Category Archives: Yuta Kawamura

Daily Haiku: Aug. 29, 2017

Buta miso second bowl of rice aged rice ladle   by Yuta Kawamura  (Japan) (N.B. “The longer a miso is aged, the deeper its flavor gets. It is something akin to haiku,” Kawamura says.)  

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Daily Haiku: Aug. 25, 2017

Dear Readers and Followers: Today, we feature the haiku of one of Professor David McMurray’s Master’s Degree students, Yuta Kawamura.  Kawamura is a Teaching Assistant for the Professor at The International University of Kagoshima (Japan). Kawamura’s field is International Studies, … Continue reading

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