Japanese High School Students Recognized at Stanford’s Japan Day

Dr. Gary Mukai, Director of SPICE welcomes the participants
Stanford e-Hiroshima student honorees with instructor Mr. Rylan Sekiguchi; Mr. Hiroyuki Ono, Ms. Mineko Kobayashi, and Ms. Noriyo Hayashi of Hiroshima Prefectural Board of Education; Dr. Mukai; and Advisor Ishii Dr. Gary Mukai, Director of SPICE welcomes the participants
On Monday, August 7, Tuesday August 15 and Thursday August 17, Japan Day was hosted by the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE) where high school students from Japan in Stanford’s e-Hiroshima, Fukuoka, Oita, Tottori, Wakayama, Kawasaki, and Kobe programs were recognized for their outstanding performance. Advisor for Cultural and Educational Affairs Yumiko Ishii attended each of the events and delivered congratulatory remarks to the students.

Please visit the following website to find more about the program: https://spice.fsi.stanford.edu/fellowship/local-student-programs-japan
Stanford e-Kobe, Oita, and Fukuoka honorees with instructors; Ms. Kasumi Yamashita and Ms. Alison Keiko Harsch; Dr. Mukai; and Advisor Ishii
Stanford e-Kawasaki, Tottori, and Wakayama honorees with their instructors; Ms. Maiko Tamagawa Bacha, Mr. Jonas Edman and Dr. Makiko Hirata; Dr. Mukai; and Advisor Ishii

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