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SERIES Viewpoint Science | Try Drawing It


描いてみる [NHK]

|Length : 10 |Year : 2017

The star of this episode is the zebra. What do a zebra’s stripes look like? Can you draw them from memory? After you try, look at a picture of a zebra—the stripes are probably more complicated than you think!

SERIES Viewpoint Science | Make a Hypothesis


仮説を立ててみる [NHK]

|Length : 10 |Year : 2017

Two boxes that weigh the same. Each one has two plastic bottles of water inside. We put an empty box under one of these boxes. Now, which stack is heavier?

SERIES Viewpoint Science | Try Looking Inside


中を見てみる [NHK]

|Length : 10 |Year : 2017

What’s a strawberry like on the inside? We asked people on the street. Did they come up with the right answer? We open up a strawberry and find out.

SERIES Viewpoint Science | Try Making It


作ってみる [NHK]

|Length : 10 |Year : 2017

We try and make an ant out of clay and wire. Could you build an ant, without looking at a picture?

SERIES Gretel's Oven | The Peach Festival: Hanamochi in Matsue


桃の節句 松江の花もち [NHK]

|Length : 24min |Year : 2016

Matsue is an old castle town in Shimane Prefecture with a long tradition of eating sweets with a cup of green tea. A unique local sweet called hanamochi is eaten to mark Hinamatsuri, or Girls’ Day. It is brightly decorated in pink and pale green in honor of the festival. We’ll meet the people carrying on this special tradition.

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