SentFromAnyaPost, Japan
  • country Japan
  • Member since Joined 7th Nov., 2016
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  • icon Not interested in direct swaps
  • icon Japanese, English a tiny bit of Spanish
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  • icon 1st May

About Ryoko...

Hello. I am Ryoko, like reading, seeing movies, writing letters etc.

My page on Facebook:

My hobby these days is to make Haiku, Senryu (Haiku is 俳句。 a kind of Japanese poem style. "Senryu" (川柳) is another name for the almost same style )
An example of Senryu (川柳):

はがき着き 遠き異邦の 友想う      亮子

Hagakitsuki Tookiihouno Tomoomou Ryoko

   Translation of the senryu above:

Postcard arrival My mind wonders around the friend abroad Ryoko

If you are interested in Senryu, when I received your postcard I will make one and send the Senryu via POSTCROSSING "message", if you like.
In order to make a Senryu it would be better for me to know your life or interests etc, so write something you wish to be in Senryu in your postcard if possible.
(But I must say that if there is no inspiration you will receive message without Senryu, so never mind about my Senryu hobby if it is not your liking)

Regarding postcards, I will be happy to receive your postcard you chose for me.

I especially like:

1 Cards with current arts, cultures, events

2 Cards with beautiful scenery, or beautiful something etc.

3 Cards with interesting illustrations

4 Cards that you made

5 Cards with epigram(s)

but of course please never feel pressured. Your own selection of the card will be fine.

It would be a pleasure for me to read something about your life, thoughts, opinions etc on your postcard. "Life" here means just everything that occurs to you in everyday life,
like what you write in your diary. You can also write about your worries or concerns if any, and I will think about that with you.

Please PRINT (i.e. please write so that your handwriting is easily read. e.g. in italic letters).

It would be better for you to write something in your mother tongue (or in local language) so that you can avoid being charged as spying.

Make sure your postcard is dated (put the date of writing ) for the record and your freedom of expression. (Even if you are too upset, confused etc. in writing the card, your thoughts can easily be forgiven, even if it is not preferable) .

For someone who want me to respond in a "postcard " (in addition to the registration message):
Please write your full, whole mailing address so i can write a postcard and have it sent to you properly.

Have fun and Happy Postcrossing ! (^.^) Ms. YOSHIMURA Ryoko 吉 村 亮 子

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