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Our Experiences Going to Japanese University

hi guys look who it is Greg’s here it’s been like three years since you’ve been in my videos I’m like a couple years since I’ve seen am you just moved back to Japan if you don’t know who Greg is let me do a quick flashback [Music] so great guys move back here and we decided to do another video talking about our university experiences because we’ve both been out of university for a while now and it gave us some time to reflect on things and think about it a little more so I figured we’d do an updated version so I asked you guys for your questions on Twitter and hopefully we can answer them and give you guys some tips and advice if you’re thinking about coming to Japan for university did you guys have a difficult time in uni with a language barrier how was your experience for me it wasn’t too bad I mean like in all countries you usually use a language that you’re trying to learn in the classroom so like here which is all Japanese so even like I’m at basic levels they try to you kind of basic Japanese but everything like easy you have like any like questions anything that’s going to be in Japanese too so it’s just kind of get you a peasant’s of language but I mean they do that in America too so like if you’re like a Spanish speaker it’s only English in a classroom so kind of the same so you get used to it over time yeah like it’s kind of nice even if you have a language barrier to start with because they force you into using Japanese you don’t really have a choice you really do pick it up quite quickly yeah I had quite a solid level of Japanese before I entered University so I didn’t really have many problems but I did have some troubles with the classes that were like science or psychology that kind of stuff was a little difficult for me in Japanese but again I heard the vocabulary everyday the same types of terms and eventually I just got used to it so it really wasn’t an issue for either of us I think I have jlpt thank you but is it enough to go to uni there as a normal student and not as an exchange student I believe for our university you need an EQ to be accepted as a degree student yeah yeah I say I’m pretty sure it would be similar for other universities as well the gap between sang-kyu and me Q is quite big so I think you do need those extra yeah vocabulary to get through your classes in university so I would recommend studying for an EQ how is the difficulty level of Japanese courses compared to the Canadian or American courses well for our university it was really easy you feel that way – yes sometimes like honestly I felt like I was back in McCallum entry school at times it was weird but I’ve talked to other people that have been to both University in like North America and Japan and they said that Japan is known for being very difficult to enter University and to get accepted into the one that you want to be in but then the classes themselves and graduating is rather easy so that was definitely my experience yeah you thought the same classes in Japan are very lenient actually so yeah actually very easy to kind of pass your classes yeah I feel like the teachers were too nice to students yes not such a good thing but I mean it could probably vary from university uniready here it does yeah like I’m sure there are strict universities in Japan maybe like Los Zetas and you know why are level universities probably are not as lenient so yeah I would expect a little more from them but I feel like University in Canada is rather difficult the professors are really strict and if you skip a class you’re oh there’s some professors that are super strict like that and they wouldn’t accept you falling asleep in class or showing up late whereas in Japan you could just not show up for house the tournament it was pretty bad but that’s pretty true what was the face like when you guys went to uni was cafeteria food actually decent or was the conbini the choice of students well except for me I always brought a bento to school I usually made my own lunch and I would always bring it to school yeah Craig was known for that I had his bento his curry bento I like cooking so I pretty much always brought food it was kind of the same thing a lot of times I wouldn’t mix and match there getting vegetables every once in a while but pretty much I don’t know I enjoy cooking more than buying food but I think a few times I got um some of the cafeteria food we actually have a lot of food at our cafeterias a lot of choices we had like noodles ramen noodles soba there was a little bakery that smoked some breads hot dogs that kind of thing different bread like the hotdog and a bread the bean paste in a bread things in bread yeah what else do we have we had like curry like a joke good dishes was like some kind of meat and then rice and then salad there was really a big selection and the food was decent I did eat at the cafeteria sometimes I really did like going to the conbini and getting rice balls and stuff like that as well so I think it was a balance of folks they were both good our part-time jobs doable for students I had a part-time job I taught English part-time did you do any work call yours um well at the beginning I didn’t do any work at all but towards the end I started um teaching – it is legal to work part-time on a student visa you just have to apply for permission to do it you won’t have the permission right away I believe when you get your visa so you need to send in those forms and I think all the time they will accept it yeah I don’t think I’ve ever heard of anyone getting tonight and then you’ll be allowed to work what was it 28 hours a week so that’s a good chunk of time that they allow you to work you can make a decent amount of money working part-time but it may be a little different from the university because sometimes they’ll tell you like even though it says you can do 28 they only allow you to do 20 right your university might have rules but limit the amount hours they want to work because our university was strict with some student it was according yeah they wanted them to focus more in their studies than on work so it depends on the universities but legally you are