The Fushimi Inari Shrine is an astonishing sight to see. Whether you plan to stay at the shrine itself or hike the miles of trails above, there is plenty of sights to see. The vermilion architecture of the famous 1,000 gates throughout the shrine is striking and bold. The small portion of the bamboo forest I had the opportunity to walk through was one of the serene scenes of nature I have ever experienced.
Fushimi Inari Shrine Gallery
As a graduate student and graduate instructional assistant, Jamie Gonzalez had graduate-level work and assignments. You can read about her role — and what she learned — in her professional essay. She also shared her reflections in her personal essay. In addition, Ms. Gonzalez created 360-degree videos about Time Out Tokyo, Kyoto Shimbun and Shinjuku […]Read More
Along with daily blog posts, feature stories, personal essays, and Instagram posts, reels and stories, SJMC Japan Team members crafted mini-documentaries about a specific aspect of their experiences. All videos below are organized by alphabetic order of last names and can be found on the SJMC Japan channel on YouTube. Briana Archer: Allison Binkley: Bre […]Read More