Kimberley students visiting Japan

Tour will include visit to Kimberley's sister city, Annaka

A group of SD 6 students

A group of 14 students from School District No. 6 (Rocky Mountain) is currently in Japan in support of Kimberley’s sister-city relationship with Annaka in Gunma province.  The group will be spending three days in Annaka with host families and two days in Nagoya at Tokai Gakeun High School in addition to visiting various locations of historical and cultural significance throughout Japan.  The group is pictured above at the Asakusa Kannon Temple in Tokyo.  For more photos of the trip, visit the Facebook page of the Rocky Mountain International Student Program at www.facebook.com/rmisp.

 

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