A group of undergraduate Education students brought their Tatak Educ way of teaching and impressed Japanese students and faculty when they did a lesson demonstration at Hiroshima Saniku Gakuin last April 13, 2015 and at Ehime University Attached Junior High School on April 16, 2015. The demonstration of Apple Dungao, Aya Casim, Angelica Pinon, Alfonso Inocencio, and Meg de Castro is part of this year’s Japan Educational Tour organized by Dr. Amelia Fajardo of the Curriculum Studies Area of the College of Education. The group did a demo-teaching at the Grade 8 level of Hiroshima Saniku Gakuin and Fuzoku Junior High school and to Education Majors of Ehime University. Each student did two demo-teaching on the same lesson. No less than the Director of Fuzoka Junior High said that the Educ students’ lessons and demonstrations have positively changed their views of and expectations for Philippine education. The reception for the group was so great that they were featured in the local newspaper and television news the next day. The activity was done as part of the memorandum of agreement between the Ehime University Faculty of Education and the UP College of Education. For the past seven years, Japanese students have been coming to the Philippines to demonstrate at the UP Integrated School. For this year, Dr. Amelia Fajardo experimented and tried to bring UP Education undergraduate students to Japan for the first time.