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Student, Idols are super!!
P.S - I went on a science camp in Thailand earlier this year and I kept a VLOG and also updated my twitter very regularly whilst there, just to let my friends know about the wonderful Thai culture. So I'd be more than happy to document my holiday whilst in Japan to raise the awareness to my friends, who also have plans on visiting Japan about how wonderful it is.
Also, even if my airfares are not paid for by JMETI I will still go to Japan anyway, this will just be a bonus and would allow me to spend more money...
Hi Danny, Firstly I would like to thank the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry for giving people like me the opportunity to apply for an experience like this. Secondly, I would like to say that you are quite an inspiration, and have definitely inspired me to pursue studying Japanese. now finally my travel details:
-I am planning on going to Japan in January and staying in the Tokyo area. To be more specific, I was planning on arriving in Japan on January the 1st and leaving on the 11th and staying in Ikebukuro.
-During my time there I would like to go to some Idol concerts, AKB48 and Hello! Project concerts.
-Whilst there I would also like to go to Akihabara and Harajuku and spend a bit of my hard-earned McDonald money.
-I am currently a Year 12 student studying in Australia, however in January I would have graduated highschool and I thought that going on a holiday to Japan would be an excellent way to unwind after 13 years of school and a great relaxation before my years at University.
-I have been slightly obsessed with idols since September of 2009 and they have caused me to try hard in school just with the incentive that one day, I might be able to see them live.
-Obviously whilst I am in Japan I will not just indulge in the Idol culture but I would also like to experience other parts of Japan, such as the hot springs and the delicious cuisine.
Thank you for taking the time to read my long-winded reason why I would love to go to Japan.