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Located in a literary haven, students at Musashino University study the Japanese language, culture and literature, honing their sensitivities and awareness of issues, while also equipping themselves with strong reading comprehension and presentation skills, a sense of creativity and the ability to critique. These studies foster comprehensive communication skills and aim to nurture talented individuals who use their creativity and language to both view and create the world around them.
Taught by a faculty that includes current popular authors
The Faculty of Literature boasts a top-notch team of professors from a vast array of fields, including literary, linguistic and cultural researchers, young fiction writers such as Akutagawa Prize winner Masahiro Mita and Noh expert Richard Emmert. Come and join these teachers in discovering the beauty of the Japanese language and culture.
Enjoy the Japanese culture with an abundance of literature and materials
Musashino University has a number of facilities, such as the Nohgaku Research Center, the Musashino Literature Museum, and the Japanese Culture Research Lab, all of which provide a wealth of literature covering a broad range of fields. In addition to housing an abundance of books and materials for researching Japanese culture, these facilities also hold open workshops and performances in the traditional Japanese arts of Noh and Kyogen. Come and really get to know the Japanese culture!
Class held by Akutagawa Prize winner Masahiro Mita
Learn about performing Noh and even experience it for yourself!
The Nohgaku Research Center is home to a vast selection of materials related to Noh and Kyogen.
Students can choose freely between courses on past to modern Japanese literature, Japanese linguistics, traditional performing arts, calligraphy, short verse, Haiku, contemporary poetry and children’s literature etc. In addition to becoming knowledgeable in their chosen area/s students will also get to try their hand at several different genres.
Researcher, Announcer, Editor, Reporter, Publishing, Advertising, Theater related, Calligraphy Artist, Museum related work, Mass Communications, Cultural Project Organizer etc.