2-2.夏季交流プログラム Summer International Program

SSIP2016-DAY20 [2016年07月10日(日)]

SSIP 20日目は、東明学林から鎌倉へ。快晴に恵まれ、とても暑い一日でした! 鶴岡八幡宮や高徳院の鎌倉大仏を観光し、伝統的な精進料理を堪能しました。おみくじを引いたり、美しい庭に感動したりと大いに満喫したようでした。

 

Sunday, July 10

It was a beautiful if scorching day as the the students toured Kamakura. After checking out of Tomei Gakurin, we stopped first at Kotokuin, where we took in the great Bhudda statue!

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Even though it was mid-morning, it was hot enough that more than a few students bought ice cream. After that, we stopped for a traditional shojin-ryori meal on the main street of Kamakura, and took a walk up to the Hachimangu shrine.

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After some free time to explore the area, we got back on the bus for our last stop at the gardens of Kenchoji.

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Worn out, everyone dozed on the ride back to Tokyo. P1070857 P1070858

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SSIP2016-DAY19 [2016年07月09日(土)]

SSIP19日目は、引き続き東明学林での合宿をレポートいたします!
午前中は、最終プレゼン発表に向け、グループごとに準備をひたすら進めました。
東明学林では、集中して作業に取り組めたようです!
その後、夕食を済ませるとお待ちかねの花火TIME( ^◇^ )
思いっきり楽しんで、みんなで羽を伸ばしました!!!

Saturday, July 9

It was a slow, rainy morning at Tomei Gakurin as students prepared to finish their projects.

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After a morning of group work, they took a quick lunch before starting their presentation practice.

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But as a reward for all their hard work, this evening we had an hour of fireworks! After a day of near constant rain, the weather cleared up, and everyone enjoyed playing with sparklers to celebrate their last night at Tomei.

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SSIP2016-DAY18 [2016年07月08日(金)]

SSIP18日目からの3日間は、期間中宿泊していたセンターにサヨナラをし、Cross-Cultural Workshop参加者全員で東明学林へ!!!
期間中何度も顔を合わせている参加学生ですが、一宿一飯をともにするとこれまで以上に交流も深まるようです。合宿後に控えている最終プレゼンテーションに向け、グループごとに磨きをかけました。

まずは、7/8の江戸東京博物館見学からの浅草散策、そして東明学林での夕食のようすをどうぞ!!

 

Friday, July 8

Another day of field trips! After bidding adieu to the National Olympic Center,

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our home base for the last few weeks, we headed first to the Edo Tokyo museum.

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Full of interactive exhibits, models, and life size replicas of things from Edo/Tokyo’s history, an hour and a half in the museum seemed too short.

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Then, with Ash-sensei as our guide, we roamed the streets of Asakusa, had a traditional tempura lunch, and toured Senso-ji temple.

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Finally, we set off for Tomei Gakurin, one of Showa’s school training facilities. Tucked into the mountainside, it’s a great retreat for finishing our Cross-Cultural Workshop projects!

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SSIP2016-DAY17 [2016年07月07日(木)]

17日目の本日は、東京の歴史についての授業から始まり、日本のファッションの歴史を学んだ後、新宿ルミネへ移動です!
ルミネ見学では、「日本の今のファッション」を目の当たりにして、とってもわくわくした様でした♪

Thursday, July 7

Today was all about history and fashion. After a joint lecture with Showa students on the history of Edo/Tokyo, the girls took a quick lunch and got ready for an overview of Japanese fashion.

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Thanks to our friends at Japan Life Design Systems, we received an overview of fashion trends and changes both in Japan and worldwide from the 1960s up to the present.

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Then, to see what fashion today looks like in action, we headed to Lumine headquarters in Shinjuku for a presentation of how these department stores work today. It was an interesting if HOT tour, and the store coupons we received at the end were just icing on the cake.

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SSIP2016-DAY16 [2016年07月06日(水)]

SSIP16日目は、午前中に初等部見学の後、日本の教育について講義を受け、意見を交わしました!
午後からはCross-Cultural Workshopで日本の広告について、各グループに分かれテーマごとに話し合いを進めました。

Tuesday, July 5

Today, the morning started with a trip to the Showa elementary school wing. In a tour led by the elementary school principal, students observed math, English, music, woodshop, and art classes, gaining a better appreciation of what primary school in Japan is like.

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Immediately afterward, the students had a highly interactive lecture on Japanese education, and education around the world.

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Today’s Cross-Cultural Workshop was on data analysis, with each group looking at advertisements from different parts of Tokyo.

SSIP2016-DAY15 [2016年07月05日(火)]

SSIP15日目は、歌舞伎鑑賞へ行ってきました!はじめて見る歌舞伎、そして独特な劇場の雰囲気は、留学生にはどう映ったのでしょうか!?

Tuesday, July 5

After a morning off, today the students took in a Kabuki performance at the National Theater. Designed specifically for newcomers to kabuki, the show started with an explanation of important parts of the stage, music, and props before the real performance began.

