The Arts of Japan
THE ARTS OF JAPAN
Show your students the artistic side of one of the world’s most captivating and creative nations. Key aspects on this educational journey are arts, architecture, fashion and the opportunity to take a look behind the scenes of the world of Sumo, an intrinsic part of Japanese culture. This school trip is suitable for Japanese language or arts students.
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Students gain a comprehensive overview of Japanese people, arts and culture
Participants return with a broader general knowledge, improved language skills and advanced problem solving skills
Visiting places such as Visit ’Japan’s Art Island’ Naoshima enhances student’s creativity and vision
Interaction with locals and overcoming language barriers teach students cultural differences with Australia and important 21st century communication skills
- Visit the city’s main sights including Tokyo Tower, Meiji Shrine, Akasaka Geihinkan (The state guest house) and Imperial Palace East Garden
- Visit Shitamachi, one of Tokyo’s most traditional regions, where you have the opportunity to visit Tokyo National Museum, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum or the National Museum of Western Art
- Take a trip to the Art District’ of Roppongi which hosts the Tokyo National Art Centre, the Suntory Museum of Art or the Mori Art Museum
- Learn about the art of Sumo and Samurai during lessons with local trainers
- Visit Kyoto Imperial Palace, one of the best examples of architecture during Japan’s feudal era
- Meet a professional kimono dresser, who will dress your group in a classic Japanese kimono
- ‘Japan’s Art Island’, Naoshima is a former fishing village in the Inland Sea that has been transformed with the establishment of the Benesse Art Site which showcases the best up-and-coming Japanese artists
- visit to Sumiyoshi Taisha and Osaka Castle
- Visit Shitenno-ji Temple
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