Academic Calendar

  • April

    Entrance Ceremony and Welcome Party for New Students of April;
    Spring Student Assembly, etc.

    Entrance Ceremony

    • April
    • April
  • May

    Field trip; Crime Prevention Classroom

    Field trip: 2 times in a year

    One-day trip to the famous sightseeing spots such as Kyoto, Nara, etc.

    • May
    • May
  • June

    Visiting the class of KD(sophomore students)

  • July

    Bowling Game; Summer Student Assembly;
    Entrance Ceremony and Welcome Party for New Students of July

    • July
      Bowling Game
  • August

    Summer Vacation; Enterprise Seminar

    In weekend and long vacation, students in department of Japanese can join lots of enterprise seminars. It's a good chance to know about information of companies.

    • August
    • August
  • September & October

    Examination of the First Semester; Autumn Student Assembly;
    Entrance Ceremony and Welcome Party for New Students of October

  • November

    School Festival; Field trip

    School Festival:

    International students make exotic food which is always popular every year.

    • Novenber
    • Novenber
  • December & January

    Winter Vacation; Winter Student Assembly

  • February

    Lunar New Year Party(rice cake making); Graduation Presentation

    Lunar New Year Party:

    International students could enjoy activities of Japanese culture at the party such as making rice cake, eating Osechi-ryori (Japanese traditional New Year's dish), and playing Japanese traditional games.

    • February
    • February
    • February
      Graduation Presentation
  • March

    Examination of Second Semester; Graduation Ceremony; Graduation Party

    Graduation Ceremony

    • March
    • March
  • Other Events

    Japanese Art of Tea Ceremony; Noh Performance; Yukata Wearing Party etc.

    • Other Events
      Japanese Art of Tea Ceremony
    • Other Events
      Yukata Wearing Party
    • Other Events
      Nagashi Somen Party (Flowing noodle).
    • Other Events
      Noh Performance (one of the traditional Japanese dramas)