As part of Japan's relatively new G30 global program in universities, international students can study in Japan and get their degree in English in various fields of study. As a member of the university, you can also join their judo club. I am a 17 year old competitive judoka from Canada, and I have been looking at a few different universities in Japan to attend. Recently, me and my family visited Tsukuba University and got a tour during our family vacation, however my family wasn't very impressed with the campus and dormitories, as they are old and run down. I know Tsukuba is know for their Judo program, however I'm fairly sure that every university in Japan has a strong team to train with. I have also been looking at Osaka University, Nagoya University, and Waseda (although it is quite pricey at Waseda). Does anyone know what the Judo is like at these universities? Is it high level? Any suggestions/help would be greatly appreciated.