allowed to work as a student if you apply for permission was it weird being a foreigner did you get along with everybody I wouldn’t say weird we did kind of stand out yeah our school had lots of Asian foreigners lots of Chinese and Korean students yes and not as many students from America and Europe so we did kind of stand out among the foreigner group I wouldn’t call it weird people didn’t like talking to us because we were the foreigners and they wanted to practice English or get to know us I enjoyed my experience yeah YouTube did the professor give you any special treatment or was it the same with everyone in one of my courses they did give me special treatment it was a course learning about AMA the Japanese flight company and learning how to be a stewardess and all the like ins and outs of the flight industry and the exam was so hard it was so hard and I got to the last question and it was an essay and it had to be hand written in Japanese and I was so slow at writing so I couldn’t finish it before the time when it was up so I brought it up teacher knows like I’m so sorry I write really slow in Japanese and he’s like always okay you did really well in class I know you understand the materials so I’ll give you a decent mark regardless whereas like a Japanese person wouldn’t get that so in some cases we did get I got special treatment yeah well I mean I didn’t but I know like based off of like learning kanji kanji is kind of hard especially when you’re in different classes that are all full Japanese vase mm-hmm I mean it’s hard for us to like well I mean some people that depending on how much time you actually study if you say a lot of times if you practice the right instruction all that then you get faster but if you don’t it’s kind of hard for us to just know know the kanji and like do it at the same time for like essays and so great and under a time limit so yeah they were a little vini at with us which was helpful it’s not like we used it and took advantage of that we tried our best but when it was impossible they were really nice about it so it was nice that’s a nice thing mm-hmm what were you guys like in university versus how you are now am i any different no so very nice person actually like we’re not exactly the same I you know like my first like real friends here yeah probably I think so yeah Greg was always one of my best friends here what were the professor is like in you they were nice I had a few that were very nice um that would like try to crack justice though but he that depends if if they studied in like America then they probably know how to kind of crack some jokes mom that made it like fun yeah but if they didn’t study Benny punching them was just really whatever yeah I kind of felt like the professors were divided between like kind of I want to see like foreign style and peeping where they’re like having fun and they’re really relaxed and then like hardcore Japanese lecture-style would literally just stand in front of the class and lecture you nothing else you just sit there and listen to them talk you’re the balance of the two yeah which was it was kind of cool I got to see both sides I definitely learned more Japanese in the lecture classes but I really liked almost assented you remember we have this one a really cool teacher he was lots of fun we came to the University today to visit our teacher so you guys can meet our favorite teacher almost Oh sensei was I a good student yeah oh she’s so excuse me how can I apply to transfer my second year of college what are the steps to take to apply for a uni from America well for majority of people what you would have to do is you would try to come here so you would try to like study abroad here for at least one year and then you get in you probably try to figure out if you want to actually be here and I guys bring it up do then yeah and then from that then you would talk to your university about doing the form and then you would take care of the forms and you know use in that back home and then they try to fill that out that you get transferred in lots of form but I guess if you’re in university in your home right now and you don’t know where to start go to your international office is usually an international office that deals with exchange students and students that want to go on exchanges so find that office and just pop in there and ask them what programs they have for Japan and see if they have anything to offer you my school never talked to us about opportunity to exchanges so I was never aware of them I just went in there was like hey I want to go to Japan you guys help me out is there anything and they set me up with everything it was lots of paperwork and lots of visa stuff and must have not fun you know stuff like that but it was doable so yeah just go into your office and ask for their advice mine’s a little different they would actually like and if you were in the language club they would always come in like the our international team here would have people come in that studied abroad oh yeah they’ll talk to you I wish mine didn’t so like if he I was in Japanese class at the time – no they would send in – my dad’s been to Japan before and then it was post about how they lived there for one year or how they lived it for six months and how it was for them and and obviously they loved it because they wouldn’t go outside the class the Romania buddies they made it and then they would try to basically get us to go in and find us to go abroad so for in Spanish class or anything like that they did the same thing but somebody that went to Spain or Mexico Sonia oh so cool they didn’t do that so I had no idea that those programs even existed all right I think that’s about it for now if you guys had any more questions leave them in the comments and we might be able to do a part two if there’s enough questions or I can quickly answer them in the comments and Greg’s gonna start up his channel again going like hands down below go cheer him on subscribe to him and I hope to see a lot more videos from you while you’re here and you’ll see Greg in more of my videos of course because we’re going to be hanging out a lot so thanks so much for watching guys hope you enjoyed this you soon bye bye-bye [Music]


