Kansai University spoon-fed us through the process, which involved filling in a registration form, providing two photos, our passport, and proof that we were students. We went to Suita City Hall, waited in lines, got papers stamped, signed, photocopied, put in a time capsule, sent to the emperor, etc. We were given a piece of paper to act as a temporary Certificate until the real ones were ready. Then we had to go back to the City Hall about 3 weeks later to pick up the cards. I like mine. It's sparkly. And it has my address in Japanese on it, which I always forget.
|My Alien Registration Card!|
|At Tokyo Disneyland. We come in peace. All of us.|
|My alien letter writing set.|
|Alien hand towel. They are also taking over our apartment.|
|Alien bento lunchbox.|
|Little Green Men cup. I suspect this is for children. I don't care.|