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Clubs & Organizations

Every activity pursued with energy and enthusiasm

Sports Clubs

Aikido
Badminton
Cheerleading (Men’s / Women’s)
Golf
Japanese Archery
Kendo
Rubber Baseball
Shorinji Kempo
Swimming
Track & Field
Yachting
American Football
Baseball
Cycling
Handball
Judo
Lacrosse (Men’s / Women’s)
Rugby
Skiing
Table Tennis
Volleyball (Men’s / Women’s)
Archery
Basketball (Men’s / Women’s)
Field Hockey (Men’s / Women’s)
Ice Skating
Karate
Motoring
Scuba Diving
Soccer
Tennis (Men’s / Women’s)
Wandervogel

Field Hockey

Swimming

Kendo

Baseball

Cultural Organizations

Advertising
Ballroom Dancing
Drama
Folk Song
Literary
Musashi University Orchestra
Tone Chamber Music Orchestra
Art
Band
English Language
Guitar Ensemble
Manga
Photography
Travel
Astronomy Club “MOSA”
Broadcasting
Film
Lieder Kranz Choral
Modern Jazz
Railroad
Youth Hostelling

Modern Jazz

Photography

Musashi University Orchestra

Advertising

Other Organizations

Headquarters & Organizations

Athletic Association Headquarters
Student Government
Cultural Union Headquarters
Seminar Association

Independent Organizations

Newspaper

Committees

Four-university Sports Day
New Students Welcome
Graduation Events
Shirakiji Festival Executive
Intramural Sports Day

Exchange Student Comment

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Passau University student
“In the first week of my semester at Musashi, I joined the swim team. Despite major language difficulties and impasses, the guys soon included me into their group and taught me what it meant to be part of a supportive, united team. Such great ‘team spirit’ was unfamiliar to me. I felt very welcome when everyone tried to integrate me as well as they could. For that, I am thankful.”

USA

Alex Melillo, Saint Michael’s College, studied at Musashi in 2009-10. Currently an Assistant Language Teacher on the JET Program in Toyama prefecture.
“I chose possibly one of the hardest clubs to join-- Aikido. It was tough, humbling, often times confusing with the language barrier, but the best experience I ever had. Joining a club helped me go from being a foreign student at a Japanese school, to being just a student that had to learn and do the same things as any other club member. This experience helped to fully immerse me in my study abroad experience.”
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