2013/11/25 明治学院大学 国際
Kamakura Field Trip for exchange students at Meiji Gakuin University
Faculty of International Studies took a day to study Japanese history in Kamakura for exchange students at Meiji Gakuin University.
Yokohama is well known as an important site of multi-cultural contact from the 19th century onwards, but Kamakura played an equally vital role in Japan’s long relationship with continental Asia. A short train ride from Totsuka Station that serves the Meiji Gaku Yokohama campus, it offers students a unique opportunity to explore Japan’s pre-modern history.
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