OmuraZushi has always been a favorite of mine. Its perfect balance of sweet and salty has me addicted! Whether I am having a house party, relaxing at home by myself or going on a drive, OmuraZushi is always satisfying.
OmuraZushi is made from simple elements that build into something beautiful. The vinegar rice is the foundation (命). Sugar is the sweet kindness deserved by all. Carrots and Gobo root stability in our journey forward. The modest appearance yet deep flavors of shiitake and kanpyo show inner strength and morals. Like a kimono, delicate strips of egg reveal our personality and taste. Vibrant hanpen celebrates our unique attributes.
Like a perfect symphony, OmuraZushi comes together and forms a well-rounded expression of harmony.
Every year, Omura offers a beginner course in Japanese so new foreign residents of Nagasaki can get a good start here in Japan.
(the course is free BUT there is a one-time fee of ￥500 for handouts and copies… 10 lessons for 500 yen, it’s almost free!)
Beginner Japanese Language Class
Mondays; 19:00-20:30; Omura General Welfare Center
First Term: September 22 to December 15 (no class on Japanese holidays)
Volunteer Japanese Tutoring
A group of friendly Japanese native speakers want to help you with improving your Japanese skills! Intermediate and Advanced learners
No Cost. Please bring your own study materials.
Every Thursday, 19:30-21:00; Omura General Welfare Center
Address: Omura-shi Sanjo-machi 8
Please contact Omura MiraiZukuri KabushikiGaisha for registration and questions!
International Relations Support Desk
Omura City Hall 0957-53-4111 (215)
My name is Kai and I have lived in Omura, Nagasaki since August 2006. I fell in love with Nagasaki and its people and decided that this would be a great place to build my life. From today, I will be your Omura correspondent bringing you information about the city and its history, as well as activities that will be held in our Big Village!
I am very excited to be a part of this website! I look forward to reading your posts/comments… and learning even more about this amazing Prefecture!
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Have a great day, Nagasaki Residents!