Phase 1

Study theme selection: history, art, architecture, cuisine, religion, and more. Once chosen, the teacher leads the class through curriculum designed by notable scholars in preparation for the study tour in Japan.

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Phase 2

A two-week group visit brings Phase 1 curriculum to life. Complete immersion in the Japanese culture includes study days in Tokyo and Kyoto, a weeklong homestay with a Japanese family, and school visits.

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Phase 3

Follow-on activities allow students to reflect on all of their experiences, discuss how their perspective of Japan has evolved, and share what they’ve learned—continuing to ignite the flame of discovery with others.

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