• A Typical Morning Studying Abroad In Tokyo

    This video was done while I was in Japan, and was posted on the IES Abroad page when I was the official IES Abroad Tokyo Summer blogger. It somewhat summarizes my typical morning studying abroad with IES Abroad. Enjoy guies!

    published: 22 Sep 2014
  • A Day in the Life of a Japan Study Abroad Student

    **This video also shows what I typically eat in a day as a vegetarian in Tokyo** So, I've been getting a lot of requests for this kind of video, so I hope you all enjoy. Sorry my life isn't too interesting, but I hope you find it interesting and informational nonetheless. Thanks so much for watching, don't forget to like and subscribe if you haven't already! Equipment Used: Nikon D5100 (mostly used for stationary vlogs) with a Nikkor 18-200mm lens and a Rode VMGO Video Mic GO Olympus Tough TG-850 (mostly used for travel vlogs) Final Cut Pro X for editing

    published: 08 Jul 2016
  • Flying to Tokyo from the U.S. // PRE-STUDY ABROAD JAPAN

    PODCAST (Also available on iTunes!): https://soundcloud.com/ericabroad INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/emart756/ ----------------------------------------­----------------- The time has finally come. I am officially in Japan! But before starting my year in Osaka, Japan as a study abroad student, we'll be make a week-long stop in Tokyo to reconnect with some old friends and see what this place is really all about! Thank you for your patience in my video releases. My lack of free time may be more than originally anticipated, but trust me, I'm recording like CRAZY! Please stay tuned for many MANY more videos coming soon. I've got a lot of editing to do. THANKS FOR WATCHING!

    published: 04 Sep 2015
  • How to study, live and work in TOKYO || Sam in Tokyo

    EDIT: 6:27, you DO HAVE TO GO TO THE EMBASSY, sorry for blabbing without knowing for sure! Ohai! I talk A LOT, if you make it through the entire video, congratulations! :') Hope you enjoy this video! Talk to me on Twitter and Instagram! Twitter: https://twitter.com/tokyo_goldfish Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/samuko_/

    published: 04 May 2017
  • Go! Go! Nihon Presents: Akamonkai (赤門会) - Study Japanese in Tokyo, Japan - 日本語学校

    For any questions please inquiry Go! Go! Nihon - info@gogonihon.com http://gogonihon.com School Page: Go! Go! Nihon Website: http://gogonihon.com/en/akamonkai-japanese-language-school-tokyo Contact us: info@gogonihon.com Akamonkai is the largest Japanese language school in Tokyo with a capacity of 1,250 students and an experienced staff of 100+. You’ll discover a powerfully structured learning institution where you will take your Japanese to new levels. If you love Tokyo but think the cost of living is high, Nippori could be a great place for you. Renting a place in Nippori is inexpensive but still well connected to many popular areas and conveniently located on a circle track around Tokyo, the Yamanote line.

    published: 06 Aug 2015
  • 🎧 EPIC Tokyo City Rain Sounds | Ambient Noise for Studying and Sleeping, @Ultizzz day#19

    Rain Sounds in Tokyo - Recorded on a cold night in Tokyo, this video combine the ambient city sounds with rain. If you listen clearly you would here the distant cars and trucks passing by. Added to that is the rain pelting against the pavement. This video is perfect for that sleepless night or that unfocused studying session. Tokyo Night Street Rain Ultizzz day#19 Ultimate Ambient Noise Soundzzz Channel uploads Ambient Noise, rain sounds, Sleeping music, Nature soundzzz, Relaxing music, Sleeping sounds,White noise and more… .By creating these videos we hope it stills the mind of the constant self-talk noise.

    published: 11 Mar 2017
  • EF Tokyo – Tour of the School

    Learn more about EF Tokyo at http://www.ef.com/ef-tokyo/?source=007970,yt EF International Language Center Tokyo 27F Shibuya Cross Tower 2-15-1 Shibuya Shibuya-ku Tokyo 150-0002 Japan +81 3 6892 0320 http://www.ef.com/ef-tokyo/?source=007970,yt

    published: 12 Feb 2014
  • TOKYO | Study Abroad Blog | Tips for Traveling Within Japan by Tiffany Sun

