Oasis Aoyama

Oasis Aoyama
Aoyama, Morioka, Iwate

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Chrisween party!

      Thank you for coming to the party!
      We made snowman with socks and rice!
      All snowmen are sooooo cute!
      Good job!
      Kids enjoyed many games and had lunch. Lots of fun!

  Also they decorated for pancake for dessert. Looked great and tasted really yummy!

Have a great Christmas and Happy New Year!

Saturday, August 23, 2014


We had a good time together as we do every year.
This year's theme was Tourou. It's a lantern, but it moves like a merry-go-round! It's good on a
summer night!

  This is Dale's famous  hamburger!
  Kids who join the Pastello events can eat it for lunch.
  It's really popular for kids! They usually eat 2-3 hamburgers. Wow!


        Have a good summer!
        See you next year!

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Blueberry Sunday


Thanks for coming to Blueberry Sunday event!
It was good weather. Not so hot!
We had a good time together!


     There were a lot of blueberries this year too! 
     We had tea time with Dale's cake and pie. Yummy!  
     And made jam as we do every year.

Friday, August 8, 2014


     Closed for Obon

     August 11 to 16

   Have a good holiday!!

Friday, July 4, 2014

Pastello in Morioka 2014

    みんなおいでー \^0^/

Wednesday, April 23, 2014



Since many people enjoy holiday time from work and school during the week spanning from the end of April to early May, many leisure-based industries experienced spikes in their revenues. The film industry was no exception.
In 1951, the film Jiyū Gakkō recorded higher ticket sales during this holiday week than any other time in the year (including New Year's and Obon). This prompted the managing director of Daiei Film Co., Ltd. to dub the week "Golden Week" based on the Japanese radio lingo “Golden Time,” which denotes a period with the highest listener ratings.



Thursday, April 17, 2014

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

New Season!

        I feel that the winter time is almost over.
        Starting in April! A new season!
        Let's begin a new thing!
        Let's challenge something! 
        Let's do more English conversation!

Thursday, January 30, 2014


Endo !

I went to Ryogokukokugikan to watch Sumo for the first time. 
It was very very exciting and fun! Though I'm not interested in Sumo, but watching it live is really good!
I sat in a "box seat" for four people.  It was near the Sumo ring and we could see well.
This is Shota Endo. He was promoted very quickly. So his hair 

is not long enough to be tied and still doesn't have a special "Sumo"name yet.
Can you find Yonesuke the comedian??

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            He couldn't win this time.
                                But many people cheered for him!                                                                                                                                                                                                  

This is the closing ceremony at the end of the Sumo tournament.
Sumo is one of Japan's national sports and important cultural traditions.
This is the first time for me to see live Sumo in Tokyo and experience an ancient Japanese cultural event. One of many traditional cultures of Japan. Wonderful!
I wish for Sumo continue forever.

"Ochayasan" is guide at the Sumo tournament  and brings tea, lunch box and beer to the box  seat. Yakitori was good! 
Finally, they brought Japanese teacups and sweets for souvenirs. 
I had a dream like time and time past very quickly.
If I have a chance, I want to go again!