Study Kyoto Newsletter Vol. V
December puts a charming chill on the city of Kyoto, and makes its many small backstreets and cafés all the cozier.
In Volume V of Study Kyoto Newsletter, we’re bringing you a mix of fun and work, with guides to hang out in the city, as well as an introduction to job-hunting in Japan, and job search opportunities in Kyoto.
How to Study Japanese Volume II
For Volume two of our how to study Japanese series, we interviewed Mr. Mai Cong Hung, a Kyoto University Masters student from Vietnam. He talked to us about his favorite novels, his journey to Japan, and experiencing Japanese slang at school clubs.
Read more about Mai’s story⇒
How to Spend Your Weekends in Kyoto
Think there’s not much to do in Kyoto? Think again! Ms. Hyejin Namgung from Korea, a student at Kyoto University, took us on some weekend Kyoto adventures to show you a few ways you can enjoy this beautiful city.
Here comes the weekend!⇒
What to do in Kyoto after school?
Edouard Decaen, a French graduate student at Ritsumeikan University showed us that Kyoto is not to be bested by Osaka or Tokyo. From shrines to bars and hang out spots–and even to gaming shops and the Kawaramachi Pokémon Center, Edouard gives us a tour of another side of Kyoto.
For hobbies, anime, and gaming in Kyoto!⇒
Job-Hunting in Japan 101
Kyoto has many opportunities for fun, but it’s also a global city whose industries are increasingly seeking to hire international students. Looking to find a job in Japan? This is your one-stop guide!
Learn more about working in Kyoto⇒