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January 2022

Yasashii Nihongo Salon – Online

January 31 @ 12:40 - 13:25 (Register by: January 28)

Max Capacity: 20 (TUJ students only)

Would you like to improve your Japanese? Would you like to do so while making new friends? If you answered yes to any of these questions, don't miss this Yasashii Nihongo Salon organized together with Nihon University! In this event you will have a chance to talk about your favorite topics in yasashii (easy) Japanese. Join us!

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February 2022

Eigo and Nihongo Salon – Online

February 3 @ 12:15 - 13:00 (Register by: February 2)

Max Capacity: 18 (TUJ students only)

Welcome to the Online Eigo and Nihongo Salon! In this event we will speak in English or Japanese with our neighbors from Showa Women's University. There will be lots of fun and many, many chances of making new friends! Don't miss it!

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Bouldering Experience

February 5 @ 10:00 - 12:00 (Register by: January 26)

Max Capacity: 15 (TUJ students only)

Stretch, prepare your hands, warm up your legs, and psych yourself up to get to the top! In this activity, TUJ and SWU students will go to a bouldering center to enjoy a morning of sport and exercise! The bouldering center has several courses that go from “Beginner” to “Expert”! Join us even if you don’t have any previous experience! Since half of the participants will be students from Showa Women’s University, this is an excellent opportunity to meet our…

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Sumo Tournament

February 6 @ 11:00 - 17:30 (Register by: January 26)

Max Capacity: 30 (TUJ students only)

Welcome to the 46th Great Sumo Tournament! This tournament features top professional sumo wrestlers and is unique in that every sumo wrestler competes against each other. Each win counts and one defeat ends it all! Take advantage of this unique opportunity and witness the power of live sumo wrestling!

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TUJ x SWU Japanese Culture Day

February 15 @ 14:00 - 17:00 (Register by: February 14)

Max Capacity: 100 (TUJ students only)

Participate in this activity organized by Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ), and Showa Women's University (SWU). On this day, SWU clubs related to Japanese cultural activities (Tea Ceremony, Koto, etc.) will conduct different workshops for TUJ students! This is the perfect opportunity to learn more about Japanese arts and traditions... and make some friends at our neighboring university! This event is FREE of charge and we will send you more information to your Temple University Email!

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Taiyaki Workshop

February 26 @ 11:00 - 13:00 (Register by: February 16)

Max Capacity: 20 (TUJ students only)

What’s a taiyaki, you might be thinking? This fish-shaped waffle cake is a must in Japanese gastronomy and now you have the opportunity to bake your own! We will go to a café famous for baking some of the most delicious taiyaki in the historic district of Kappabashi. You’ll also get to choose the flavor and filling of your taiyaki- chocolate, cream, & red bean, to name a few. After the workshop, you’ll be able to visit Sensoji Temple or the famous…

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March 2022

Time Travel Series: Showa Era Tokyo Experience

March 22 @ 13:00 - 15:00 (Register by: March 16)

Max Capacity: 20 (TUJ students only)

At TUJ we are launching a new series of activities; "Time Travel", where we aim to give you a ticket to travel back in time! This time we travel to the early Showa Era, where we will visit a charming house in the Ota district registered as a cultural property. In this house, which served as inspiration for the anime movie "In This Corner of the World", we will also conduct a workshop to get the best out of this…

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Tokyo Backstreets Cycling Tour

March 26 @ 10:00 - 12:30 (Register by: March 16)

Max Capacity: 14 (TUJ students only)

Discover Tokyo like you’ve never known it before, on two wheels and pedaling along with your fellow classmates! On this casual bike tour, we will explore Tokyo and discover some of its most emblematic places (and some others that are not in the travel guides) with the help of a local guide. Put your helmet on, and let’s pedal! For safety reasons, we will divide ourselves into two teams: 10:00 AM and 1:30 PM.

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