Kristina Fedoretc

Tokyo's streets

Tokyo Part II Akihabara 秋葉が原

Maid cafes, endless arcade halls and anime fans will take you to another reality, whose name is Akihabara. Just 5 minutes from the main train station Tokyo Station, and you are in the epicenter of otaku – dedicated fans of anime and manga. (〃^▽^〃) Electronics City Akihabara is the largest electronics market in Japan; district…

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Tokyo Part I

One of my dreams was to see Tokyo. In May, I had a couple of days off and I decided to go to the capital of Japan. A little bit about buying tickets There are three ways to get from Kyoto to Tokyo: plane, bus, train. The plane is quite expensive. Tickets can be bought…

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There is lots of temples in Kyoto

Practical tips for fellow-students

こんにちは! ヽ(・∀・)ノ In today’s post, I want to share some practical advice for those students who want to go to Ryukoku university for exchange! Let’s go! About getting a visa and drawing up the documents I already told here Now I want to tell about study in Ryukoku university, courses etc. It is difficult to…

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Universal Studios Japan

In Japan, there are two large amusement parks: Disneyland in Tokyo and Universal Studios in Osaka. Like any large amusement park, this park should be dedicated all day to visit everything and try the most interesting. The park is decorated completely in the style of California, full of the feeling that you are in the…

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Nara 奈良市

Nara is located less than one hour from Kyoto and Osaka. Due to its past as the first permanent capital, it remains full of historic treasures, including some of Japan’s oldest and largest temples. After the capital was relocated to Heijo-kyo (now Nara City) in 710, many temples and shrines were built there under the…

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About Ryukoku University (Orientation week)

Ryukoku University (龍谷大学) is a private university in Kyoto. The University was founded as a school for Buddhist monks of the Nishi Hongan-ji denomination in 1639, and became a secularized university in 1876. It has three campuses: Fukakusa and Omiya in Kyoto; and Seta in Shiga prefecture. Ryukoku University’s global campus, with approximately 500 international…

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