Of course studying is important. But on your days off, why not enjoy what only Kyoto can offer?
Experience things that will make you remember your student life in color.
In Kyoto, you will have many opportunities to mingle with Japanese students and locals through special events, volunteer programs, clubs, and other activities. You can also expand your network by interacting with foreign students from around the world.
Kyoto is a popular sightseeing destination and is full of sites that will bring you in touch with Kyoto’s history and culture.
Experience for yourself the culture that you learn about in class by interacting with many aspects of Kyoto culture.
You'll experience four unique seasons in Kyoto, including hot summers and freezing winters. There are things to do every season, so head out and have fun.
Within Kyoto city, there are several downtown areas, and each one has a different atmosphere.
From affordable set meals characteristic of college towns to "Kyo-kaiseki"—Kyoto-style multi-course dinners—Kyoto is home to a wide variety of delicious things. The presentation is often enticing, as well.
In addition to karaoke bars, izakaya restaurants, and other such establishments unique to Japanese culture, Kyoto also has sports bars and pubs of the kind you might see in your country.
※The drinking age is 20 in Japan.
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