First of all, I would like to thank Mr. Yoshimitsu Kuroki, an Assoc. Prof. of Kurume National College of Technology Japan, for his advices, guidance and supports as well as giving me an opportunity to participate in the Sakura Exchange Program in Science in Japan. As I visited the Programming Club and several laboratories as well as experiments of Electrical & Electronics Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, these allow me to have a new knowledge and new experience.
For example, I can see how to make a steel casting. Apart from visiting laboratories, I went to Fukuoka Science museum to see new technologies and also went to Kyushu National Museum and Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine. Moreover, I have learnt about Japanese culture and lifestyle: Japanese people are friendly, generous and helpful. I also have a friendship with new friends and they are very nice. If I have a chance, I hope I can go to Japan again.
I didn’t imagine about I can go to Japan. Until I met SAKURA Scholarship. And I got a chance from this program. This is my first times to go to Japan. I’m very excited. When I arrived at Japan, I met Japanese people. They are very kind help me a lot of thing and recommend many things for me. I got new experience. I think it is very nice experience for me.
I got to see, how to Kurume National College of Technology teaching there student. When I saw, I very amazing because they have many equipment for student, it is very high technology. And when I came to Kurume National College of Technology, I made new friends. They are very friendly and kind. They took me out to travel Dazaifu tenmangu, Kyushu national museum and ate ramen. I am very impressive about that. And I will never forget this experience. Thank you for everything.
7 days in Japan with “SAKURA Exchange Program in Science”
First, I want to thank you Kuroki Sensei for everything you support to us. The accommodation, the food, everything was very great. This is the first time that I visit Japan. I found that Japanese people are good people. They’re kind, work hard, honest, and disciplined. The student in Kurume KOSEN is great too.
They welcome us as well. They try to speak with us with English and sign language. I think they’re so cute. The education in Kurume KOSEN is great, I want Thai education be like that. I have learned and seen a real stuff of technology items. That was very fantastic. I will never forget this good experience. Thanks for the good program, SAKURA program. Thanks for the knowledge in Kurume KOSEN. Thanks for everything in Japan.
This is my passage about SAKURA exchange program. Japan has always been famous for its culture, language, people and food. Everyone who had visited Japan keep telling me how impressed they are with the country. I could not help but wonder whether everyone is exaggerating. I was not disappointed, Japanese people are just as they are known for ? helpful, friendly, and very well-mannered.
When I asked for help, despite the fact that we do not speak the same language, they were still very helpful and tried their best to help me through hand gestures. I was very touched by their act of kindness. Their transportation system was also very advanced, organized and very punctual.
I would like to thank SAKURA Exchange Program for letting me be a part of this amazing experience. If I have another chance, I would definitely come back to visit Japan, the country that made me fell in love with it at first sight. And the last, I would like to thank you for giving me a chance to come to Japan, thank you for all your help and taking care all of us along this trip and thank you for the chocolate and letting me exchange the money. You are very kind and generous. You have made this trip special and made this memorable. If I have a chance I would like to come to Japan again. Once again thank you so much for everything.
After knowing that I have been accepted as one of the grantees of Sakura Exchange, I were extremely glad and excited. I had always dreamed that someday I would go to Japan.I think we often talked in Thai when Prof. Kuroki was with us. Sure, you could not understand what we were talking about. I think it was not a right thing to do. I sincerely apologize for the mistake.
During the 7 days in Japan, I have learned many things such as Japanese culture, ethics and discipline.I met Japanese students of Kurume College. Even though they were shy, they made a great effort getting to know us. Sometimes we had difficulties communicating, but body languages came in handy and solved the problems well.
I would like to thank Prof. Kuroki for taking a good care of me during the 7 days in Japan. You are such a kind teacher.
First I would like to thank you for a good program like this. This is a good opportunity for me to go oversea and learn a new thing. Well when I arrived at Fukuoka airport this place is beautiful, that my first impression. Then I met a Prof. Kuroki Yoshimitsu he takes care of me very well. I went to hotel by school bus it’s so comfortable. While in a bus I can see a whole city, it’s a beautiful city I have ever seen.
When I arrived at hotel. Hotel is so highness as its name and then when I went to Kurume kosen, this kosen is very high technology and students are very nice, So that make me want to study at here or at least in japan. I have a chance to eat traditional Japanese food, such as sushi, ramen and so on and I also have a chance to travel around city.
I was comfortable whole program, because travel fee, which includes international flight tickets, accommodation, meals, and so on, are completely supported by the program. Finally I would like to say this program is a very best part of my life.
Becoming exchange student in Japan, Kurume city was a new experience. This city gave me chilled and quiet feeling even there are many buildings in the town. During a week I was in SAKURA program, I visited several place like Kurume NCT and Fukuoka science museum. I went in English lecture class with Japanese students and we talked about different culture.
I learned many Japanese cultures from them, and I feel Japan is the country where you must travel once in your life. I would recommend everyone to get the unique education aboard experience like this. Hope I’ll come to Japan again.
This is my first time in Kurume. It’s not only first time in Japan but also first time to going aboard. Kurume is quite a green city where not crowded and have a fresh air. I ever imagined the Japanese people are strict and serious in everything. But in fact, people serious only about their work and they also polite.
The students at Kurume Kosen are very friendly and almost of them can speak English. Besides, the technology including machines and instruments are completely. Moreover its also up-to-date. The living in Kurume is very nice. I would like to stay more. So, I wish to go to Japan again. Finally, I will say " I love Kurume and I love Japan".
This is my first time in Japan. I got amazing experience around here. Japanese people are very polite and well-disciplined. Everything in Japan has designed by perfectly thought. There have a lot of machines that help people living more convenient.
I have been to Kurume National College of Technology to learning about Japanese education. This college has many up-to-date technology; which help students develop skills to practical use when they’re graduated. I also got new Japanese friends here who take me to travel at Dizenfu Temple, we still keep in with social networks. This exchange program makes me wanna come to Japan again.
First time in Japan
On my trip this is First time in Japan. This trip is great, I was got a great experience and I learned about 3 thing in my trip
First, I received some new technology. When I went to Fukuoka science museum, I think Japan had new technology more than Thailand because in science museum had many robot and Inter-active such as Flight simulator and drawing robot, I was excited and wanted to be like this in Thailand.
Second, I had a new friend. When I went to Kurume National College of Technology, I was presented about KMITL and I talked with Japanese friends. I asked them about japan and I received many answers about Japanese famous food, Japanese language, and Japanese Culture. After I Observed around Kurume NCT I went to casting room, modeling room and Project room and I think In future I want to learn Master degree in Japan.
Last, I think Japanese people had generous, punctual and attention to every detail. When I met Kuroki sensei and I stayed at Kurume, He take care me about everything in Japan, I had many question about Japanese bus and train I asked him and he answered all my questions. I think every Japanese people is kind, punctuality and discipline. I think I will bring these things out in my life. This is a great time for me and I hope that I will be back to visit or study in Japan. See you again Japan.