Just Japan Podcast 131: Studying Abroad in Japan

In Episode 131 of the Just Japan Podcast, host Kevin O’Shea speaks with Christoph, an exchange student at Kobe University from Germany. This is Christoph’s 8th time in Japan. He has traveled to Japan, worked in Japan and is now a Graduate student here in Kobe. Christoph talks about his experiences here, how you can study abroad in Japan as well as the ups and downs of life in this country. How should you prepare to come to Japan? What are some of the best parts of the country?

 

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This week’s guest was Christoph:

Follow him on Twitter: @christorball

 

 

 

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Wish me luck on November 20th, 2016 as I dust off my running shoes and run my first full marathon in almost 4 years! I’ll be running the Kobe Marathon. You can follow me on Twitter and Facebook as I LIVE TWEET and FB the event (I’ll be moving slowly)!

 

 
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