Initiated in 2019, the Miyagawa Japanese Prize recognizes students who have excelled in their study of Japanese, and encourages MIT students to study Japanese language. The award is named in honor of Professor Shigeru Miyagawa. The award is open to MIT undergraduates with a declared HASS Concentration or Minor in Japanese.
Awards for AY22 are closed. See list of winners here.
Check back later for AY23 information.
2022 Award Information
How to Apply
Declared Concentrators and Minors in Japanese are invited to apply for the Miyagawa Prize by writing a brief essay in Japanese. The entries are reviewed by a committee of Japanese lecturers.
To submit an entry, please complete the online form by Monday, April 4. If you have any questions, contact Masami Ikeda.
The winner will be honored at the Global Languages Spring Fest for the community to be held this year on April 25th.