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Winter in Nagoya (Japan)

With over two million inhabitants, Nagoya is Japan’s fourth most populated city It is the capital of Aichi Prefecture and the principal city of the Nobi plain, one of Honshu’s three large plains and metropolitan and industrial centers. 831 more words


Kesempatan Beasiswa Program Global 30 (G30) Nagoya University

Apa itu program Global 30 (G30)?

Program internasional dari universitas-universitas terbaik di Jepang  (national : tokyo university, kyoto university, osaka university, nagoya university, keio university, kyushu university, waseda university, tohoku university dll) untuk gelar S1, S2 dan S3. 134 more words

Nova Pratiwi Indriyani

"I have wanted to kill someone since childhood:" Japanese college student admits to murder

JAPAN (WITI) — “I have wanted to kill someone since childhood. It could have been anybody.” That’s what a 19-year-old Japanese college student is accused of saying when she admitted to murdering an elderly woman. 143 more words


How the Blue LED Changed the World, and Won a Nobel Prize

Their inventions have found their way into bedside lamps, television screens, and smartphones, and have the potential to give light to the 1.5 billion people who don’t have access to electricity grids, … 762 more words

Nobel Prize Research

2014 Graduate Scholarships for Japanese and International Students in Japan

Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences, Nagoya University is offering graduate scholarships within the School of International Development, Education and Human Development, Bioagricultural Sciences Medicine (including Health Sciences). 12 more words

First Glass Blowing Class (Mon 22nd April)

Today I had my first glass blowing class. My tutor first explained the theory of the glass blowing, and then we had some practice goes trying to achieve the perfect initial shape for forming. 99 more words


[Daily Photo] Tottori Sand Dunes (鳥取砂丘)


Today a photograph of a part of Japan that is perhaps less well known to western tourists, though it is the biggest tourist attraction in the prefecture with about two million visitors each year. 126 more words