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Emi Ota
Emi Ota

Nationality: Japan
Course: Internship
Program: Internship
Period: Sept 1,2016- Sept 30,2017


I am an intern photographer and assistant at Accademia Riaci.
I quit my job as a photographer in Japan and came here with my husband who wanted to work at a restaurant in Italy. I took a Gelato Internship Course at Accademia Riaci meanwhile.
After my new challenge, however, I began to think that there was more possibility in the photography field in Italy so I decided to go back to my area of expertise and restart.
I love coffee, so I enjoy visiting coffee bars in and around town.
I hope I can let you know useful and helpful Italian daily-life and school information in my reports.

Feb. 24, 2017 | Posted in Reports, Internship , | Tags:, Reporter: Emi Ota | Course: Internship

Internship 13-Internship Course 2016


There are many artists in Florence who can impress people by their on-the-street drawings, and among those there are 2 talented Japanese artists.
I happened to encounter their drawings the other day on the street near the Repubblica Square. They say they complete their drawings within 1 day, but if a street cleaning car comes by and erases their work, they must start again from scratch.
I think it’s a great exchange of cultures that Italian and other people praise Japanese artists drawing European paintings in Italy.
Please say hello to them if you happen to see them drawing on the street. Both of them are very friendly and wonderful persons.

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ワイン通ではない方でも知っているであろう「BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 2011」です。

I was impressed by a very expensive and excellent bottle of wine at the dinner I was invited to the other night.
“BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 2011” is a famous bottle of wine even known by general public without special wine knowledge.
I really enjoyed the wine as much as the fun conversation.



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