Field Trip in Osaka and Kyoto


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

On December 10, 110 Bekka students went on a field trip to Osaka and Kyoto. At Daihatsu Humobility World, students learned the history of light vehicles and a mechanism of the engine. After that, they visited Kyoto Gosho which is the former ruling palace of the Emperor of Japan and enjoyed Japanese historical architecture and gardens. At the end of the trip, they had a Zen meditation experience at Myoshinji temple. They looked nervous at first, but it turned out to be a valuable experience for them after all. As they enjoyed the beautiful scenery of Kyoto, they learned about Japanese culture and technology.

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