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It’s fun with kimono and tea ceremony! (experience of international students at Matsue city,Shimane,Japan)

On February 5, an international student from Hosei University (Tokyo), who signed a cooperation agreement with Matsue City, experienced the tea ceremony in a kimono at a cultural experience facility in the city while receiving instructions from citizens.
International students will stay in Matsue for up to one month to learn about Matsue’s history, culture and tourism policy.

Accepting international students is the first project under an agreement concluded in May 2019.
Five students participated, including Koyu Lin (22) from Taiwan in the Graduate School of Innovation Management at Hosei University , and Marieris Gerossie (22) from France in the 3rd year in the Faculty of International Culture.
Hayashi will stay until mid-February for assignment research, and the other four will experience a six-day activity program.

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