Life in Japan

Cao Yi

My classes are in the morning. I go to school at 8:20 in the morning. My classes start at 8:30 to 11:50 I have a part-time job in the afternoon. I am working as a part-time waitress at a Japanese restaurant. Everyone kindly taught me during working. Even though I feel tired sometimes, I am comforted by the delicious Japanese cuisine. After coming home from a part-time job, I will do my homework for two hours and I will go to bed after another 2 hours. Since I came to Japan, I went to Osaka with Kyoto and Nara with my friends. I like USJ in Osaka the most. The most impressive thing is that the sky is very blue and the environment is really beautiful. Trains are also very convenient. I am living in a same room since I came to Japan. I thought that Japanese houses are particularly small before coming to Japan, but the school dormitory is cozy. The school is 5 minutes away from the dormitory and 10 minutes away from Musashi Urawa station, it is very convenient.

Cao Yi’s day

Japanese is very important. If you study Japanese thoroughly with confidence, an ideal university or postgraduate school will be waiting for you. Every day I am working hard on my studies in order to pursue my dream.

Plan of one year


Entrance ceremony (1 year course, 2 year course start)


Sports day


Japanese soba experience/ Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (Applicant)




Summer vacation (20days)


Regular test / completion ceremony


Entrance ceremony (1 year and half course start) / freshmen welcome sports meeting


Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (Applicants) / External Visits


Japanese Language Proficiency Test (Applicant) / Winter Vacation (20 Days)


Mochi dzuki ceremony


Cultural festival


Hina Matsuri / regular test / completion ceremony · graduation ceremony / spring break (20 days)