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Non-sports Clubs
Male Chorus Mixed Chorus Club Symphony Orchestra
Literary Arts Fine Arts Motion Picture
Drama Photography Tea Ceremony
Noh Drama Japanese Music Broadcasting Study
Amateur Radio Rakugo Study English Speaking Society
Game of Go Jugglery Light Music
Mandolin Chemistry Audiophile
Wind Orchestra Shogi (Japanese chess) Calligraphy

Non-sports Clubs

Name of Clubs and Managers Details
Culture Club
Professor Maki Suematsu at Research Institute of Electrical Communication
We are the administrative office to manage, support and promote culture club activities. We also decide budgets and hold meetings on problems of culture clubs.
Male Chorus
Professor Kiyotaka Sakaida at Graduate School of Environmental Studies
We practice to prepare for a regular concert in December and other stages. Chorus practices are 3 times per week on Katahira campus. Our activity is serious but enjoyable!
Mixed Chorus
Professor Kenichi Shimato at Graduate School of International Cultural Studies
We enjoy practices to prepare for a regular concert on Katahira campus. Beginners are welcome! Let's give a great performance by tightening member ties though events.
Symphony Orchestra
Professor Yoichi Matsubara at Graduate School of Medicine
We give performances at spring and autumn regular concerts, and school festivals. We practice on Katahira campus and also go to summer camp. Please visit us if you like music and playing instruments.
Literary Arts We read Japanese and international literature from classic to modern age, and seek future literature. Those who are interested in reading or imaginative writing are welcome!
Fine Arts
Associate Professor Kyoko Haga at Graduate School Arts and Letters
Our activities are based on a couple of exhibitions through a year. Sometimes we concentrate on works and other times we just have fun! Let's join us in a free atmosphere.
Motion Picture
Professor Kenji Hara at Graduate School Arts and Letters
We make movies on 8-millimeter films or DVDs, and show works to the public once a year. Those who are interested in film making should visit #410 in Kawauchi Circle Building.
Drama
Professor Yoichi Asano at Graduate School of Environmental Studies
We can not count the number of joys from our activities. They are uncountable and come out endlessly. It is difficult to explain where such atmosphere comes from or what this sensation is.
Photography
Professor Ryusaku Nagaoka at Graduate School of Arts and Letters
We aim to improve photography skills and deepen the friendship among members through regular meetings and events. A joint photo exhibition is also held with other universities to promote exchanges. It has been 54 years since our group was established.
Tea Ceremony
Professor Jin-ichi Kudoh at Graduate School of Information Sciences
We try to understand Japanese culture deeply through a tea ceremony. Lessons by an instructor are twice a week, and a tea ceremony is held in autumn to show our performances. Members get friendly and have exchanges with other universities.
Noh Drama
Professor Izuru Makihara at Graduate School of Law
We practice Noh dance, chant and drams. We are a small group and close each other. Beginners are welcome! Please visit us at G-16 in front of lecture building C☆
Japanese Music
Professor Yoshinori Hayakawa at Center for Information Technology in Education
We give a performance of old and modern music at a concert twice a year. Instruments are Japanese harp, Shamisen and bamboo flute. Let's join us and enjoy Japanese instruments and their sounds.
Broadcasting Study
Professor Hiroaki Muraoka at Research Institute of Electrical Communication
We produce a radio show and drama, and improve skills and friendship among members through various events. Exchanges with other universities are also lively.
Amateur Radio
Professor Hideaki Sone at CyberScience Center
We are established in 1960 as the first amateur radio station in Tohoku. Our call signs are A7YAA and JH7YAA. We participate in various contests and conduct a research on technologies including outdoor operation.
Rakugo Study
Associate Professor Takeshi Yamazaki at Graduate School of Science
We practice to prepare for several Rakugo shows and various events through a year. Regular meetings are at 18:30 on every Monday in Katahira Hall. We also look toward other dramatic performances.
English Speaking Society
Associate Professor Makoto Yamada at Graduate School of International Cultural Studies
We aim to be able to speak English through various activities in a cheerful atmosphere. There are many opportunities to meet new people from our campus and other universities in and out of Miyagi prefecture. You will find friends, a boy friend or a girl friend. Everybody is welcome!
Game of Go
Professor Takeshi Tokuyama at Graduate School of Information Sciences
Beginners who have not known Go are welcome, and experienced people should join us! We were forth in the 2008 team competition in Japan, and have exchanges with other universities. Please visit us at #308 in the new circle building in weekday afternoon.
Jugglery
(selected soon)
Our activity includes magic and juggling. We give a performance at various events such as a cultural festival, the league's magic show, university festivals and regular shows. Most members started magic in our club. Feel free to visit us.
Light Music
Professor Kunio Sawaya at Graduate School of Engineering
We consist of 4 circles, and each has a special genre and sound. Members share love for music and give a performance at a live show and a concert on or off campus.
Mandolin
Professor Masayuki Kawamata at Graduate School of Engineering
We perform a guitar ensemble at a concert twice a year. Mandolin is a big stringed instrument and proud of beautiful sound. Most members started playing mandolin in our club. Feel free to visit us at #114 in the circle building.
Chemistry
(selected soon)
Our activity is to find an interesting theme and to conduct a research including an open experiment. We release our research results through our website and at a university festival.
Audiophile
Professor Yoshio Kanazaki at Graduate School of Economics and Management
We are familiar with Hip Hop, R&B, Jazz, Rare groove, Reggae, Dance Classic and Afro music, and give a performance at a club twice a year. We also accept those who are interested in dancing, MC and video jockey. No experience of disc jockey is required. All you need is to love music!
Wind Orchestra
Professor Kunihiro Kimura at Graduate School of Arts and Letters
We consist of wind and percussion instruments, and play various genres of music including pops and classics. We give a performance at a concert twice a year to improve our skills, and have exchanges with other universities.
Shogi (Japanese Chess)
Associate Professor Ayumi Sugawara at Graduate School of Economics and Management
We practice mainly for a league competition 4 times a year. We enter a national championship and perform well every year. You can enjoy Shogi at anytime you want. Feel free to visit us at #309 in the circle building.
Calligraphy
Professor Hiroshi Inomata at Graduate School of Engineering
We work on calligraphy in a friendly atmosphere to prepare for a university festival and an off-campus exhibition. Regular meetings are once a week, and members practice in their free time. We will welcome those who are interested in calligraphy. Please visit our website☆
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