Japan Study Mission
Why this nun loves Japan!
When visiting a school in Japan, Paul asked the head nun about what she likes about Japan. There are additional tours of Japan coming up in April. For more information about the Japan Study Mission, go to this link.
Want to see why I love Japan?
This Grocery Store is one of the stops on the Japan Study Mission. If you are serious about Lean, join me in November 2018 for the next Japan Study Mission. To learn more, go to this link.
Lean Grocery Store | Japan Study Mission
Paul takes us through the shopping process at Trial Grocery Store in Kyushu, Japan. This is one of the stops on the Japan Study Mission. If you are serious about Lean, join Paul in November 2018 for his next Japan Study Mission. To learn more, go to this link.
Laptop Stays Put
Paul using hook and loop to help hold his laptop in place on the bus during the Japan Study Mission.
For more information on the Japan Study Mission, go to this link.
Japan Study Mission Team 21
That’s a wrap on Team 21 in Japan. What a great week! For anyone interesting in attending the Japan Study Mission in November, press here!
How to use Chopsticks
Paul Akers demonstrates how to use chopsticks. Something that will come in handy during the Japan Study Mission.
Japan Travel Tips
Paul Akers compiles a bunch of tips and tricks to help make the Japan Study Mission (or anyone traveling to Japan) even more successful.
Announcing 2018 Japan Study Mission Dates
Want to go to Japan and have a life changing experience? Paul Akers discusses the Japan Study Missions that will take place in 2018, along with one bonus trip to Korea. Don’t delay! Team #19 and Team #20 are already full!
For more information on the study mission, go to this link.
Want to learn Lean in Japan?
Team 19 and 20 are full…only a few spots left in Team 18 (April 2-7) for the trip of a lifetime! Press here for more information.
Want to go to Japan?
Two of our Japan Study Mission April trips are full, but there are still some spots left on Team #18 (April 2-7), so don’t delay! For more information, go to this link.