Global Studies

Japan Studies Roleplay Exam


Just before the Easter Break, our second-semester students from the Japan Studies program had a somewhat unorthodox oral exam. In what has become an annual tradition, the students performed roleplays that they had written themselves.

There were four groups in total, with genres ranging from horror to fairy tale and topics such as online dating and the Japanese tradition of Setsubun, where people chase away demons by throwing beans at them. The audience of Japan Studies teachers and students, as well as Japanese exchange students, were thoroughly entertained and impressed with the performances.

Thank you to the students for their hard work and great performances! 

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