay for one more year! I suppose it couldn’t be helped, Fukuoka is a great place. I love the food here, goma saba is one of my favorite winter treats. When I have time, I also like hiking the nearby mountains, Sawara-ku and Itoshima are some places I’ve often been. In the summer, I like visiting the beaches at Mitoma and Shingu. I’m actually surprised they don’t get busier, in Michigan, even though the summers are a bit cooler and the water much colder, beaches get so busy with families and friends out enjoying the sun. There’s a lot more I love doing in Fukuoka, I try to find different events around the city and prefecture and I’ll be sure to pass that information on to you here on this program! So where ever you are from, whether it be the US or another country, if you’re a newcomer well, welcome to Fukuoka, it’s a great place to live.

Information From Fukuoka City

Did you know that there is a Fukuoka City Consultation Support Center for foreigners that can give you advice on any worries or problems. If there is anything about your new life in Fukuoka that you don't understand or are worried about, please feel free to call the center. Consultation is available in 19 different languages. The phone number is 092-262-1799. Again that is 092-262-1799.

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DJ紹介

  • Colleen
  • Colleen
  • 誕生日:11月11日
    血液型:AB
    出身地:USA Detroit, MI
    特技:I can plan a party at anytime!
    興味あること・趣味:居合道、柔術、料理、スキューバダイビング
    好きな音楽:Almost everything, depends on my mood.

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