    "We had a great time in Kyoto, and after some traveling through Hiroshima and Nikko as well, it's time to provide you all with some well-natured advice! This is with regards to making plans and travelling within Japan. Please enjoy! Of course, this can be applied to travelling outside of Japan too perhaps, but best results are within Japan, haha. And another, not-so-needed tip for the road: don't bring a pair of shoes that have holes in them--if it rains, your feet will be very, very wet." - Tiffany --------------------------- IES Abroad student blogger Tiffany Sun will be documenting her time studying abroad in Tokyo throughout the Fall of 2016. Follow along with her journey at: https://www.iesabroad.org/study-abroa... Learn more about our programs in Tokyo by visiting: http://www.IE...

    published: 12 Dec 2016
  • TOKYO | Study Abroad Blog | Discussing Japan's Societal Issues by Tiffany Sun

    "As an American, I've been quite concerned with the social issues and dynamics of my own country. However, as a student studying abroad in Japan, I felt it necessary to educate myself about Japanese society. This serves as a "palette whetting" crash course on some issues in Japanese society today that are also issues today in American society. Due to time limit I could only quickly go over politics, LGBT rights, and gender with regards to employment, but it should be known that these are obviously not the only issues, and that these issues themselves are not black and white, but are simplified for the sake of quick explanation for time. I thought it to be very important to provide a video on a more serious vein regarding my time spent in Japan, and I hope it is semi-enlightening to those ...

    published: 01 Nov 2016
  • TOKYO | Study Abroad Blog | How to Procrastinate to Tokyo by Tiffany Sun

    "In which I talk about packing and my inability to do things beforehand. As far as I know, that's pretty relatable! I've been blessed to be chosen as a vlogger for the Tokyo, Japan IES Fall 2016 semester, and I hope you stick around to see what I'm up to! Click the description link to learn a lil more! Check Tiffany out on her personal channel, "Akiran" as well! Tumblr: aki-ran Insta: @akirancos FB: /akirancosplay --------------------------- IES Abroad student blogger Tiffany Sun will be documenting her time studying abroad in Tokyo throughout the Fall of 2016. Follow along with her journey at: https://www.iesabroad.org/study-abroad/blogs/author/452436 Learn more about our programs in Tokyo by visiting: http://www.IESabroad.org/tokyo --------------------------- "Video background musi...

    published: 06 Sep 2016
  • Tokyo University - School of Engineering

    The True Face of the University of Tokyo Diversity, Internationalism, an Open Base of Wisdom. http://www.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/etpage/index.html

    published: 12 Apr 2008
  • Line 6 Helix - Study Group in Tokyo -

    Line 6 Helixをいろいろなギタリストに試していただきました。 当日の模様を撮影。 機能や操作解説などしています。 音声はビデオカメラ内蔵マイクなので、サウンドの変化の違いなど、感じにくい点もあるかと思いますがご了承ください。 企画/監修 ボーグ Twitter@vogue0327 Oka Satshi Twitter@Sam_guitars 協力 ナノウ Twitter@koyama_nanou あをき Twitter@Awoki_gt ダルビッシュP Twitter@devilish5150 ※この動画は2016.6.5 Helix ver1.20時点で撮影したものです。

    published: 20 Jun 2016
  • A life experience in Tokyo - Akamonkai Japanese Language School

