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Seattle Kokufu Kai, a local Japanese poetry chanting club, held its fall meeting at NVC Memorial Hall on Oct. 24. Including master instructor and 93-year-old Kokujo Sudo, 24 members performed for each other at the semiannual event. The attendees enjoyed lunch and karaoke entertainment after the meeting. Photo courtesy of Seattle Kokufu Kai

シアトル国風会による秋季温習会が10月24日、二世復員軍人会記念会館で開かれた。最高齢となる須藤國情師範(93)をはじめ、24人の会員が集まり、和やかさな内に緊張感もある温習会となった。発表会後は昼食とともにカラオケの余興も楽しまれ、会員同士で交流を深め合った。(写真提供 = 米国国風流詩吟 シアトル支部)

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