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Manabi-ya Ep. 07

Learning and Living abroad in Japan

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Aired: July 1, 2011


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The seventh edition features a student from Benin in Africa, studying herbal medicine at Yokohama College of Pharmacy. We also introduce a Canadian woman who works at a key TV station after graduating Osaka University of Foreign Studies. "Notebook" tells you how to get trains in a convenient and comfortable manner. Other features are quick Japanese lesson and a 3-minutes video clip made by students of Waseda University.

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