Today we’re going to explore some of the ways JCMU alumni have used their study abroad experience to propel them into diverse and exciting fields of work.
As JCMU’s mascot, I’m in a lot of photos. But which ones capture my cuteness the best? I’ll be the judge of that!
Read why Val writes “[In Japan] my citizenship as an American was the only thing that made me feel like an outsider.”
Are you stuck on passive voice in Japanese? It might be a more familiar format to you than you think!
Read why DaJanea writes, “I always tell everyone that the 3 months I spent in Japan changed me as a person for the better.”
Here’s where to go to hang out with friends, relax, and experience some lesser-known aspects of Japanese culture.
Here’s what you need to know about living in the JCMU dorms, according to Hiraku!
What are rendaku? Come fold some origami and find out!
Tetsugaku no Michi is one of the most memorable areas in Kyoto, and it’s only an hour away from Hikone.
Life as a Shiga high schooler was really interesting! For this post, I’ll give you a sneak peek into the vastly different life of a student in Japan.