Mika Carl

Apr 4, 2017, 5:30 pm Reply

What university did you guys go to? And was this for grad or undergrad?

Mika Carl

Apr 4, 2017, 5:38 pm Reply

What do you know about international students going to Japanese schools and being a part of the international program? (like taking their classes in English) I know places like Jyochi and Waseda offer programs like that but I'm still confused on what exactly that offers

サマータイム Summertime

Apr 4, 2017, 6:51 pm Reply

Sharla, You have a ton of helpful insight!! Thank you so much! I'm still a high school student, but I'm looking forward to studying abroad in Osaka this summer with a language immersion program. I hope that when I am a college student to also study abroad in Japan. Again, thank you for putting your experiences here on Youtube. I appreciate it. 日本語の勉強を頑張りますね。


Apr 4, 2017, 7:23 pm Reply

Sharla I love you hair ! ♥️♥️♥️


Apr 4, 2017, 7:29 pm Reply



Apr 4, 2017, 8:33 pm Reply

so many memories

Ava mojo

Apr 4, 2017, 10:35 pm Reply

where did They go to uni?


Apr 4, 2017, 1:17 am Reply

Sharla, what do you study?

Rezz Geo

Apr 4, 2017, 1:31 am Reply

Greg's back!!


Apr 4, 2017, 2:00 am Reply

My biggest regret was never studying abroad.

kendraa _______

Apr 4, 2017, 4:24 am Reply

sharla, what did you go to univeristy for? i would love to have a job like yours!


Apr 4, 2017, 1:01 pm Reply

Your hair grows so fast xD

Antonio Khalifa Wishnumurti

Apr 4, 2017, 2:39 pm Reply

I think he's Sharla's secret real soulmate


Apr 4, 2017, 4:32 pm Reply

pokes greg .o.

Erilas Petit-Frere

Apr 4, 2017, 6:46 pm Reply

Which school did you guys go to?

Delfina Viola

Apr 4, 2017, 6:55 pm Reply

Amazing video ^^ Which university did you two go? I`m thinking about going to Temple University in Japan when I finish school (Next year) and watching this video is really helpful!


Apr 4, 2017, 8:42 pm Reply

I did a year at Waseda (taught in English) and it was very lenient! Students would straight up sleep in class right in front of the teacher, and we hardly had any work to do between classes. My university in the UK gives me 100+ pages to read per week for each class, Waseda maybe gave me 20 per class and tbh you didn't need to do the reading to get good grades. I was really surprised! This was a really great video though, made me feel so nostalgic, my time studying in Japan was amazing and I wish I could go back ??

Jennifer witt

Apr 4, 2017, 11:55 pm Reply

I want to after I graduate high school move to Japan and attend a university there and I've been learning Japanese but I still have a lot of time left so I just wanted to know if it was hard to attend a university in Japan


Apr 4, 2017, 2:00 am Reply

Greg seems like such a sweet person. Hope we get to see him more! 🙂

Camille T

Apr 4, 2017, 6:39 am Reply

I'm at Keio (graduate level), and have access to some undergrad classes and Japanese teachers were quite
lenient compared to Canada (where I got my B.Sc.) and France (where I did the 1st half of my Masters), not to mention the fact that grad students in both countries don't usually have access to undergrad classes. Oh, and there are more and more programs opening up for foreigners with classes being taught in English (my program is entirely in English).


