01/06/23 - 01/06/23
Thursday 14:00 - 16:00
|Centre:||Sutton - Sutton|
Standard - £16.00
Concessionary - £16.00
Learning Aim: Z0008591
Course Title: Historic Cities - Tokyo
Journey through time with Sutton College! Enjoy a stimulating talk on the shaping of Tokyo, delivered by one of our History specialists in a relaxed classroom environment. This talk is one of a series of Historic Cities talks we offer at Sutton College on a weekly/fortnightly basis.
Purpose of Course
The Japanese capital is often portrayed in the West as a confusing city of opposites – with ancient tranquil temples and gardens on one hand, and a modern neon-lighted buzz that never stops. Tokyo’s neighbourhoods and inhabitants reflect its complex history, which only started in earnest when Edo became the capital 400 years ago.
On completion of this course, you will be able to do the following:
On this course, you will develop the following life skills:
What level is this course & what skills do I need?
This course is open to all who have a keen interest in history.
Is a course approval interview/assessment required?
Please bring a pen/paper and/or tablet/laptop if you want to make notes.
What are the progression opportunities at the end of this course?
You can progress on to a range of Historic Cities sessions that run weekly, and also consider enrolling on our weekly History Club, Global History Club, or Art History Club sessions.
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**Please note: Changes may need to be made to the delivery of this course if Government COVID guidance dictates. For the latest College COVID information please ensure you check our website**