We wanted to have class with Japanese children, see the ancient wall and find "Ikkyu San”. Beforedeparture, children were fully prepared. On July 7th, we said goodbye to our parents and set off with two teachers!
In the evening, with a beautiful sunset, we arrived at Osaka Kansai Airport safely.The trip to Japan was about to begin!
On the morning of July 8th, the children went to aprimary school at Osaka city for exchange activities.
It was a century-old school with a history of 144 years.The tour guide teacher said that this is one of the few old schools in Japan.The school is unpretentious and the children in Japan were warm and lively.
Whether it was an interactive show or an interactive game, in just three hours, we had built a heartfelt friendship with each other.
NIFREL, the museum of living creatures in Japan, is known as the “living museum”.Here, we had a close look at aquatic life, large land creatures and birds, including some creatures that can only be seen in Japan.
We not only felt the beauty of aquatic world, but also had a close contact with animals.In addition, we enjoyedthe space art experience of looking at the planetfrom the universe on the360-degree spherical screen.
In the afternoon, we visited the scenic Osaka City Park which was built in 1586 with majestic stone walls. The Osaka Castle，the main building of Osaka City,is magnificent with copper and gold.
We finally came to the most anticipated Universal Studios, the world's third amusement park with the theme of Hollywood movies.Thrilling rides, immersive movie scenesand funny shows let us experience the true charm of Hollywood!
On the morning of July 10th, at the Osaka Science and Technology Museum, we learned a lot about the science and technology that is closely related to today's life through models and games. It was really interesting!
Saying goodbye to Osaka, we drove to the Golden Pavilion Temple in Kyoto. Although we didn't meet the "Ikkyu San"we expected, we felt the charm of the world's cultural heritage.
Kyoto is Japan's millennium ancient capital which was built according to the ancient Changan of China and is one of the important cities of Japanese traditional culture. At that night, we stayed at the Tatami Spa Hotel and tasted the local food with our classmates.