Tokyo was formed and has rapidly developed since the Edo period over 400 years ago, through Japan’s westernization during the Meiji Restoration, Earthquake, War and afterwards into the city we see today which is still evolving even now.
On this ICC field trip to the Edo-Tokyo Museum, we will learn about the hidden charms and the formation of Tokyo through a special ICC game.
At the Edo-Tokyo Museum, you can see recreations of old Edo in elaborate miniature displays and countless dynamic models that allow you to have fun learning how people lived in the olden days.
As well as that, the ICC has created its own original mission sheets with missions for you to enjoy clearing together in groups while touring the museum.
The Edo-Tokyo Museum is located in Ryogoku, which even in Edo was an area particularly crowded with common people. It is a place with many restaurants like sushi, tempura and wagashi alongside the traditions and culture of the Edo period.
After the trip finishes, feel free to take a walk around this historic area with the new friends you’ve made!
If you are interested in the formation of Tokyo, want to know more about Japanese history or just want to make some new friends after entering Waseda, please come along and join our field trip!
Date and Time
May 18th 2019 (Sat) 1:00pm – 3:00pm (Scheduled) ※Meeting time: 12:50pm
Edo-Tokyo Plaza, 3F of Edo-Tokyo Museum, (3 min walk from JR Ryogoku Sta. West Exit, 1 min walk from Toei Subway Oedo Line Ryogoku Sta. Exit A4)
Waseda University Students
Entrance Fee 380 yen (Student ID Required).
Please pay the travel cost to the meeting place by yourself.
MC in English and Japanese. Free among participants.
Required. Via MyWaseda
April 15 (Mon) – May 10 (Fri) 9:00am
40 people (If there are a large number of applications a lottery will be held to decide participants with the results announced on the deadline day by email.)
*Important Application Information!*
Please note that cancellation is not acceptable after selection. Please check your schedule carefully before applying.（Not first come first served)】
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