Video Blog: Goodbye Hawaii, Hello Japan

On Saturday, September 27, a group of 28 students from the Japanese class will be departing for Japan. For nine days, students will immerse themselves in Japanese culture and travel to places like the Osaka Aquarium, Mount Fuji, the Tokyo Sky Tree, and several ancient temples.

The Eagle Eye will be covering each step of their adventure. Check back here for updates, daily videos, and pictures.

DAY 5: Mt. Fuji, Fruit Picking, 2 hours of traffic, and Night Bowling


DAY 4: Hakone


DAY 3: Kiyomizu Temple, Kinkakuji Temple, and Toei Uzumasa Eigamura- Kyoto Studio Park.


DAY 2: Doshisha Kori High School


DAY 1: Osaka Castle, Osaka Aquarium, Todaiji Temple, and Nara Deer Park

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  1. says: Lynne Inouye

    Jaryd… (Amelia you too I think!) THANK YOU so much for the great video and pictures ! Looks like everyone’s having a GREAT time ! Hope you are able to enjoy yourself too! You”‘re so talented ! THANKS AGAIN !!!

  2. says: Clarisse Mau

    Thank you for posting these great videos! It’s awesome seeing what you kids are doing and all the fun you’re having. Glad to see Mikayla hasn’t gotten lost… kidding Mik!

  3. says: Mona Asato

    Great videos and pics! Thanks for posting them Jaryd. Looks like everyone is having a good time and embracing the culture. So jealous!! Hey Marques, get into more pics! Hope you’re eating ice cream & tempura and drinking the soda you like. See you soon.

  4. says: Suzy Yoshimura

    Thank you for the photos and videos, great job! Nice to see all the activities you’re doing and sights you are visiting. Enjoy the rest of the trip!

  5. says: steve & deb togami

    Hi Jaryd,

    We enjoyed your video diary of the HBA group this past week!
    Thank you for you time and effort to put this together!
    Great job!

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