Field trip in Kobe


At Kansai University Japanese Language and Culture Program (Bekka), we offer field trips for students to learn about Japan and its culture.

99 Bekka students went on a field trip to Kobe on June 4.

Students visited the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake memorial museum to learn about earthquake. After that, they headed to Maiko Marine Promenade and enjoyed a great view of the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, the longest suspension bridge in the world built with the cutting-edge technologies. Then, they visited Kikumasamune Sake Museum and learned about the history and culture of Sake followed by Sake tasting. It was a great opportunity for the Bekka students to learn about Japanese culture and technology.

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