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The play Sanjusangendo Munagi no Yurai, told the story of a willow tree spirit and her family, a tragic performance about love and loss. Although at times classical music made people sleepy, the show was a hit among students.

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SSIP2016-DAY12~13 [2016年07月03日(日)]

SSIP12 ~13日目は、SSIPの中でも留学生がとても楽しみにしている一泊二日のホームステイでした!

まずは大学でそれぞれお世話になる家族や学生との顔合わせから始まりました♪

さて、どんな週末を過ごしたのでしょうか(*^ ^*)

Saturday, July 2

After a session of data collection out in the city, students returned to Showa on Saturday for one of the most anticipated parts of the program: the homestay!

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Armed with gifts from home and lots of excitement, students met their homestay families and prepared for a one night, two-day stay with an ordinary Japanese family. From trips to Enoshima, visits to onsen, and trips to cat cafes, the students had enthusiastic guides to the city, and made connections that can last a lifetime.

 

▼ホームステイのレポートをご紹介します♪

So excited to meet my host family! Though there’s a little bump before we meet each other, but I’m so glad I met my host mom Maki. Shes really a kind and friendly lady, always asking if there’s anything I want to go or places I went before. We went right back to her home, she introduced me her 2 beautiful daughters Rio and Risa. Then we head off to the supermarket to buy the fresh ingredients for dinner DIY sushi! It’s always a little dream of mine to make my own sushi one day, and that night was really a dream come true. After dinner, with homemade jelly, Maki and her husband and I chatted about almost everything. From studying ,culture sharing, business and so on. It’s a special opportunity for me to have the chance to talk with them and spend some quality time to get to know each other more! Next day after their delicious homemade breakfast, Maki and I went out for some sightseeing. We went to a shrine was famous for 德川family, it was magnificent and breathtaking. I wrote a wishing card for my family and tied it on the bamboo tree along the festival that was on then, and the story behind it was so adorable. Later on, we went to the one and only Tokyo tower. Then we went to a Japanese traditional garden, Maki told me that if we were lucky we might see traditional weddings held around the area. Guess what? We saw two of them, I felt so special and happy. After lunch, Maki and Risa brought me to the hot spring, which I have never ever tried before and never thought I would have the courage to do so. I was so shy at the beginning, since we must take off all our clothes for that and I have never been naked in front of so many people before. Still, I was excited to try the local style of hot spring, it’s a big step for me to do that. All I can say is you never try you will never know! After the whole experience I felt amazing, and can not wait to bring others to join with me next time I visit! I’m so grateful to have such a wonderful and friendly host family while my stay, I will cherish every moment we spent. Looking forward to visit them again next time I visit!

SSIP2016-DAY11 [2016年07月01日(金)]

SSIP11日目は、昭和女子大学から飛び出し、丸一日キャラクターやアニメなどのカルチャーに触れあいました!

午前中はハローキティで有名なサンリオへ企業訪問し、午後は杉並アニメーションミュージアムでアフレコ体験ののち、中野ブロードウェイを散策しました!! ポップカルチャーからサブカルチャーまで一日を通して堪能しました。

 

Friday, July 1 Getting up bright and early today, we started a day of excursions at Sanrio, home of Hello Kitty. After learning about the history of the company and its products,

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a tour of the show room and the President’s meeting room rounded off a fun trip.

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From there, two trains and a bus took us to the Suginami Animation Museum, where, with the guidance of Shigematsu-sensei we learned about classic anime production and the anime history in Suginami. Our final stop was the famous Nakano Broadway, home to famous stores selling figurines, manga volumes, and much, much more! It was a long day, but a lot of fun!

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SSIP2016-DAY9 [2016年06月29日(水)]

SSIP9日目は、日本人女性へのインタビューを行いました。ランチを食べながらの会話は和やかに弾んで、時間が足りない様子でした。

その後、Cross-Cultural Workshopでは引き続き、異文化交流と広告についてグループにわかれてテーマを設け、話し合いを進めました。

 

Wednesday, June 29

Following Chancellor Bando’s lesson from the day before, today the students had a lunch interview with Japanese women.

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In the afternoon, the Cross Cultural Workshop started their research project on advertising. Dividing into groups, they went over research locations and began making plans for data collection.

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SSIP2016-DAY8 [2016年06月28日(火)]

SSIP7日目は、まずJapan StudiesSSIPで風呂敷の包み方についてレクチャーを受けました!包むものによって様々な形になる風呂敷に、みんな楽しそうに実践していました♪

午後からは歌舞伎について講義を受けた後、坂東理事長による「日本の女性」についての特別講義がありました!

Tuesday, June 28

Tuesday started with a lesson on Furoshiki, both it’s history and different ways of tying the cloth. Students made bags, wrapping paper, and bottle carriers, and received a furoshiki to take home with them.

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In the afternoon, a lecture on Kabuki prepared students for a performance later in the week,

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and a special lecture by Chancellor Bando on Japanese women made for an interesting afternoon!

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