Faculty-led study tour programs BANKING & FINANCE

BANKING-JAPAN

Overview

The Japan Banking & Finance study tour provides students an opportunity to undertake a broad study of the financial environment within Japan. Students will have the opportunity to engage with universities and academics, industry company visits, government agencies and visiting unique cultural attractions.

Recommended List of Companies to Visit

1

Tokyo Stock Exchange

The (TSE) deals with the largest amount of combined capital of any stock exchange in Asia.

2

Bank of Japan

Japan’s central bank. Established in 1882, is the sole bank that issues the yen.

3

Mizuho Corporate Bank

The bank provides business financial services.

4

Tokio Marine Holdings

Japan’s oldest insurance company founded 140 years ago.

5

Nomura

A leading global financial services group.

6

SBI Ripple Asia

A fintech company offering next-generation payment platform.

7

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi

Is the largest bank in Japan. It is the main subsidiary of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group.

8

Deloitte Japan

Japan’s leading audit firm providing a wide range of professional and advisory services.

9

Financial Services Agency

Is a Japanese government agency and an integrated financial regulator.

RECOMMENDED HIGHER LEARNING INSTITUTIONS TO EXCHANGE

Waseda University | Doshisha University | The University of Tokyo
Tokyo International University | Osaka University

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Destination Highlights

Electric-Powered Biking Tour

Take a pedal-powered trip through Tokyo aboard an electric-powered cycle on this sightseeing tour by bike. Sample a mix of the Japanese capital’s historic and modern landmarks, visiting hotspots like the neighbourhoods of Asakusa, and Akihabara, the Imperial Palace.

Tokyo Sumo Practice Walking Tour

Get an inside look into Japan’s ancient, traditional national sport: sumo wrestling. On this training tour you’ll see the athletes practising, close up. Enjoy this exclusive insight into Japanese culture and history through this fascinating sport.

Washi Paper Making

Learn about this traditional process before getting your hands dirty making ‘washi’ (Japanese paper) the age-old way for yourself!

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