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On The Front Lines: JU Davis College of Business Tokyo-Waseda Experience

Minna-san Kon’nichiwa!

Whew! May was a literal whirlwind.  I’m not sure where to even begin. Well, I guess there’s no better place to start than the beginning, right? Right.

Some of the delicious, and beautiful treats enjoyed during the “dessert

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On the Front Lines: JU Davis College of Business Tokyo-Waseda Experience

By Natasha Ubani

Minna-san Kon’nichiwa,

Wow! I cannot believe I have been in Japan for almost eight months already. It is absolutely mind-boggling how time has flown by! Considering that my program officially ends the last week of July, I …

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On the Front Lines: JU Davis College of Business Tokyo-Waseda Experience

By Natasha Ubani

Minna-san Kon’nichiwa!

Last time I mentioned that cherry blossoms were already springing up around Tokyo. Since my last post, I have experienced a full cherry blossom season.

Cherry Blossoms, or Sakura in Japanese, are a national sensation. …

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On the Front Lines: JU Davis College of Business Tokyo-Waseda Experience

By Natasha Ubani

Minna-san Kon’nichiwa! Hisashiburi…

We parted ways last time amidst New Year greetings and well wishes. Now, 2019 is fully under way. I know school is in the swing for you all, but I am currently enjoying spring …

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On the Front Lines: JU Davis College of Business Tokyo-Waseda Experience

By Natasha Ubani

Akemashite Omedetou gozaimasu minna-san! (Happy new year everyone!)

Last time, you all wished me success in deciphering Kanji as we all expectantly waited for Winter Break. Now, with the festivities behind us and school about to resume, …

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On the Front Lines: The JU Davis College of Business Tokyo-Waseda Experience

By Natasha Ubani

Kon’nichiwa Minna-san, and greetings from Tokyo, Japan!

What comes to mind when you think of Japanese culture? For a lot of people, I’m pretty sure the top answer is manga/anime culture. For me, it’s sushi. Unashamed …

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