life of a foreign student in japan

Before realizing it, I have actually been in Japan for nearly 6 months. My stay in Japan so far has been wonderful, exciting, busy, tiring, yet amazing. I should have finished this post earlier, however, I was too busy to edit it and I sincerely apologize for the delay!
I used to be one of the potential exchange students looking desperately for useful information about life experiences in Japan, and I didn’t find much before going on this high school exchange. Therefore, I hope that what I’m going to share below could be a little help to the readers, since I personally believe that it would be more comfortable to have some ideas in mind as a preparation.
I feel that Japanese high school life is most intriguing, so this post is mainly commenting on my classes and club activities. I’m planning on writing about daily life in another post.

My Typical Daily Schedule as a Student in Japan

I suppose that now I’m living a life just like that of average Japanese high school students. It is very different from what I was familiar with in the Nepal.
  • I get up by 7;45 am
  • I attend classes for 2 periods.
  •  My school starts from 9:10 and ends at 12:45 
  • I spend another 30 min on my room 
  • My part time job is from 2 pm and ~
  • I finally got to sleep at 2or 1 pm, if lucky.
ve finished this post earlier, however, I was too busy to edit it and I sincerely apologize for the delay!
I used to be one of the potential exchange students looking desperately for useful information about life experiences in Japan, and I didn’t find much before going on this high school exchange. Therefore, I hope that what I’m going to share below could be a little help to the readers, since I came to  æ—¥æœ¬ðŸ‡¯ðŸ‡µ。
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