December 14, 2018

Amy's excursion to Odaiba!

In December, all the international students went on an excursion to Odaiba. I had a great time and the built environment there reminded me a lot of Sydney Olympic Park in Australia. The Yurikamome monorail (which was actually like a bus) was really convenient, although it was a bit expensive. The scenery you could see from the windows was really nice. It was interesting to go the Disaster prevention area as we could see what the aftermath of a real earthquake could look like. The place was so well designed it looked real!

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Also the Miraikan was really cool. There were a lot of robots and things like that and it really made me consider the future of our society. I especially liked the planetarium movie as the displays were so beautiful (even though it made me really tired) and it made me feel like I was really in space.

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After the excursion was over, Sophia, Rebecca and I rode the Odaiba Ferris wheel which used to be one of the tallest in the world! (like a long time ago). Thanks to Brent, JC and Scarlet for taking us and organising the excursion, I had a super fun time :))

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about Seiritsu

Seiritsu Gakuen is a private co-educational high school created in 1925 and it is located in Tokyo, Japan.

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