Study in Japan
Japan is an island nation that sits in the Pacific Ocean on the east coast of Asia. It shares borders with several bodies of water including the Seas of Japan, Okhotsk and East China. Its closest neighbors are Taiwan, North and South Korea, China and Russia. It consists of four large islands and 6,852 (yes, 6,852!) total islands.
Why study in Japan?
- You can explore new and interesting sports like karate, judo and sumo wrestling or enjoy old favorites like surfing, diving and baseball when you study abroad in Japan.
- Japan is home to anime, manga, and karaoke—why not brush up on your drawing skills, read a Japanese comic book and sing your heart out while you’re studying in Japan?
- There are approximately 30 million people living in Japan’s largest city, Tokyo. Living in a large Japanese city will expose you to its dynamic culture, heritage and world-renowned cuisine.
- Studying in Japan will afford you the opportunity to engage in the art of Miyabi, study the art of the Samurai, and practice the arts of origami, calligraphy and woodblock printing.
- Japan is decorated with stunningly beautiful scenery and architecture. Simply opening your eyes while you’re studying abroad in Japan will make for a breathtaking experience.
- The advertising study field in Japan offers an opportunity to participate in the country’s beautiful design industry.