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Annual Events

Japan is a country of four distinct seasons.

Living in Japan allows you to experience the richly diverse four seasons of Japan.

Spring is a beautiful, warm floral season when you can enjoy Japan’s stunning cherry blossoms. The full bloom of a cherry blossom tree is like a picturesque beauty. Our school is located in the immediate vicinity of Ueno Park, one of Japan’s most popular spots for viewing cherry blossoms, so you can readily stop by after school.

Summer  is a dazzling season of hot sun. Whether you take a dip in the ocean, or go for a hike in the mountains, summer is the best season to enjoy nature. During the long summer break, hanging out with your friends is a must.

Autumn is an easy-going cool season. The beauty of the autumn leaves is famous, but the “Autumn Appetite” is also well-renowned; it is the harvest season for many kinds of seafood, wild vegetables and fruits. By all means, enjoy Japanese food – known throughout the world as being healthy.

Winter is the coldest season of the year. Even the relatively warm Tokyo gets days of snowfall. Without heading to the famed snowy Hokkaido, you will be able to experience up to 1m of snow in the nearby areas of Niigata and Nagano, and enjoy winter sports like skiing. There are also a number of events around New Years.

Regular Events for Each of the Four Seasons

Spring: April to June
April students’ Entrance Ceremony Orientation, Admissions Information Seminar, Initial EJU, excursions, field trips
Summer: July to September
July students’ Entrance Ceremony Orientation, Initial JLPT, summer holidays, Sports Day
Autumn: October to December
October students’ Entrance Ceremony Orientation, disaster prevention training, second EJU, graduation trip, second JLPT, Christmas party
Winter: January to March
January students’ Entrance Ceremony Orientation, New Year’s visit to the shrine, speech competition, excursions graduation ceremony, spring break

Past Events

2018
– May: trips to the Fukagawa Edo Museum and Kiyosumi Garden
– June: Okutama field trip
– August: fireworks festival
– September: Sports Day
– October: tour of the Disaster Prevention Museum and Furukawa Garden
– November: Kamogawa trip
– December: Christmas party
– January: New Year’s visit to the shrine in Asakusa
– February: speech contest
– March: Hakone trip
2017
– May: excursion to the Kasai Seaside Park
– June: Okutama field trip
– October: fashion show, tour of the Furukawa Garden
– November: Kamogawa trip
– December: Christmas party
– January: New Year’s visit to the Nishi-Nippori Suwa Shrine
– February: speech contest
2016
– May: trips to the Fukagawa Edo Museum and Kiyosumi Garden
– June: Okutama field trip
– October: excursions to Fuji Q Highland and the Ninja Show
– December: Christmas party
– January: New Year’s visit to the shrine in Asakusa
– February: speech contest
2015
– May: Edo-Tokyo Museum tour
– June: Okutama field trip
– August: speech contest
– October: Kusatsu trip
– November: tour of the Tokyo National Museum
– December: Christmas party
– January: New Year’s visit to the Yushima Tenjin Shrine
– February: tour of the Disaster Prevention Museum

In addition to allowing students to take full classes and exams while studying abroad, this school offers support for both education and life, including admissions and part-time work.In particular, through exchange meetings with Japanese students and adults who plan at this school, not only is communication with each other in multiple languages such as Japanese, Chinese, and English encouraged, but the breaking down of barriers like nationality, language, ethnicity, culture, traditions and customs to connect with like-minded individuals.

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