Apr 4, 2017, 8:27 am Reply

Haha, the slightly emotional and nostalgic music during the flashback
I love it 🙂


Apr 4, 2017, 11:23 am Reply


Kawtar Khayati

Apr 4, 2017, 11:34 am Reply

i want to study there too


Apr 4, 2017, 11:38 am Reply

Aren't there decent programs that are taught in English? Like in Waseda, Sophia, UoT etc.


Apr 4, 2017, 11:46 am Reply

How's the employment scene for foreign students graduating in Japan?


Apr 4, 2017, 12:01 pm Reply

Great video ♡ I love hearing the experiences of other exchange students! I've studied at Kobe University for six months. 🙂
If it's okay I'll answer some of the questions as well for people to hear another opinion. I think it would be cool if others did the same thing too!

1. Language barrier – I also spoke a decent amount of Japanese when I arrived so I was okay too. Kobe University does not offer a lot of English classes for all faculties though. I studied at the Faculty for Intercultural Studies and still there were barely any classes in English, so I was forced to speak Japanese as well. Which was a good thing! 😉
2. Difficulty of classes – I'm from Europe, so I can only compare to the standard here. The Japanese language classes were a lot of work compared to my classes at home (I'm not a Japanese major though so my classes at home are not very strict). Other than that I had the same experience as you guys: people coming late, not showing up at all, sleeping in class. It depends on the teacher though – I had one American teacher who was very strict about all those things, so in her class the standard was pretty high.
3. University food – It was delicious! KU offers lots of different dishes in different cafeterias… they also had buffets for salads, meat and veggies, next to ramen/soba/udon stations, curry, all kinds of dons… I once asked a Japanese student how he thought the food tastes and he said "it's average", but to the Gaijin me it tasted amazing. 😉 It was very cheap too. I'd say a average lunch cost me about 400 Yen or so.
4. Being a foreigner – I didn't feel weird at university. Everyone was really friendly and interested in meeting foreigners. My faculty had a special room where foreign students and Japanese students could hang out together, and I spent most of my breaks there. 🙂 Outside of university I was very much aware of the fact that I'm a foreigner. There weren't that many western foreigners in Kobe, so it seems like people weren't used to our appearance. I felt stared at a lot and people were shy talking to me.
5. Special treatment – I only took one class that was actually for Japanese students and not for foreigners. It was in Japanese but used a English textbook. While the language spoken in class was Japanese, I was allowed to write my essays and the final paper in English. 🙂
6. Professors – The professors I had for Japanese classes were all amazing. I had a different professor for each day of the week, and every one of them was strict but fun in their own way, so it ended up being a really good balance. I loved going to those classes. Some professors of my other classes were the typical "lecture" kind, but I'd say all of them were very friendly and nice to foreign students.

Caelan De Jager

Apr 4, 2017, 2:15 pm Reply

What University did you guys go to??

pnkt 1805

Apr 4, 2017, 2:19 pm Reply

I was in one of national uni in Osaka for a year as an exchange student. I don't know if it was just me or what, but the Japanese students in my uni were kinda indifferent to us foreign students and being so cold, should I say. ofc not all of them behaved like that. i remember hanging out with the other foreign students and Japanese I know from my parttime job and people I met at izakaya a lot rather than the Japanese students from my uni

Vizteca Jessie

Apr 4, 2017, 7:08 pm Reply

@SharlaInJapan I was wondering what the age range of students at university are in Japan? Here in N. America there are students range from 18-55 years old, sometimes even older.

I was also wondering, do you know anyone who finished their bachelor's then study abroad to Japan for a Master's or Language school? Or do students who finished their bachelor's then move straight to careers in Japan?

Thank you!


Apr 4, 2017, 7:39 pm Reply

Really intrigued to hear more about tutoring in Japan! Really fun video to watch 😀


Apr 4, 2017, 7:56 pm Reply

You can actually get the work permit with your student visa when you arrive to the country: you just ask for it when they make your zairyu card at the airport. I asked for the permit when I went for my exchange to Kyoto in 2015 and I got it straight away. Although I ended up not working at all while there it was still good to have in case I would have wanted to work.

Lowi Desu

Apr 4, 2017, 7:57 pm Reply

Ahhh can we take a moment to appreciate your amazing sweater!? ? love your hair too! And Greg!! <3 the little scenes from your older videos at the beginning gave me such a flashback! ?

