Isaac M.

Senior - Liberal Arts: Computer Animation and Cultural Studies
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Study Abroad Location: Tokyo, Japan


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Meet Isaac M.

Holiday Season in Japan 😊

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Hey everyone, and happy holidays! I hope you all have had a great break so far! So, for the holiday season in Japan I decided to go to a few illumination festivals throughout Tokyo and it was very lit to say the least. (Ba tum tis). I was able to attend illumination festivals in Ginza, […]

Japanese Culture Event! =D

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Hey everyone! The past two weeks have been so much fun, and educational at the same time. So first the educational stuff. For my history class I was assigned to visit a temple and do a report on it. This temple was called the Tsukiji Hongan-ji temple and the history on it was interesting in […]

Tokyo Skytree and Pokemon Center =D

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Hey everyone, hope you all are doing well. So, these past few weeks have been fun, but I have mainly studied because we just had midterms here at Meiji Gakuin. However, I still managed to go out and explore a bit.  I also finally got to live out a childhood dream of mine and visit […]


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Hey everyone! Hope everyone is doing well! So, this past weekend was not only a culture shock but also so much fun. Mejiji Gakuin University took myself and the other exchange students to the village of Oshino-Hakkai. While visiting Oshino-Hakkai our coordinator took us to see the ninja village, as well as to lunch and […]

Shrines and Host Family! =D

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Hey everyone! So, the past few weeks have been so crazy but so much fun. Nikkō Tōshō-gū was so much fun and talk about a culture shock. I also met my host family and they are the nicest people I have ever met! So, a bit of history on Nikkō Tōshō-gū it is the final […]