On Friday January 16th the FSAPS Anime Club had a Lock-In as an opportunity for students to collaborate with others who are fans of the Anime art form and interested in both traditional and pop Japanese culture. The Lock-In began at 4:30 pm with attendees perusing a menu to order Hibachi dinners and contribute thoughts on our sushi selections. Students then engaged in playing card and board games, created geisha bookmarks using origami paper, learned some simple brushstroke techniques to create their own bamboo paintings, and enjoyed a delicious dinner. We may have watched a little Anime as well J The almost all night long event (students took a break in the wee hours of the morning to grab a quick nap) concluded with a breakfast of eggs, fruit, doughnut holes, and Ramen noodles (yes, Ramen).
A big thank you to Mr. Tuzen and Mrs. Unal for helping this event run so smoothly.