    With a complete life-support department, we make sure every student can enjoy their life in Tokyo. The school features two campuses, 24/7 study room, dormitories, and job hunting support. For inquiries about enrollment visit our website : http://bit.ly/1HOyz2B

    published: 23 Apr 2015
  • UCEAP STUDY ABROAD IN JAPAN: ICU FIRST DAY OF SPRING CLASS 2016

    Twitter = https://twitter.com/awaydrewflew IG = https://www.instagram.com/who.drew/ Corgi's IG = https://www.instagram.com/makothecorgi/ Snapchat: mochidrew About this episode: First Day of Spring Quarter at International Christian University in Tokyo Check Out Information on the Gilman Scholarship which has helped me to study abroad in Tokyo: http://www.iie.org/Programs/Gilman-Scholarship-Program Music: Twitter = https://twitter.com/awaydrewflew IG = https://www.instagram.com/who.drew/ Corgi's IG = https://www.instagram.com/makothecorgi/ Snapchat: mochidrew About this episode: Snorkeling at Miraculous Blue Cave in Okinawa Taking in the view at Cape Manzamo Random Secret Beach hunt Check Out Information on the Gilman Scholarship which has helped me to study abroad in Tokyo: http://w...

    published: 20 Jun 2016
  • TOKYO | Study Abroad Blog | Japanese Addresses Explained by Tiffany Sun

    "If there's something that has really confused every time I've been in Japan, it's the addressing system! It's quite different from the American system, and I'm not sure how different it is from other countries' systems as well. So I figured I'd explain it! This is what I've gleaned staying in Japan plus a little bit a outside research! Honestly, the only conclusion I managed to get out of this is that I ought to use Google Maps wherever I go. Unfortunately, while some streets do get named, there are usually never street names used in addresses with numbers that allow you to walk a street logically to find a location. It's no NYC, for that matter! It's probably one of the only annoying parts of Tokyo for me, being someone who goes to NYC pretty frequently when I'm at home. But, it's very...

    published: 03 Jan 2017
  • Challenges of Studying Abroad

    UW students from Waseda University in Tokyo discuss their experiences studying abroad in America. Having to adjust to a new culture and speaking a non-native language, these students discuss the challenges related to language barriers.

    published: 26 Nov 2014
A Typical Morning Studying Abroad In Tokyo

A Typical Morning Studying Abroad In Tokyo

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  • Updated: 22 Sep 2014
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This video was done while I was in Japan, and was posted on the IES Abroad page when I was the official IES Abroad Tokyo Summer blogger. It somewhat summarizes my typical morning studying abroad with IES Abroad. Enjoy guies!
https://wn.com/A_Typical_Morning_Studying_Abroad_In_Tokyo
A Day in the Life of a Japan Study Abroad Student

A Day in the Life of a Japan Study Abroad Student

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  • Updated: 08 Jul 2016
  • views: 4277
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**This video also shows what I typically eat in a day as a vegetarian in Tokyo** So, I've been getting a lot of requests for this kind of video, so I hope you all enjoy. Sorry my life isn't too interesting, but I hope you find it interesting and informational nonetheless. Thanks so much for watching, don't forget to like and subscribe if you haven't already! Equipment Used: Nikon D5100 (mostly used for stationary vlogs) with a Nikkor 18-200mm lens and a Rode VMGO Video Mic GO Olympus Tough TG-850 (mostly used for travel vlogs) Final Cut Pro X for editing
https://wn.com/A_Day_In_The_Life_Of_A_Japan_Study_Abroad_Student
Flying to Tokyo from the U.S. // PRE-STUDY ABROAD JAPAN

Flying to Tokyo from the U.S. // PRE-STUDY ABROAD JAPAN

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  • Updated: 04 Sep 2015
  • views: 10955
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PODCAST (Also available on iTunes!): https://soundcloud.com/ericabroad INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/emart756/ ----------------------------------------­----------------- The time has finally come. I am officially in Japan! But before starting my year in Osaka, Japan as a study abroad student, we'll be make a week-long stop in Tokyo to reconnect with some old friends and see what this place is really all about! Thank you for your patience in my video releases. My lack of free time may be more than originally anticipated, but trust me, I'm recording like CRAZY! Please stay tuned for many MANY more videos coming soon. I've got a lot of editing to do. THANKS FOR WATCHING!
https://wn.com/Flying_To_Tokyo_From_The_U.S._Pre_Study_Abroad_Japan
How to study, live and work in TOKYO || Sam in Tokyo

