Activities through the University

Below is a photo was taken of all the SIP students, the university tutors, TA’s, and others involved in making this amazing experience happen! This photo was taken in the i-lounge, which is a hot spot at the university to meet new people, get help with homework, and to relax!

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The university had many things planned for us throughout our SIP. Here are a few things that we did (this is only a few of the MANY things that we got to do):

  1. Kimono experience at the Shirotori Garden

During this experience, we were able to choose patterns for a kimono that we would like to wear. The school had experts come in to dress us in the kimono in a proper manner. After, we took a walk through the beautiful Shirotori garden. The school gave us the option to purchase our kimonos after, which was discounted to a very reasonable price! Almost every student bought theirs to take home!

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2. Visit the Toyota commemorative museum

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3. Karate Class

The University brought in a highly trained Karate instructor for us to learn from. Two young boys who had black belts also came in to demonstrate. It was an amazing experience, and I would love to learn more karate in the future!

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4. Shibori Workshop

During our Shibori experience, we had the option of many different patterns and colours. Before the workshop, our group had a walking tour of different shops that created and sold shibori. shibori.jpg

5. Homestay experience

Let me tell you… This was one of the most amazing experiences I have from this program. Homestay experience allows you to live with a family for two nights. You get to experience what it is actually like to live in a home as a Japanese citizen. My homestay was absolutely amazing. I got to experience Osu, Sakae, and one of the oldest and largest castles in Japan.

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6. Kawaii Monster Cafe

This was another special treat from Nagoya Gakuin University. It was such a cool experience.

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