March 3rd - March 16th
Cool JapanMake your own kind of cool
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Japan is known for being cool and what better place to see it all than in this 2-week immersive adventure. Discover all things Cool Japan in the heart of Tokyo. Whether you like modern pop culture or you prefer to see the tradition of a country, this course has it all. You can have fun with a VR experience and follow it up with learning traditional techniques like Furoshiki and Shibori. What better way to understand your favourite anime than by learning Japanese at one of Tokyo’s language schools, close to Akihabara, the home of tech.
Dine out at an Izakaya
Relax and be creative with Furoshiki and a tea ceremony
Cruise to Odaiba and Spocha fun
Miso making workshop
Wander and wonder at the Ghibli Museum
Be Loud and Learn Taiko
Choose your plan
- Chow down at an Izakaya An izakaya is a traditional Japanese tavern most people go to after work with their colleagues for food and drinks.
- Try VR in the heart of Tokyo Experience VR and lose yourself in your adventures. Follow it up by belting your favourite songs at Karaoke.
- Miso making workshop Learn how to make this staple of Japanese Cuisine. Take your new skills home and impress your friends.
- Cruise to Odaiba and Spocha fun We take you on a cruise down to Odaiba, Tokyo and let you loose for some fun at the Spocha entertainment complex.
- Relax and be creative with Furoshiki and a tea ceremony Learn how to wrap your gifts with elegance and learn furoshiki, Japanese traditional wrapping with cloth. Follow it up with a relaxing tea ceremony.
- Experience Shibori Learn how to dye your own cloth amazing patterns with this Shibori workshop. This manual resist dyeing technique is recognisable throughout Japan.
- Wander and wonder at the Ghibli Museum Ghibli brings its characters to life in the studio's own museum. With recreations of scenes and life-size characters, it's a truly wondrous place and a must-see for any anime fan.
- Be Loud and Learn Taiko Traditional Japanese drums commonly known as Taiko are great for making some noise. Watch some professionals at work, then give it a go yourself and see if you have the rhythm.
- Activity Transportation
- Travel/Health Insurance
- Language Classes
- Basic Accommodation
- Welcome Pack