How to study, live and work in TOKYO || Sam in Tokyo

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  • Duration: 29:06
  • Updated: 04 May 2017
  • views: 6684
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EDIT: 6:27, you DO HAVE TO GO TO THE EMBASSY, sorry for blabbing without knowing for sure! Ohai! I talk A LOT, if you make it through the entire video, congratulations! :') Hope you enjoy this video! Talk to me on Twitter and Instagram! Twitter: https://twitter.com/tokyo_goldfish Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/samuko_/
https://wn.com/How_To_Study,_Live_And_Work_In_Tokyo_||_Sam_In_Tokyo
Go! Go! Nihon Presents: Akamonkai (赤門会) - Study Japanese in Tokyo, Japan - 日本語学校

Go! Go! Nihon Presents: Akamonkai (赤門会) - Study Japanese in Tokyo, Japan - 日本語学校

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  • Updated: 06 Aug 2015
  • views: 40570
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For any questions please inquiry Go! Go! Nihon - info@gogonihon.com http://gogonihon.com School Page: Go! Go! Nihon Website: http://gogonihon.com/en/akamonkai-japanese-language-school-tokyo Contact us: info@gogonihon.com Akamonkai is the largest Japanese language school in Tokyo with a capacity of 1,250 students and an experienced staff of 100+. You’ll discover a powerfully structured learning institution where you will take your Japanese to new levels. If you love Tokyo but think the cost of living is high, Nippori could be a great place for you. Renting a place in Nippori is inexpensive but still well connected to many popular areas and conveniently located on a circle track around Tokyo, the Yamanote line.
https://wn.com/Go_Go_Nihon_Presents_Akamonkai_(赤門会)_Study_Japanese_In_Tokyo,_Japan_日本語学校
🎧 EPIC Tokyo City Rain Sounds  | Ambient Noise for Studying and Sleeping, @Ultizzz day#19

🎧 EPIC Tokyo City Rain Sounds | Ambient Noise for Studying and Sleeping, @Ultizzz day#19

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  • Updated: 11 Mar 2017
  • views: 1735
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Rain Sounds in Tokyo - Recorded on a cold night in Tokyo, this video combine the ambient city sounds with rain. If you listen clearly you would here the distant cars and trucks passing by. Added to that is the rain pelting against the pavement. This video is perfect for that sleepless night or that unfocused studying session. Tokyo Night Street Rain Ultizzz day#19 Ultimate Ambient Noise Soundzzz Channel uploads Ambient Noise, rain sounds, Sleeping music, Nature soundzzz, Relaxing music, Sleeping sounds,White noise and more… .By creating these videos we hope it stills the mind of the constant self-talk noise.
https://wn.com/🎧_Epic_Tokyo_City_Rain_Sounds_|_Ambient_Noise_For_Studying_And_Sleeping,_Ultizzz_Day_19
EF Tokyo  – Tour of the School

EF Tokyo – Tour of the School

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  • Duration: 1:39
  • Updated: 12 Feb 2014
  • views: 74659
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Learn more about EF Tokyo at http://www.ef.com/ef-tokyo/?source=007970,yt EF International Language Center Tokyo 27F Shibuya Cross Tower 2-15-1 Shibuya Shibuya-ku Tokyo 150-0002 Japan +81 3 6892 0320 http://www.ef.com/ef-tokyo/?source=007970,yt
https://wn.com/Ef_Tokyo_–_Tour_Of_The_School
TOKYO | Study Abroad Blog  | Tips for Traveling Within Japan by Tiffany Sun

