One of the newest classes at Temple University is Special Topics: Practical Japanese for the Study Abroad Student. This class not only teaches useful Japanese phrases to students, but also helps to immerse them in the culture through class activities and educational field trips. For this field trip, the class visited Zojo-ji (a Buddhist temple in Shibakoen) and Tokyo Tower.
“But the title mentioned a party?”
Correct! But yet again, not that kind of party.
Kitazono Dormitory, where many of the female students live, hosted an exchange party on Sunday (September 18th). There were some traditional summer festival games, free food, and lots of conversation between all of the tenants!
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