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.
So how do you keep it together and get it all done? Here are a couple of time management strategies students have learned from their time at JCMU.
I finally want to learn how to actually fly this year. I’ll post all of my attempts and flying adventures below – check back every week to see when I’m able to fly majestically through the skies!
With a New Year happily on its way, I want to share my New Year’s resolutions. So without further ado I present: Hiraku’s 2019 New Year’s Resolutions!
From visiting ancient temples & shrines to learning the art of Japanese-style calligraphy, discover all that our students did over the course of the 2018 fall semester program.
What do you say when everyone asks you the same question: “How was Japan?”
‘Mass communication’ = ‘masukomi’ in Japanese? Read on to find out how do not-quite-right English loanwords like masukomi come to be.
I was afraid that my larger size would negatively impact my first trip to Japan. Happily it didn’t – but there were some weird scenarios that I ran into!