Faculty, japan studies, Special Event, Students, TV

As Seen on TV: Aokigahara Forest Ice Cave Visit Featured on Travel Channel’s “Legendary Locations” Show (VIDEO)

by Chloe Ramirez It was cold, colder than any December in my native Manila. Japan had started to lose its autumn leaves, and the wind began to bring the songs of winter. The green and orange dormitory buildings that partly make up iCLA continued to sleep at six in the morning, except for two souls… Continue reading As Seen on TV: Aokigahara Forest Ice Cave Visit Featured on Travel Channel’s “Legendary Locations” Show (VIDEO)

Arts, Concert, Faculty, interview, Music, Students

iCLA faculty/student interview video #1: What can you do with music…and what can music do for you?

In the first of a series of faculty/student interviews, iCLA Music professor Alexander Sigman and exchange student Sam Sernavski (Aalborg University/Denmark) discuss how studying and engaging in music can lead to a fulfilling life and career. Filmed at Sakuraza, a long-standing venue in downtown Kofu presenting a diverse array of musical performances, the video also… Continue reading iCLA faculty/student interview video #1: What can you do with music…and what can music do for you?

japan studies, Students

My Experiences on NHK Cool Japan

NHK Cool Japan is one of the most widely watched programs in English worldwide, broadcast not only in Japan but by satellite to 108 countries, and viewable on YouTube. In late 2017, they did a special on Yamanashi featuring iCLA students doing amazing things in the prefecture. They also filmed almost 50 students in the… Continue reading My Experiences on NHK Cool Japan

Arts, japan studies, TV, Will Reed

Professor William Reed on TeteteTV

by John Cheung iCLA Japan Studies Professor William Reed has been a regular commentator on TeteteTV since April 2016, a television program of the Yamanashi Broadcasting System (YBS),  every Thursday afternoon. He has appeared over 88 times on this show. In January, 2018, Professor Reed was invited to a Shogi (将棋) class and met the professional shogi player… Continue reading Professor William Reed on TeteteTV