The Japan Club at USF is growing in membership and providing exciting opportunities for students to expand their knowledge about Japanese culture and society.
Many students who are pursuing majors, minors and certificates in Japanese Studies belong to the Japan Cub. The group sponsors a variety of events, including Kimono Wearing, Tea Ceremony, Sword, and Flower Arrangement demonstrations. The club also volunteers for community activities, such as assisting with the
annual Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival in San Francisco Japan Town and guiding college students from Japan to major attractions in San Francisco.
You do not have to know Japanese in order to join — You just need to be
interested in Japan! For more information, contact Professor Noriko Nagata (Japan Cub Advisor) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo credit: © Noriko Nagata — Tea Ceremony (left); Kimono wearing demonstration event (right)