In addition to the formal program activities, Reconnaissance Japan Program students are also encouraged to take part in club or social activities on campus. Japanese college students invest tremendous amounts of their time in extracurricular activities. Most students are involved in at least one or two clubs, which can be either cultural or athletic in nature. Taking part in club life is one of the best ways to learn how the Japanese have fun.
|Drama Club||J. F. Oberlin University Christian Club||Light Music Society||Tea Ceremony Club|
|Photography Club||English Speaking Society||Ceramics Club||Art Club|
|Modern Jazz Club||Rakugo Club||Social Welfare Activity||Flower Arranging Club|
|Okinawa Eisa||J. F. Oberlin University Choir||J. F. Oberlin University Orchestra||J. F. Oberlin University Wind Ensemble|
|Archery||American Football||Obirin Dancing Company||Karate|
|Kyudo (Japanese Archery)||Kendo (Japanese Fencing)||Baseball||Golf|
|Track and Field Sports||Soccer||Judo||Shorinji-Kenpo|
|Ski Racing||Soft Tennis||Tennis||Softball|
|Songleading Dance Team||Cheerleading||Basketball||Badminton|
|Volleyball||Board Sailing||Rugby Football||Women’s Lacrosse|
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