TOKYO | Study Abroad Blog | Tips for Traveling Within Japan by Tiffany Sun

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  • Duration: 4:26
  • Updated: 12 Dec 2016
  • views: 120
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"We had a great time in Kyoto, and after some traveling through Hiroshima and Nikko as well, it's time to provide you all with some well-natured advice! This is with regards to making plans and travelling within Japan. Please enjoy! Of course, this can be applied to travelling outside of Japan too perhaps, but best results are within Japan, haha. And another, not-so-needed tip for the road: don't bring a pair of shoes that have holes in them--if it rains, your feet will be very, very wet." - Tiffany --------------------------- IES Abroad student blogger Tiffany Sun will be documenting her time studying abroad in Tokyo throughout the Fall of 2016. Follow along with her journey at: https://www.iesabroad.org/study-abroa... Learn more about our programs in Tokyo by visiting: http://www.IESabroad.org/tokyo --------------------------- At IES Abroad, we know study abroad. Every day we see how studying abroad changes students' lives. As a not-for-profit organization that puts purpose before profit, we're proud of our legacy and leadership in the study abroad field. Learn more at http://www.IESabroad.org. LINKS: IES Abroad Student Blogs: http://www.IESabroad.org/blogs YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/IESabroad Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/IESabroad Twitter: http://twitter.com/IESabroad Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/IESabroad Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/IESabroad
https://wn.com/Tokyo_|_Study_Abroad_Blog_|_Tips_For_Traveling_Within_Japan_By_Tiffany_Sun
TOKYO | Study Abroad Blog | Discussing Japan's Societal Issues by Tiffany Sun

TOKYO | Study Abroad Blog | Discussing Japan's Societal Issues by Tiffany Sun

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  • Duration: 4:51
  • Updated: 01 Nov 2016
  • views: 339
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"As an American, I've been quite concerned with the social issues and dynamics of my own country. However, as a student studying abroad in Japan, I felt it necessary to educate myself about Japanese society. This serves as a "palette whetting" crash course on some issues in Japanese society today that are also issues today in American society. Due to time limit I could only quickly go over politics, LGBT rights, and gender with regards to employment, but it should be known that these are obviously not the only issues, and that these issues themselves are not black and white, but are simplified for the sake of quick explanation for time. I thought it to be very important to provide a video on a more serious vein regarding my time spent in Japan, and I hope it is semi-enlightening to those who do not know much about Japan's societal issues, or simply assume that one country's issues are "better" or "worse" than the other, or think that a country can do no wrong. If there is anything that I have learned from studying abroad in a foreign country, it is that every country has its own set of issues and way of solving said issues (or perhaps a lack thereof). I believe it important to understand and acknowledge these issues, but also recognize one's place with regards to these as a foreigner (in that one's preferred methods of resolving or expressing these issues are different due to cultural upbringing, and that it may not be one's place to pass judgement on these issues or act upon them, situation depending), but also to try to use this stance to understand a larger scope of the issue. I hope this comes through! There are many other issues not mentioned and if you are interested, to name a few, feel free to check out historical revisionism, the koseki, the Ainu people, Okinawa, ethnicity and nationality, and birth rights, to start! I am deeply thankful to Professor Dale, of our society class, who has informed us about these topics, which has caused me to include them in this description and in the video. The further readings below are also cited from hers! Special thanks to Callie for helping me shoot this video and being my idea bouncer!" Further readings, taken from Professor Dale's "Introduction to Japanese Society" class: Cook, Emma. "(Dis)Connections & Silence: Experiences of Family and Part-time Work in Japan." Japanese Studies 26:2 (2016): 155-172. Gottfried, Heidi. “Temp(t)ing Bodies: Shaping gender at work in Japan.” Sociology 37:2 (2003): 257-276. Liu-Farrer, Gracia. "Making Careers in the Occupational Niche: Chinese Students in Corporate Japan's Transnational Business." Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 37:5 (2011): 785-803. Tsukada, Jun. “Examining Japanese youth’s perception of political citizenship What is my normative role in democracy?” ejcjs 15:3 (2015). Mackie, Vera. “Birth registration and the right to have rights: the changing family and the unchanging koseki.” In D. Chapman & K. Krogness (Eds.), Japan’s Household Registration System and Citizenship: Koseki, Identification and Documentation. United States: Routledge, 2014: pp. 203-220. Kamano, Saori and Diana Khor. “‘How did you two meet?’ Lesbian partnerships in present-day Japan.” In Stevi Jackson, Liu Jieyu, Woo Juhyun (eds), East Asian Sexualities: Modernity, Gender and New Sexual Cultures. Cumbria: Zed Books, 2008: 161-177. --------------------------- IES Abroad student blogger Tiffany Sun will be documenting her time studying abroad in Tokyo throughout the Fall of 2016. Follow along with her journey at: https://www.iesabroad.org/study-abroad/blogs/author/452436 Learn more about our programs in Tokyo by visiting: http://www.IESabroad.org/tokyo --------------------------- At IES Abroad, we know study abroad. Every day we see how studying abroad changes students' lives. As a not-for-profit organization that puts purpose before profit, we're proud of our legacy and leadership in the study abroad field. Learn more at http://www.IESabroad.org. LINKS: IES Abroad Student Blogs: http://www.IESabroad.org/blogs YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/IESabroad Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/IESabroad Twitter: http://twitter.com/IESabroad Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/IESabroad Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/IESabroad
https://wn.com/Tokyo_|_Study_Abroad_Blog_|_Discussing_Japan's_Societal_Issues_By_Tiffany_Sun
TOKYO | Study Abroad Blog | How to Procrastinate to Tokyo by Tiffany Sun

