VISITORS... Moonta Area School staff and students visit Meiji Nakano Hachioji High School during their 11-day trip to Japan during the October school holidays, back: Bryce Ingham, Zeke Stock-Olsen, Joel Wiltshire; third row: Kohei Takahashi, Fiona Gaskin, Zoe Linke, Teneika Nitschke, Chelsea Kerr, Karli Nicholas, Mako Uemura, Emi Ishibashi; second row: Jane Swan, Sean Broughton-Wright, Libby Adams, Miu Kato, Ella Mullins, Belle Schonfeldt-Kennedy; front: Rikuto Onogi, Ryoya Takahashi, Soichiro Baba, Abby Prout, Lily Steele, Caitlan Young, Charli Hancocks, Jess Olive, Cheneya Berg, Mayu Morikawa, Haruka Iwata, Hinako Yagi. VISITORS... Moonta Area School staff and students visit Meiji Nakano Hachioji High School during their 11-day trip to Japan during the October school holidays, back: Bryce Ingham, Zeke Stock-Olsen, Joel Wiltshire; third row: Kohei Takahashi, Fiona Gaskin, Zoe Linke, Teneika Nitschke, Chelsea Kerr, Karli Nicholas, Mako Uemura, Emi Ishibashi; second row: Jane Swan, Sean Broughton-Wright, Libby Adams, Miu Kato, Ella Mullins, Belle Schonfeldt-Kennedy; front: Rikuto Onogi, Ryoya Takahashi, Soichiro Baba, Abby Prout, Lily Steele, Caitlan Young, Charli Hancocks, Jess Olive, Cheneya Berg, Mayu Morikawa, Haruka Iwata, Hinako Yagi.

Moonta Area School students explore Japan

STUDENTS from Moonta Area School left a little piece of Yorke Peninsula in Japan during their visit in the October school holidays.

The middle and high school students spent 11 days exploring Tokyo, Hiroshima, Osaka, Kyoto and Nara, where they enjoyed diverse experiences.

Along the way they visited their homestay students from Meiji Nakano Hachioji High School in Tokyo, the Mazda car factory in Hiroshima, Universal Studios and Aquarium in Osaka, temples in Kyoto and deer at Nara Park.

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