Life at Hanazono University
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Japanese archery, tea ceremony, calligraphy, *iaidô*, traditional Japanese music, international student association, history circle, Kyoto strolling, basketball, badminton, volleyball, etc.
Many students from China, Korea and other countries enroll in Hanazono University. Students of every country form a club and participate as a club in activities such as the bazaar held at the school festival.
Each May, foreign students of our university go on a trip together –– an opportunity to sightsee some famous spots and experience Japanese culture.
This year (2016) we visited Tojinbo on the coast of Fukui, Kenrokuen Garden in Kanazawa, and experienced making *kamaboko*. At our *ryokan *we enjoyed the *onsen* and Japanese cuisine. It was a great chance for foreign students to deepen friendships and enjoy a trip together.