TOKYO | Study Abroad Blog | How to Procrastinate to Tokyo by Tiffany Sun

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  • Duration: 4:53
  • Updated: 06 Sep 2016
  • views: 113
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"In which I talk about packing and my inability to do things beforehand. As far as I know, that's pretty relatable! I've been blessed to be chosen as a vlogger for the Tokyo, Japan IES Fall 2016 semester, and I hope you stick around to see what I'm up to! Click the description link to learn a lil more! Check Tiffany out on her personal channel, "Akiran" as well! Tumblr: aki-ran Insta: @akirancos FB: /akirancosplay --------------------------- IES Abroad student blogger Tiffany Sun will be documenting her time studying abroad in Tokyo throughout the Fall of 2016. Follow along with her journey at: https://www.iesabroad.org/study-abroad/blogs/author/452436 Learn more about our programs in Tokyo by visiting: http://www.IESabroad.org/tokyo --------------------------- "Video background music attributed here: Bit Shift and Mighty Like Us Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/" --------------------------- At IES Abroad, we know study abroad. Every day we see how studying abroad changes students' lives. As a not-for-profit organization that puts purpose before profit, we're proud of our legacy and leadership in the study abroad field. Learn more at http://www.IESabroad.org. LINKS: IES Abroad Student Blogs: http://www.IESabroad.org/blogs YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/IESabroad Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/IESabroad Twitter: http://twitter.com/IESabroad Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/IESabroad Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/IESabroad
https://wn.com/Tokyo_|_Study_Abroad_Blog_|_How_To_Procrastinate_To_Tokyo_By_Tiffany_Sun
Tokyo University - School of Engineering

Tokyo University - School of Engineering

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  • Duration: 10:13
  • Updated: 12 Apr 2008
  • views: 25522
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The True Face of the University of Tokyo Diversity, Internationalism, an Open Base of Wisdom. http://www.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/etpage/index.html
https://wn.com/Tokyo_University_School_Of_Engineering
Line 6 Helix - Study Group in Tokyo -

Line 6 Helix - Study Group in Tokyo -

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  • Duration: 19:03
  • Updated: 20 Jun 2016
  • views: 34370
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Line 6 Helixをいろいろなギタリストに試していただきました。 当日の模様を撮影。 機能や操作解説などしています。 音声はビデオカメラ内蔵マイクなので、サウンドの変化の違いなど、感じにくい点もあるかと思いますがご了承ください。 企画/監修 ボーグ Twitter@vogue0327 Oka Satshi Twitter@Sam_guitars 協力 ナノウ Twitter@koyama_nanou あをき Twitter@Awoki_gt ダルビッシュP Twitter@devilish5150 ※この動画は2016.6.5 Helix ver1.20時点で撮影したものです。
https://wn.com/Line_6_Helix_Study_Group_In_Tokyo
A life experience in Tokyo - Akamonkai Japanese Language School