Legend of Laura

Apr 4, 2017, 12:50 am Reply

Where did you guys both go to college?

Seattle Sheikah

Apr 4, 2017, 4:32 am Reply

Very informative and helpful! Thank you for posting this!


Majd Tahan

Apr 4, 2017, 10:43 am Reply

if it's not too much to ask, what university did you attend in Japan?


Apr 4, 2017, 4:19 pm Reply

I went to college in Alberta and I honestly rarely went to class and passed with at least 70s lol. I am now going to an online university so I obviously don't gotta go to class but I'm still passing even if I procrastinate a lot lol. I'm sure if I went to a normal university it would be different but there are ways around the difficulty of university here haha.

Cheyenne Shrader

Apr 4, 2017, 5:41 pm Reply

I want to get my Masters in Japan. Do you know anything about masters programs?

Lennie Meadows

Apr 4, 2017, 6:44 pm Reply

Hey so I'm homeschooled and live in North America and I love Japan. I'm taking classes to learn Japanese but, I'm terrified to go to collage because I've never been to public school. Everyone I know says "oh you're so smart you could go to collage and be a translator no problem" but I doubt my ability a lot. I have one more year of high school left, is there any tips that you would have for me? Please and thanks 🙂


Apr 4, 2017, 8:16 pm Reply

spotted the t-shirt from the GazettE's world tour on Greg, haha.


Apr 4, 2017, 2:09 pm Reply

Subs done!  If you guys are interested in Japan or going to Japanese university, go check these videos as well! Greg and Sharla are talking about their experiences there! ★https://youtu.be/Q2t0AYqzviQ  ★https://youtu.be/FC0NcmFvPgc  I hope these videos are useful for you!

honey bee

Apr 4, 2017, 2:05 am Reply



Apr 4, 2017, 7:47 am Reply

Do you have to pay to study abroad or will the uni cover it?

Adeline Ang アデリン

Apr 4, 2017, 8:30 am Reply

Hello Sharla!

I've been watching your videos for many years now and I have a question for you! I'm doing Japanese studies now in a Japanese University and I would like to know if you used an English-Japanese electronic dictionary when you were studying? I want to get one but I'm not sure which brand/mode I should go for. Thanks in advance! 🙂

Nicolle Nishi

Apr 4, 2017, 3:13 am Reply

What was the university you guys went?


Apr 4, 2017, 7:01 pm Reply

Sharla how it all begin? You've been living in japan for 10 years! <3 I would love to see a video of how you got there :3 PD: Greg is adorable.


Apr 4, 2017, 5:24 pm Reply

This video was so helpful! (Love all your videos OC) I have decided (almost) that I want to take an undergraduate degree in Japan, English-track since I don't know enough Japanese. I'm excited, but I’m also scared that I won’t "fit" in because I'm a foreigner, and I will also be older than anyone else since I already have been studying for 3 years at a university in Norway(bachelor) I really want to do this, but I can’t get that little doubt out of my mind! Were you ever in doubt before you divided to go study I Japan? Or does somebody else have some helpful experiences?


Apr 4, 2017, 11:15 am Reply

yay my question got answered, thank you 😀 !


Apr 4, 2017, 12:04 pm Reply

I am currently nominated from my uni to study in Japan for a year. I'm still waiting for the partner unis reply. If I go I'll take Japanese language courses but I'm starting to get more and more worried because my Japanese language proficiency is very low. If I get accepted I might spam your videos with questions…thank you for your videos they help with preparing on what to expect, even if I've been to Japan 3 times already, there definitely is a difference from going as a student and living in Japan… I'm very nervous so far but hope I can help others with my own experiences 🙂


Apr 4, 2017, 4:23 pm Reply

i'm so confused, what did Sharla actually study at university? Was it not Japanese?

Emilie Swiboda

Apr 4, 2017, 7:04 pm Reply

Omg Sushiro!


Apr 4, 2017, 4:12 pm Reply

yaaay, greg is so handsome, i'm loving his hair! i'm glad he's back, now you two can make more videos together 🙂


Apr 4, 2017, 10:07 pm Reply

omg i love your sweater ??

