November 6th - November 19th
Autumn in JapanTokyo in autumn - crisp air and soft sun, what more could you want
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The Autumn Course gives you a chance to appreciate some of the well known aspects of popular Japanese culture. Be entertained by Sumo wrestlers and other entertainers at a Sumo themed restaurant. Do you have the guts to challenge a Sumo wrestler? Enjoy an evening singing your heart out at karaoke, think of some hits for everyone to join in with. Speaking of Autumn in Japan, what could be better than spending a day in Nikko. With its rich history and well preserved shrines and tradition, take a walk in the forest and you’ll fee like you’ve slipped back in time. This course is also a great opportunity to study at one of the central language schools of in Tokyo.
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Explore Harajuku and Shibuya
Travel to Vibrant Nikko
Make some tasty wagashi
Sing your heart out at Karaoke
Sample some sake
Relax at a Tea Ceremony
Be Loud and Learn Taiko
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- Sing your heart out at Karaoke We're sure you've heard of karaoke, but have you experienced Japanese style karaoke? In a private booth for your group, two microphones and take it in turns to sing along to your favourite songs. If you are brave enough, why not whip out those Japanese songs you know to impress your new friends!
- Sumo Restaurant Enjoy an evening in Ryogoku - The home town of sumo wrestling. What could be better than feasting on a perfectly sumo-sized meal of Chanko Nabe (sumo stew or hot pot) with some complimentary Japanese dishes on a cold autumn day. In the middle of the restaurant is a sumo ring used by retired sumo wrestlers, musicians and performers who will entertain you during your meal.
- Explore Harajuku and Shibuya First, there's the modern and ever-popular Harajuku, famous for everything cute and colorful. Then we have Omotesando with more up market boutiques, trendy cafes and bars. This tour then continuous to historical and very famous Meiji Shrine - a shrine dedicated to the spirits of Emperor Meiji and his wife. Enjoying a stroll through Yoyogi park before heading down to Shibuya Crossing, where you'll experience the rush of people crossing the street from all directions, such a cool experience!
- Sample some sake Sample the delights of a local sake brewery in a guided tour followed by some sample tasting. Spot the difference and see if you could become a connoisseur.
- Relax at a Tea Ceremony Join us for an immersion into Japanese culture by learning the subtle and peaceful art of serving and drinking Japanese green tea (matcha). The ceremony is held in a traditional setting originating from the 1600s. The buildings have been tastefully restored and are now used for activities such as art and crafts, culinary and culture. It's even used as a film set occasionally. The taste of matcha tea might not be to everyone's taste but don't worry, the slightly bitter taste is paired perfectly with a traditional Japanese sweet (wagashi).
- Travel to Vibrant Nikko A breathtaking site in the autumn months, a trip to Nikko is a must. Behold the ornate Edo shrine against the backdrop of the red and yellow leaves.
- Travel/Health Insurance
- Language Classes
- Basic Accommodation
- Activity Transportation
- Welcome Pack
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*Application fee is included in the price.
N.B. All plans include school lessons, accommodation, health insurance and transportation fees during the activities.Flights are not included in the price.
The content of the course and the type of activities included might change depending on the situation (such as anti-Covid restrictions).
What You Need To Know
Study Trip Dates
To November 19th
First Day7th of November
Last Day18th of November
Age Limit For Joining The Course
Move-in Date6th of November between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm
(If you arrive at an earlier date, you will need to find other accommodation by yourself until the move-in date)
Move-out Date19th of November
(If you leave Japan after this day you will need to find other accommodation by yourself)