A life experience in Tokyo - Akamonkai Japanese Language School

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  • Duration: 4:55
  • Updated: 23 Apr 2015
  • views: 3400
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With a complete life-support department, we make sure every student can enjoy their life in Tokyo. The school features two campuses, 24/7 study room, dormitories, and job hunting support. For inquiries about enrollment visit our website : http://bit.ly/1HOyz2B
https://wn.com/A_Life_Experience_In_Tokyo_Akamonkai_Japanese_Language_School
UCEAP STUDY ABROAD IN JAPAN: ICU FIRST DAY OF SPRING CLASS 2016

UCEAP STUDY ABROAD IN JAPAN: ICU FIRST DAY OF SPRING CLASS 2016

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  • Duration: 4:17
  • Updated: 20 Jun 2016
  • views: 1140
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Twitter = https://twitter.com/awaydrewflew IG = https://www.instagram.com/who.drew/ Corgi's IG = https://www.instagram.com/makothecorgi/ Snapchat: mochidrew About this episode: First Day of Spring Quarter at International Christian University in Tokyo Check Out Information on the Gilman Scholarship which has helped me to study abroad in Tokyo: http://www.iie.org/Programs/Gilman-Scholarship-Program Music: Twitter = https://twitter.com/awaydrewflew IG = https://www.instagram.com/who.drew/ Corgi's IG = https://www.instagram.com/makothecorgi/ Snapchat: mochidrew About this episode: Snorkeling at Miraculous Blue Cave in Okinawa Taking in the view at Cape Manzamo Random Secret Beach hunt Check Out Information on the Gilman Scholarship which has helped me to study abroad in Tokyo: http://www.iie.org/Programs/Gilman-Sc... Music by Engelwood https://soundcloud.com/engelwoodmusic
https://wn.com/Uceap_Study_Abroad_In_Japan_Icu_First_Day_Of_Spring_Class_2016
TOKYO | Study Abroad Blog | Japanese Addresses Explained by Tiffany Sun

TOKYO | Study Abroad Blog | Japanese Addresses Explained by Tiffany Sun

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  • Duration: 4:40
  • Updated: 03 Jan 2017
  • views: 209
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"If there's something that has really confused every time I've been in Japan, it's the addressing system! It's quite different from the American system, and I'm not sure how different it is from other countries' systems as well. So I figured I'd explain it! This is what I've gleaned staying in Japan plus a little bit a outside research! Honestly, the only conclusion I managed to get out of this is that I ought to use Google Maps wherever I go. Unfortunately, while some streets do get named, there are usually never street names used in addresses with numbers that allow you to walk a street logically to find a location. It's no NYC, for that matter! It's probably one of the only annoying parts of Tokyo for me, being someone who goes to NYC pretty frequently when I'm at home. But, it's very fun to know! Additionally, a good reference if you plan on writing any mail addresses to Japan! Good luck finding your ways!" --------------------------- IES Abroad student blogger Tiffany Sun will be documenting her time studying abroad in Tokyo throughout the Fall of 2016. Follow along with her journey at: https://www.iesabroad.org/study-abroad/blogs/author/452436 Learn more about our programs in Tokyo by visiting: http://www.IESabroad.org/tokyo --------------------------- At IES Abroad, we know study abroad. Every day we see how studying abroad changes students' lives. As a not-for-profit organization that puts purpose before profit, we're proud of our legacy and leadership in the study abroad field. Learn more at http://www.IESabroad.org. LINKS: IES Abroad Student Blogs: http://www.IESabroad.org/blogs YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/IESabroad Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/IESabroad Twitter: http://twitter.com/IESabroad Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/IESabroad Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/IESabroad
https://wn.com/Tokyo_|_Study_Abroad_Blog_|_Japanese_Addresses_Explained_By_Tiffany_Sun
Challenges of Studying Abroad

Challenges of Studying Abroad

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  • Duration: 4:13
  • Updated: 26 Nov 2014
  • views: 4736
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UW students from Waseda University in Tokyo discuss their experiences studying abroad in America. Having to adjust to a new culture and speaking a non-native language, these students discuss the challenges related to language barriers.
https://wn.com/Challenges_Of_Studying_Abroad