Aug 7, 2009

Study in Japan (part 2)

Hi! I'm back at promoting my beloved graduate school. Click here to read back through my first post on this topic. Well, just one perk in being able to study in GRIPS is to have the opportunity to be housed in one of the best housing for international students in Japan, the Tokyo International Exchange Center (TIEC). The TIEC is located in a lovely quiet part of the Tokyo Bay area, Odaiba. At Odaiba, students can enjoy a quiet and nice atmosphere. It is very convenient to stay at TIEC because the train station (Funenokagakukan Station of the Yurikamome) is just a block away.

And when you are missing home or need to unwind from all the stress with exams and papers, Odaiba offers a lot of recreational areas and parks and boasts many tourist attractions. These are the Rainbow Bridge, the FujiTV Building, the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan), Gundam, AquaCity, a copy of the Statue of Liberty, Museum of Maritime Science, Venus Fort, and the Tokyo Big Sight among others. Staying at Odaiba is truly an experience on its own. My personal photos of Odaiba soon...

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