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    Eligibility: to be an international student who is enrolled at a university in Tokyo
International Students wanted for Japanese Cooking
Let’s cook Japanese home cuisine!!

Date: July 1 (Sat) 10:00-14:00
Menu:
- Pickled dish with Sweetened vinegar - Onigiri: Rice ball - Kenchin-jiru: Tofu and Vegetables miso soup - Fried eggplant with Sesame flavor - Sauteed chicken thighs with Japanese pepper *Halal chicken used
Place: Cooking Room at Midorigaoka Bunka Kaikan
(7 min. walk from Jiyugaoka Station, Tokyu-toyoko line or Tokyu-oimachi line)
Fee: 200yen (MIFA membership required)
Capacity: 25 persons
Apply: to MIFA (info@mifa.jp), informing of your name, gender, nationality, address, cell phone and the university you are enrolled in.
Note: Participants are kindly requested to register themselves as a MIFA member. (annual membership fee for student is \500).
Click the image to see PDF poster  

Event calendar in 2017
Month Day Time Activity Apply
April  8 10:00-12:00 Kick-off
- Lecture by Ph.D. Reiko Sato, Tokyo Institute of Technology (conducted in Japanese)
- Introduction to annual events (in Japanese)
finished
22 10:00-12:00
13:00-15:00
team meeting (orientation for cultural ambassadors)
meeting/orientation for Japanese host families
finished
May  20 10:00-12:00
13:00-17:00
team meeting
Home visit
finished
report
June  3 10:00-12:00 team meeting
10 10:00-12:00
13:00-15:00
team meeting (tentative)
Cultural Ambassador Presentation - LECTURE given by Nepalese, Indonesian and Tunisian students
report
July  1 10:00-14:00 Japanese cooking participants wanted
8 10:00-14:00 Cultural Ambassador Presentation - World Cooking conducted by French, Vietnamese and Chinese students PDF poster
August 26 10:00-12:00 meeting
September 9 10:00-12:00 team meeting (orientation for cultural ambassadors)
30 10:00-12:00 team meeting
October  7 10:00-12:00 team meeting
14 13:00-15:00 Cultural Ambassador Presentation - Lecture
21 13:00-15:00 team meeting (tentative)
meeting/orientation for Japanese host families
November 11 10:00-16:00 Tour to Kamakura
December 2 13:00-15:00 Home visit
16 10:00-11:30
12:00-15:00
meeting
Year-End party
 

 
Report on Activities in 2017

Cultural Ambassador Presentation Program  
Time  June 10 (Sat), 2017 13:00-15:00
Venue MIFA
Participants  53 persons
Presenters/Topic
(4 international
students)
1 Keshav Pokhrel, Mr.(Nepal, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Topic: Rituals of Life in Nepal
2 Nesrin Berjab, Ms. (Tunisia, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Topic: Tunisian Culture
3 Ayuningtyas Prawesti Puspita, Ms. (Indonesia, GRIPS)
Topic: The bilateral relationship between Indonesia and Japan
4 Yuni Susanti,Ms (Indonesia, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Topic: The Day of Silence
     
     
     

Home Visit
time May 20, 2017 (Sat) 13:00~17:00 
particpants  35 international students hosted by 23 Japanese families
university Tokyo Institute of Technology, University of Tokyo, GRIPS, Waseda University
Voice of students - Excellent initiative by MIFA. Wonderful opportunity for international students to experience the authentic Japanese house and interact with the host family .
- The activity is extremely helpful and wonderful.
- This programme is excellent. It's quite a rare chance to visit a local Japanese home.
- Okasan made delicious green tea and japanese dessert for me. Otosan offerred me icecream. We had a good talk about freetime and hobbies. I showed them pictures of my hometown in Thailand. Otosan and Okasan showed me their pictures from their trips abroad.
     
     



Report on International students exchange activites in 2016
This program started in April and we conducted 9 cultural events until November.

No. of participants: 457 (160 int'l students and 297 Japanese)
Universities: 9 (Tokyo Institute of Technology, University of Tokyo, GRIPS, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Keio University, Waseda University, Meiji University, Ochanomizu University, Tokyo University of Science)
Countries/Area: 36 (Japan, China, Indonesia, Thailand, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Australia, Germany, etc.)

Report on International students exchange activites in 2015
This program started in April and we conducted 9 cultural events until November.

No. of participants: 630 (149 int'l students and 481 Japanese)
Universities: 9 (Tokyo Institute of Technology, University of Tokyo, GRIPS, University of Electro-Communications, Tama University, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Hitotsubashi University, Meiji University)
Countries/Area:29 (Japan, Indonesia, Thailand, China, Taiwan, Napal, France, Malaysia, etc.)


This program started in April and we conducted 10 cultural events until November.
No. of participants: 619 (160 int'l students and 459 Japanese)
Universities: 10 (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Univ. of Tokyo, GRIPS, Waseda Univ., Univ. of Electro-Communications, Musashino Univ., TUFS, Japan College of Social Work, Yokhama National Univ., Gunma Univ.)
Countries/Area: 27 (Japan, Indonesia, Thailand, China, Taiwan, Napal, France, Malaysia, Iran, Myanmar, Poland, South Korea, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Egypt, Turkey, Philippines, India, Georgia, Germany, Italy, Libya, Belgium, Guatemala, Brasil)

This program started in April and we conducted nine events until November.

No. of participants: 583 (133 int'l students and 450 Japanese)
Countries: 32 (Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, China, Iran, Philippines, Bangladesh, Finland, Tunisia, etc.)
Universities: 12 (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Univ. of Tokyo, GRIPS, Waseda Univ., TMDU, Keio Univ., Univ. of Electro-Communications, Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Technology, Showa Univ., TUFS, Bunka Gakuen Univ., Gunma Univ.)


This program started in April and we conducted eleven events until November.

154 students from 29 countries and 7 universities participated and, the total number of participants reached 693, including 539 Japanese.


This program started in April and we conducted eleven events until November.

215 students from 39 countries and 10 universities participated and, the total number of participants reached 861, including 646 Japanese.



Supported by Nakajima Foundationa through Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO), the exchange activities kicked off with a meeting in April and, we conducted 12 different cultural events until November.

231 students from 42 countries and 11 universities participated and, the total number of participants reached 679, including 448 Japanese.

Thank you very much for your participation. Please access our website to know more about the activities. We look forward to meeting you next year.
 
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This program was subsidized by the 2009 Regional International Students Exchange Programs of Nakajima Foundation that Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) has undertaken.

Reports on International Students’ Local Exchange Activities Supported by the Nakajima Foundation FY2009

Click here for the report in English112.04KB



This program is subsidized by 2008 Regional International Students Exchange Programs of Nakajima Foundation that Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) has undertaken.

JASSO's website (food exchange program by MIFA)

To see the Poster of the program 2008, please click here.
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