My life at the University of Tsukuba is very meaningful. I live in Mito, and I go to the university by train and bus. In the train, I usually gaze vacantly at the clouds, read books, or do homework. In the bus, I like to see Tsukuba’s beautiful scenery such as Mt. Tsukuba from the window. Every season’s scenery from the window changes beautifully. When I’m on my way home, I usually sleep because of physical fatigue. At the university, I attend class. I belong to the ‘human cultural studies’ group and I specialize in archaeology. The group is gradually divided into a detailed specialized field and becomes more interesting. I’m happy to talk with my friends who specialize in archaeology. I want to reveal life and the society of people in the prehistoric age by studying methods of manufacturing, circulation, and the usage of stone tools. However, the times, areas, and objects, which my friends are going to study are different even if they belong to the same specialty category ‘archaeology’. I receive stimulation by hearing their stories and can encourage myself to try to study hard. I have had to do a lot of homework and prepare for lessons since the beginning of this year. I have been very busy, but have sent fulfilling days. I’m happy to study what I have wanted to master. I spend very splendid days at the University of Tsukuba.