Field Trip to Nara


At Kansai University Japanese Language and Culture Program Preparatory Course (Bekka), we offered field trips for students to deepen their understanding of Japanese culture and society.

On August 3, seventy-eight Bekka students went on a field trip to Nara, led by teachers and staff members.

At the Nara Chamber of Commerce and Industry, students learned the Japanese traditional craft by making a shape of Japanese ink( Nigiri-Sumi).

After visiting the Todaiji-temple, students took a walk in Nara-city,and enjoyed the Japanese historical structures, and the culture of Buddhism.

At kawachi-winery in Osaka, they learned the historical background of winery, and the way of making wine.

Bekka students had a great day to learn about culture at Nara, while interacting with other students.

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