Even though your adventure starts in Tokyo, our field trips take you beyond the city to discover the culture and traditions of your host country. These trips are partially subsidized by IES Abroad. Here are a few possible destinations:
4 Days | Fall
Full of wide boulevards and criss-crossing rivers, Hiroshima is located along the coast of the Seto Inland Sea. Visit the Hiroshima Peace Museum, and meet with students from a local university. Enjoy the beauty of the Floating Shrine (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), and sample the local cuisine.
4 Days| Spring
Visit this southern island known for its unique cultural traditions, historic fortresses, and tropical weather beaches. Participate in a music workshop and performance, and visit a local university.
2 Days | Fall
Visit Japan’s most spectacular Shinto Shrine and some of the country’s most beautiful mountain scenery.
1 Day | Spring
Visit the site of the first shogunate (warrior government), the home of the Kamakura Daibutsu (Great Buddha statue), and some of the most famous gardens and temples in Japan.
Tokyo City Tour
1 Day | Fall & Spring
From exploring Sensoji, one of the city’s most popular temples, to encountering the contemporary areas such as Odaiba and the Tokyo Tower, there is much to experience in this metropolis.
IES Abroad field trip destinations, activities, and lengths of stay may vary according to term and availability.