“They introduced recent trends among young people, including ‘oshi-katsu’ and other popular trends in Japan.
We were shown penlights and ‘oshi-katsu’ merchandise. We all got to experience the culture that is popular in Japan.
They also gave us a lecture on comparing childhood games in Japan and abroad.
They also tried traditional Japanese games that have been passed down for generations, such as origami and cat’s cradle.
Even though they were challenging, the international students worked hard, and it became a great opportunity for them to experience Japanese culture.
Finally, we took a group photo together.
Thank you to everyone at Saitama Women’s Junior College.