Their Stories in Japan

Please check the stories and feedback of students and teachers to see what they have learned and gained from their educational travel in Japan.

Affiliated High School of Peking University (China)

Locations Visited Tokyo, Saitama, and Kanagawa
Age of Students 16-18 years old
Learning Themes Traditional culture / Sports
Teacher
Japan's advanced initiatives on protecting the environment give our students food for thought.
Student
The daily lives, customs, and language use of the Japanese students left a deep impression on me.

St Eugene College (Australia)

school exchange
Locations Visited Tokyo, Nagano, and Kyoto
Age of Students 16-18 years old
Learning Themes Traditional culture / Natural environment / Japanese food
Host School (School Exchange) Ueda Western High School
Teacher
I would like to have lots of experiences in the land of beauty and wonder of nature.
Student
Homestay and school exchange in Japan deepened my knowledge of culture and words, and expanded my horizons.

Nevers High School (France)

school exchange
Age of Students 16-18 years old
Host School (School Exchange) Saginomiya Metropolitan High School (Tokyo)
Teacher
I wanted our students to get a genuine taste of Japanese high school life by having the same exprience Japanese students have.
Student
Kendo, a traditional type of Japanese martial art, was the most interesting part. What a shocking experience!

La Union School (Peru)

school exchange
Age of Students 16-18 years old
Host School (School Exchange) Saitama University Education Department Affiliated Junior High School (Saitama)
Teacher
By using Japanese in Japan and communicating with students of their age, I hope they will realize their identities as descendants of Japanese people.
Student
By spending time with Japanese students, I learned to respect people of different cultures and ways of thinking!

National Pingtung Senior High School (Taiwan)

school exchange
Age of Students 16-18 years old
Host School (School Exchange) Nara Kenritsu Takada High School (Nara Prefecture)
Teacher
I want the students to directly experience and feel the differences between Taiwan and Japan, and thereby have a chance to reexamine and reflect on themselves.
Student
I was deeply impressed by Japanese high school students’ active interactions, which contradicted my impressions before my visit.