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Takada-Fuji, known as the oldest and highest (approximately 10m) 'Fujidzuka (富士塚)' in Edo city, was originally built around the Building 9 at Waseda campus.
At the tea ceremony booth every attendee carefully listened to the commentary in English and watched the arts of tea (お点前; otemae).
H.E. Mr. Egidijus Meilunas, Ambassador of Lithuania, was the guest speaker of the event and introduced the tourist sites in Lithuania.
Lately, there is no day we have not seen the word 'Global Human Resources' at the news. But we don't know well what that exactly means.
At the fair, you could hear the real voice about living abroad from the student advisers who had experienced with studying in overseas.
ICC held more than 372 events in AY 2012, and is now planning variety of events and programs this year as well.
Sweet spring walks together with the graduate to cheer their new lives.
The season of entrance examinations, commonly called 'nyushi' in Japanese, has come.
Here comes the spring vacation from Feb. 6 to Mar. 31 after the Second-Term examinations.
Waseda University Center for Japanese Language (CJL) offers the Japanese language programs for students, which is almost the largest institute of Japanese-language education in Japan.
A cherry blossom viewing (hanami) luncheon was organized by the International Scholar Services (ISS).
Congrats, Graduate! Please feel free to come back anytime. Waseda University welcomes you all.
Waseda University has introduced various measures, i.e. setting the air conditioners at 28 ℃ and turning off unnecessary lights; that contribute greatly to reduce power connsumptions in the campus.
So many student circles are performing here. It looks like a festa.
The annual student festival Wasedasai 2010 was held on November 6 and 7.
On October 17, the University held its 45th Homecoming Day, along with Tomonsai, the University’s Alumni Festival.
Today (June 17) turned out to be a lull in the rainy season.
Amid blooming cherry trees, the entrance ceremonies for undergraduates and graduate students were held.
Another band of frigid weather is blanketing the Tokyo area today, bringing about a dismal far-from-spring day.
Happy New Year 2010! We hope you have all made a fresh start for 2010.