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Are you Japanese and living in the Netherlands?

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The Leiden University and JACCU Research Project is conducted by three students majoring in Japan Studies and International Studies, in collaboration with JACCU, the Japanese Art & Culture Centre of Utrecht. Would you like to share your experiences in an interview?


We are looking for your cooperation to build the community of JACCU. We would like to interview Japanese people living in the Netherlands to gain a better insight into the community. In this research, we’re hoping to learn more about your experience living in the Netherlands and its culture.

What do you enjoy?
What do you miss?
How is your life experience compared to Japan?

Please let us know in a short interview!

An interview about your experiences living in the Netherlands and / or Japan
An online meeting through Zoom Meetings
30 – 40 minutes
We’ll contact you to make an appointment before the 12th of May.

We appreciate your interest!

Interested in participating in this research project and sharing your experiences? Please use the button to sign up and fill in the contact form. We’ll contact you as soon as possible to make an appointment.

Please note: we are no longer accepting contact forms of this research project. Thank you very much for your interest and participation!


Leiden University & JACCU Project






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