The CET Center is within the International Center building on campus. It’s here that you’ll take your classes, link up with staff, meet for J-chat (Japanese conversation), or just hang out with peers.
For meals, take your pick of the city’s many cheap eateries, try out the campus cafeteria, or cook with your roommate in your shared kitchen. Grocery shopping is a great way to learn about your local community—local vendors have sustained the neighborhoods for decades. Don’t like to cook? Don’t worry. Japanese grocery stores carry a wide variety of ready-to-eat foods.