Fourteen Full-Time and Flex MBA students from the Raymond A. Mason School of Business, led by Professor Don Rahtz, traveled to Japan during Spring Break for the 2016 Global Immersion trip. This unique international study opportunity offered students the chance to explore the Japanese culture and get first-hand insight into the Japanese economy and business environment. During their travels the group visited the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the U.S. Embassy, Microsoft, and the Toyota plant and museum. In addition, they were able to enjoy several cultural experiences including a traditional Kabuki performance. Students and faculty attending the week-long trip felt it was an unforgettable opportunity, allowing them to build on their classroom study of the microeconomic and macroeconomic environment in Japan and its impact on the rest of the world.