NoLife Kat

Apr 4, 2017, 6:19 am Reply

I've never seen any of the vlogs with Greg in it before but you seem really cool! I'm looking forward to seeing you more often! Welcome back to Japan!

Holly Foster

Apr 4, 2017, 5:21 pm Reply

Thanks for the video! I'm doing a year abroad studying at Waseda starting in August, so it's super comforting to hear about your experiences!

alexandra Urrea

Apr 4, 2017, 6:19 am Reply

How is the housing like? Did you guys get dorms or did you fond your own apartment?


Apr 4, 2017, 2:33 am Reply

So weird hearing her call it university instead of college. I know it's the same thing in a sense but usually it's, "Hey what college do you go to?"

Zach Richards

Apr 4, 2017, 11:48 am Reply

omg I just realised you have the same phone case as akidearest ?

Just me

Apr 4, 2017, 1:06 pm Reply

There is a scolarship that the japanese embassy gives in my country if you pass the japanese university entrance exams and you are able to finish university there. My question is cause I am interested in the one for arhitecture what level of Japanese should I have and also what are the chamces to get a masters degree in Japan if you are a foreginer?


Apr 4, 2017, 4:31 am Reply

Hey!! I remember Greg! Glad to see he is back in Japan and you can see each other more. I loved the video.


Apr 4, 2017, 11:31 pm Reply

Can someone tell me in which university they went. Thank you in advance


Apr 4, 2017, 7:57 am Reply

I like Greg's smile ? cute!

Rodrigo Rubio

May 5, 2017, 2:56 am Reply

Thank you for the information, I'm going to Kyoto University next year with a scholarship, and I was really wondering how it would be, Thank you a lot, now I'm a little bit less nervous.


May 5, 2017, 2:19 am Reply

OMG GREG gshsvsjs it brings me lots of memories from other videos ;;

Logic Shotz

May 5, 2017, 10:09 pm Reply

I'm coming to Japan in October on a working holiday visa. How do I go to a college in japan while living in japan?


May 5, 2017, 12:48 am Reply

God I want to go to Japanese University so much. Im pumped so Im looking to transfer hopefully.

Dániel Boateng – ダニエル

May 5, 2017, 3:56 am Reply

I love Greg I love you and I love the video's! <3 😀


May 5, 2017, 2:24 pm Reply

omg the flashbacks made me tear up a little bc it just reminded me of how long i've followed your channel and how much you've grown up!!! i got accepted into a top university in new york and hope i can transfer over to one in japan sooner or later..

Missim You

May 5, 2017, 3:19 pm Reply

In my university (in Australia) unfortunately only certain degrees can be considered for exchange so I found this quite interesting. Mine can be done overseas but cost would be my biggest issue. So I'll just keep saving as much as I can to travel after I finish next year. Although I've heard rumours that until we pay our uni fees back to the government we aren't allowed to go overseas, or so I've been told. Also unfortunate is our government wants to increase the cost of degrees and pushing them upwards to some being $100,000 instead of the $30,000 for my current degree. ?

Isabel Olivia

Jun 6, 2017, 12:50 am Reply

I love your sweater Sharla!!!! <3

Noir Merde

Jun 6, 2017, 6:58 am Reply

Tbh who is her boyfriend help me plz!!!?!??! Why doesn't she ever post about him or show his face!?


Jun 6, 2017, 6:09 pm Reply

What would be the Yale or Harvard of Japan


Jun 6, 2017, 12:51 pm Reply

My cafeteria at Kyushu University, Fukuoka, was great! Afforable and good food! 😀


Jul 7, 2017, 4:51 pm Reply

Greg has such smiley gentle eyes

Christopher Todd

Aug 8, 2017, 8:34 pm Reply

This is my second video with both of you and I have to say that they were both quite informative and entertaining. I am finishing up a PhD in history at a well-known midwestern university in America and was thinking about applying for jobs in Japan. I looked online and found a program from the Japan Society that seems to have a path for that very purpose (https://www.jsps.go.jp/english/e-fellow/postdoctoral.html). In fact, I think the young woman mentioned the Japan Society as one of the entities that gave her a grant to study in the country.

