Princess Kesang of Bhutan Visits ASIJ

On May 9, Princess Ashi Kesang Choden Wangchuk of the Bhutanese Royal Family visited ASIJ to speak with elementary and high school students. Princess Kesang is the Executive Director of Bhutan’s Thangka Conservation Center (TCC) as well as a scholar of ancient Buddhist scriptural text and iconography. The Princess was joined by Ephraim “Eddie” Jose, who was the Chief Conservator for the global exhibition The Dragon’s Gift: The Sacred Arts of Bhutan and the first non-Japanese recipient of the Japanese Agency for Cultural Properties certification. Eddie is currently an art conservation consultant based in Bellevue, Washington. Continue reading

Tokyo Tech Takes the Mic at ASIJ


As our high school science offerings expand into research opportunities for students, the need for more collaboration with science professionals in Tokyo has become apparent. That is why on February 26, fifteen students and faculty from Tokyo Tech High School of Science and Technology visited ASIJ to present their senior science projects. Continue reading