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Ganbatte! Adventuring in Tokyo – 2015

GE2015_JapanJapan

Course Title: Japanese Media & Popular Culture
Course Number: COM 3381
Credit Hours: 4
Term Offered: May 2015
Prerequisite: None
Travel Dates: May 12 – 26, 2015
Estimated Cost:

  • $5,099 – $5,399 (10 – 14 students)
  • $4,799 – $4,899 (15 – 18 students)

Faculty Leaders: Dr. Stefan Hall & Dr. Wilfred Tremblay

Do you like Japanese video games? Do you watch anime or read manga? Join this program and tour extensively in Tokyo as you examine Japanese media and popular culture and their influence in the United States. While you’re there, visit Akihabara Electric Town, stroll the Harajuku fashion district, and experience Tokyo Disneyland!

Program Highlights:

  • Accommodations in traditional Japanese Ryokan hostels (multiple occupancy)
  • All breakfasts, 1 lunch & 5 dinners
  • Tokyo city tour and 18 site visits, including
  • Akihabara Electric Town and Harajuku District Tour
  • Asakusa Temple and Sanja Matsuri
  • Day trip to Nikko
  • Ochiaishirayama Shrine
  • Sumo match or practice and Baseball game
  • Tokyo Disneyland

Interest Meetings: Join us for the next interest meeting on Thursday, October 2 at 4:00 p.m. in School of Education 112.

Upcoming Events

    Oct
    01
    10.01

    Application Deadline for Spring 2015 Programs
    Oct
    02
    10.02 - 3:15pm

    Interest Meeting: Shakespeare in Performance – United Kingdom
    Oct
    02
    10.02 - 4:00pm

    Interest Meeting: Ganbatte! Adventuring in Tokyo

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Phone: 336-841-9280
Email: studyabroad@highpoint.edu

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