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Communication with Japanese Students

Support by Volunteer Students
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We have Japanese volunteer students who help newly-arrived international students get around on campus and complete registration procedures at a municipal office. There are also many Japanese students who participate in Japanese language classes as conversation and discussion partners. They often continue chatting with international students outside of the class at the International Community Lounge and have lunch with them at the cafeteria.

 

 

Studying with Japanese Students
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Some of the subjects offered at the Center for Japanese Language and Culture are open to both international and Japanese students to learn together about Japanese traditional culture, art and multicultural studies. For more course details and registration procedures, please refer to the “Program Guide” handed out at the orientation. Please note that some of these subjects have maximum class capacity and/or require advance registration.

The Tradition and Beauty of Japan
– The Way of Ikebana
Spring
Fall
Ikebana (Japanese flower arrangement) Japanese (English)
※Lesson fees will be charged.
The Tradition and Culture of Japan
-The Beauty of Flowers from the Perspective of Japanese People
Spring
Fall
Japanese Traditional Culture Japanese
The Tradition and Performing Arts of Japan - Gagaku Spring
Fall
Gagaku Japanese
The Japanese Tradition of Noh Play
- Exploring Japanese Culture through Noh Play
Spring
Fall
Including appreciation of Noh play Japanese
The Tradition and Art of Japan
- The Topology of Japanese Beauty
Spring
Fall
Including handicraft practice Japanese
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