I was wondering if you found many foreign teachers during your studies in Japan? Also, how prevalent was English only classes at your school? Finally, the first several years of an assistant professor's life is taken up by learning how to teach and producing enough work to get good incremental reviews and ultimately tenure. I was wondering what your thoughts were on taking that on while also learning Japanese (I would absolutely want to learn Japanese even if I wasn't on the path to a permanent Japanese professorship).


Aug 8, 2017, 1:38 am Reply

Greg seems really nice. I'm out of university now sadly but I'd like to visit Japan at least.

Ashley M

Aug 8, 2017, 8:25 pm Reply

What about for nursing? It's so hard to find one.

Lina AZ

Sep 9, 2017, 10:47 am Reply

do i need to master japanese to study pure math?? please help!! as an undergraduate not like an exchange student

Bikash Shah

Sep 9, 2017, 5:52 pm Reply

Im coming to japan Next year ..Does i can study engineering in english language for bechlors ..

Soniya Lama

Oct 10, 2017, 6:32 am Reply

Is it difficult to enter in Japan university???


Oct 10, 2017, 9:37 pm Reply

greg's fucking dimple has got me got

Stephany Georgina

Nov 11, 2017, 4:50 pm Reply

your friend is a real friend he is so kind and sincere boy and sweet too

Creativi Tea

Dec 12, 2017, 7:35 am Reply

Please make a video playlist with you & Greg!!! 😀


Dec 12, 2017, 8:23 pm Reply


Caryn Schwengel

Dec 12, 2017, 4:44 pm Reply

Was there tension between the Japanese and Chinese students?

edna tovar

Jan 1, 2018, 3:00 am Reply

I don't know if I didn't hear it, but what university did they go to specifically?

Anish Sundarjee

Mar 3, 2018, 9:03 pm Reply

Are the exams in Japanese language or English in Japanese medium universities ?

Ashraf Asif blogs

Apr 4, 2018, 11:06 am Reply

Can you guys give me some informations to go to japanese universities? I didn't find anyone whom i know studying in a Japanese university.. All of them r doing diplomas..but i have a dream to study in a Japanese university… I am from Bangladesh… I've sent my all the documents to Japanese immigration for june-july session..and i am going for yokohama international language institute…after my n3 course can i admit an university directly?? Or i had to do hard for admitted…and how it will costs to study undergraduate in japan?? Can i bear it?what's ur experience please tell me..i want to know all that thinkgs

Sherry Xue

Apr 4, 2018, 5:57 am Reply

You are such a cute couple???

Sahar B.A senpai :3

Apr 4, 2018, 7:21 pm Reply

hey ^_^I want to ask if u have any idea about the universities that give you a professional graduate course . i'm about to graduate from my university i study Mabagement ! could u help me i'll appreciate that .thank you <3

Roshan Gurung

Apr 4, 2018, 8:38 am Reply

Hi Sharla.. Have u ever heard about O'Hara university in Japan?? …I've been accepted in that university and I'll join this year.. So I thought I can get to know about that university more…. If u know anything about it please tell me…. Thanks

Kkkk Kkkk

Apr 4, 2018, 9:18 am Reply

How can I entrance to tokyo Uni if Im foreigner, I mean how could I do the entrance exam ? in Tokyo daigaku or todai

Don Korte

May 5, 2018, 6:53 pm Reply

little hotdogs in bread…that's American food…pigs in a blanket.


Jul 7, 2018, 2:16 am Reply


Olipop !

Aug 8, 2018, 9:54 pm Reply

praise that natural hair transition


Aug 8, 2018, 5:51 am Reply

I love the plushies in the back SO CUTE❤️❤️

Storm Cat

Sep 9, 2018, 2:28 pm Reply

What uni did you go to?

vivek mishra

Oct 10, 2018, 6:29 pm Reply

Your university name..

tsumi tsumi

Mar 3, 2019, 5:01 am Reply

i was gonna comment about greg only to find out everyone in the comments section was already mentioning how pretty he is T^T thank you so much for this vid! i’m actually planning to study in japan for college and this made me feel reassured that if you guys were fine, then i will be 🙂

Susil Raj Neupane

Apr 4, 2019, 5:02 am Reply

Is not there language problems


May 5, 2019, 10:58 am Reply

Wish i will have the opportunity to study in Japan or at least go there. This is a great and informative video.

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