Renata

aus: Argentinien

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    Konto Typ

    Einzelperson

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    Reiseziele

    Japan

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    Reisezeit

    30.04.2019 - 24.04.2020

  • Abzeichen

    Good Workawayer
    Explorer

  • Beschreibung

    Hi, I'm Renata! I was born and lived in Argentina during my 29 years of life. I will be staying in Japan one year, starting on April 30th. My desire is to travel throughout the country to get to know its people, culture language, and to help in making the world a better place. I am interested in exploring the big cities, but also learning farming/harvesting and interacting with animals, as I prefer being in contact with nature. I own three cats (I am missing them already!) I am an English translator who loves pottery/ceramics, cooking and embroidery.

  • Arten von Arbeit

    Gartenarbeit
    Bauarbeiten
    Kinderbetreuung
    Altenpflege
    Handwerkliche Arbeiten
    Kochen/einkaufen
    Landarbeit
    Hilfe bei Ökoprojekten
    Hausarbeiten
    Betreuung von Tieren
    Hilfe mit Touristen
    Karitative Arbeiten
    Sprachen praktizieren
    Hilfe bei Kunstprojekten
    Hilfe mit Computer / Internet

  • Was könntest du arbeiten?

    I enjoy cooking. Moreover, I have been learning pottery/ceramics for approximately 3 years. I am taking an embroidery course.

  • Gesprochene Sprachen

    Spanish (native), English (fluent), want to learn Japanese

  • Alter

    30

  • Was noch ...

    Any new experience is welcome! I would like a host who can show me his/her city/town around :)

  • Etwas mehr Information

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    • Führerschein

    • Allergien
      No

    • Spezielle Ernährung

Fotos

Harvesting green tea new leaves (shin cha). Lovely scent!
Making homemade green tea, using my harvested leaves. Timing is very important if you want to get a fresh umami taste.
My kanji character hanko after coating it with clear lacquer. I will use it on my artwork.
Making my own hanko kanji character stamp, using hinoki tree wood from a nearby forest.
Creating new farm from scratch and had to collect many stones and cut big tree old roots.
Learnt how to make Japanese tempura with my harvested vegetables. It turned out crispy and kitsune-iro colour, little good taste, feel good :)
Went to the deep forest for some shiitake mushrooms, and had to climb to get them for dinner!

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