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    On October 26 and 27, 2013 hamakaze festival was held at Kanda University in Chiba, Japan. This is the largest student festival of the year. I have joined the hamakaze committee since I was a first year university student. This year, all members of the committee totaled more than 100 people. The number of people increases year by year! We have prepared for the festival since last January. First of all, we have to decide the title and ,subtitle. These changes every year. This year’s title and subtitle were “PRESENT ~hello anniversary~”. After this was done, we set a goal for the number of visitors, and proposed some event plans during spring vacation. We set up goal of 12345 visitors come to this festival. After that, we separated some work among different groups. My group was in charge of a sticker event where people can receive a present if the collect all stickers. There are 7 sticker points at school . The number of participants of the event was more than 600 peoples. I was glad a lot of people joined the event ! Unfortunately typhoon came on the day of the festival, so it was reduced to only 2 days. But visitors and also hamakaze committee members had loads of fun!

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