Suzuka Nakamoto diary on Sakura Gakuin about her experience collecting Bellmark points as her school are collecting Bellmark. She shares some issues she had collecting Bellmark as she tried to compete with her classmates from her school. Read the diary translated below!
Suzuka Nakamoto diary about collecting Bellmark points!
Bellmark is a non-profit organization set up to help schools buy teaching materials and equipment. Description
In my school, we are collecting Bellmark.
In my class, every student is trying to Bring One Bellmark a Day!. Honestly, I had been unwilling at first, but...
I searched everywhere in my house for a bellmark and realized it's unexpectedly difficult to find one.
So, when I can find one, I feel so pleased as if "Treasure found!!"
As a result.
I remove the package around the bottle of sesame-oil in order to collect a bellmark, and my family feel at a loss "What's inside this bottle??". Or...
I clip off a bellmark from my sister's notebook and she got so mad at me.
Like these, there happen several accidents with my collecting the bellmark!!
Each bellmark shows how many points it is worth -- like "0.5 point" or "1 point" -- and lately, I enjoy competing with my friends for the points. For now, my personal best points is Four-points (Kewpie Mayonnaise).
Please tell me which product has a lot of bellmark points if you find one with more than four points.
Diary by: Suzuka Nakamoto.
Translation by: Onji Kobe.