20 students from the United States will come to Japan! Through visits to Tokyo and Aichi Prefecture, students will deepen their understanding of Japan and conduct international exchanges in each region.

Japan International Cooperation Center
20 students from the United States will come to Japan! Through visits to Tokyo and Aichi Prefecture, students will deepen their
understanding of Japan and conduct international exchanges in each region.
Twenty students from the United States will stay in Tokyo and visit the National Diet Building, Happoen Garden, etc. In Aichi Prefecture, they will deepen their understanding of Japanese society and culture through interaction with university students and home visits!
American university students come to Japan, visit Tokyo and Aichi prefectures, and experience various programs. Visit the National Diet Building, where the Diet, the highest legislative body in Tokyo, is held. Experience a Japanese tea ceremony at Happoen. In Aichi Prefecture, the tour will visit the castle town of Nagoya and the Tokoname Ceramics Hall. Students will also deepen their understanding of Japanese culture and customs through exchanges with university students in Aichi Prefecture and home visits. This is a program for the United States as part of the Kakehashi Project, an international exchange program promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. [Overview]
Name: Exchange Program for Promoting Understanding of Japan Kakehashi University Invitation 5th Batch
Invitation period: January 17 (Tue) to January 24 (Tue), 2023 Participants: 10 from Hunter College, 10 from Miles College, total 20 Areas visited: Tokyo, Aichi
Schedule (planned)
January 17 Arrival in Japan
January 18: Tour of Tokyo (National Diet Building, Harajuku, Meiji Shrine) January 19: Move to Aichi Prefecture, visit Nagoya Castle
January 20th Visit to Tokoname City Ceramics Hall
     Exchange with universities in Aichi Prefecture
January 21st home visit
January 22 Moved to Tokyo
January 23rd Tokyo inspection (Sensoji Temple, Chiba Institute of Technology Tokyo Skytree Town (R) Campus)
January 24 Results debriefing session, return to Japan
Language: English, Japanese
Implementing Organization: Japan International Cooperation Center (JICE) [Image

[Overview of the Kakehashi Project, an exchange program to promote understanding of Japan]
The “Kakehashi Project” is a project promoted by the Japanese government (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) to invite and dispatch human resources who have the ability to communicate to the outside world and will lead the future (including online exchanges) between Japan and the North American region. Yes, JICE is entrusted with program planning and operation. Through people-to-people exchanges, we are promoting understanding of Japan in terms of its politics, economy, society, culture, history, and foreign policy, as well as cultivating and discovering future pro-Japanese and Japan-savvy groups. In addition, by having participants actively communicate about Japan’s diplomatic stance and attractiveness, the aim is to strengthen the dissemination of information about Japan to the outside world and to expand Japan’s diplomatic base.
[Inquiries regarding this matter]
Japan International Cooperation Center (JICE) International Exchange Department Contact form: https://www.jice.org/contact/index.html

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