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What are the advantages of art students studying in Japan

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On the way to study art, choosing a favorite country is a particularly important step.

Different countries also have completely different examination requirements, so determining the country as soon as possible can save us time and invest in preparing for the examination faster.

Let’s take a quick look at Japan’s unique advantages. Is it suitable for you?

Unique culture

People studying art abroad hope to contact different things and cultures in different countries, and stimulate themselves to make better works through cultural exchanges and collisions.

People studying art abroad hope to contact different things and cultures in different countries, and stimulate themselves to make better works through cultural exchanges and collisions.

Temples, shrines and ancient buildings that can be seen everywhere in Japan, combined with the courtyard of dry landscape, are a spiritual recovery place for many artists who are tired and lack of inspiration. In addition, Japan has many art galleries built in mountains and parks.

When studying art abroad, knowledge comes not only from the classroom, but also from watching exhibitions.

These elegant and quiet art galleries are also the art holy land for art students.

Japan’s unique culture occupies a certain position in oriental aesthetics. For example, in Japanese culture: silence, seclusion and sorrow.

Japan’s pure art, the Zongda Guanglin school in the Edo era, ukiyo painting and the new school of things in modern times all occupy an indelible position in the history of art.

Lin School and ukiyo painting have had a great impact on Europe and are quite famous in China, so I won’t repeat it.

So what is wupai?

Wu school is an important school in the history of postwar Japanese art. It appeared and influenced postwar Japanese art from the late 1960s to the early 1970s.

A series of artists try to separate the subject from the object by presenting natural materials such as wood and stone, as well as almost unprocessed materials such as paper and iron, hoping to freely explore the relationship between “things”.

Representative artists: Kan Gen and Li Yuhuan

Economic advantage

Compared with other countries, studying in Japan has great economic advantages. Whether it is tuition, living expenses and other expenses, if necessary, working is also a good choice to reduce the economic burden.

What about the tuition fees?

Tuition fees: there is a big gap between public and private tuition fees in Japan. Public schools are about 40000 a year and private schools are about 110000. But even the more expensive private schools have great economic advantages compared with the United States and Britain, which are prone to more than 200000.

What about the cost of living?

Living expenses: because of the living habits of the Japanese, there are many small apartments suitable for students, and the price is also low. The central area of Tokyo is 20 square meters, 3000-5000 yuan, and about 2000-3000 yuan is more than 40 minutes away from the subway in the central area. It’s cheaper to leave Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, or smaller cities. Compared with only large-scale houses in Europe and America, houses similar to single apartments in Japan are more suitable for students.

If you want to work, what is Japan’s policy?

Working: Japan has a relatively loose working policy for foreign students. As long as you apply when you enter Japan, you can work within 28 hours a week in places other than customs and industries. The wage of working starts at 60 yuan per hour. Working two or three times a week can basically protect your living expenses. European countries can work, but there are few people, and the job opportunities are relatively small. Britain can work, but the school system is short and there is not much extra-curricular time. The United States only allows fewer jobs and more students. Therefore, Japan’s work policy is more suitable for most students, subsidizing living expenses while reading.

And domestic cultural exchange

Although there are great differences between Japan and China, many Japanese cultures originated from China, so there are many common parts.

For example, my Japanese classmate drew a picture with a moon, and I vaguely felt the melancholy atmosphere,

I asked her if she was homesick, and she excitedly pulled me and said yes. What she drew was the content of that poem.

Such deep-seated cultural and emotional resonance is difficult to explain to Europeans and Americans who have not read water tune.

Similarly, art students who have received Japanese culture and aesthetic education can easily adapt to the domestic market after returning home from graduation.

There is almost no need for a transition period, and there is no need for deliberate changes in aesthetics.

Animation Major

In recent years, with the popularity of Japanese animation, more and more people want to learn animation.

But there are few schools that have comics in China. Kyoto University is the most perfect target school in comics.

Japan not only teaches comics longer and more professionally, but also has a very perfect comics market. If you work in Japan for two years after graduation, you will make great progress in the process, division and refinement of comics.

Including the hottest game majors now, many are animation styles, and there is an urgent need for a large number of original painters, scene painters and so on.

Students who have learned comics well can easily enter large game companies in Japan or China and give full play to their advantages.

Employment advantage

Japan welcomes technical talents and highly skilled talents very much. After studying in Japan and passing the language level, many people will choose to work in Japan after learning enough skills.

As long as you find a full-time job in Japan, you can apply for a formal employment visa. Compared with the UK, which only allows one-year internship, the United States needs companies to provide proof that you are indispensable for this position. There are few jobs in European countries.

Japan has many companies, dense population, many jobs and high visa passing rate. Japan is more suitable for students who don’t want to read only and want to have an in-depth understanding of the working life of the target country.

Japan is only two hours away from the Chinese plane. It has the same culture and similar personality. In the event of an epidemic crisis, it can quickly return home, giving people a lot of security.

In addition to cultural similarities, there are many fresh and different minority cultures, which can bring a lot of inspiration to art students.

Considering the future, the prospect of returning home or staying in Japan is very clear.