Our research group is interested in applying mathematics to social sciences, particularly social economics. Specifically, I did some work in spatial economics (including regional science, urban economics and international economics) and conflict resolution. Students interested in one them are welcome.
Don't worry about your Japanese if your English is good enough. Many students here learn Japanese after their coming.
Both Economics and Mathematics are important. According to my experience, it is easier to learn Economics after Mathematics than the reverse. Therefore, don't worry too much about your knowledge in economics.
1. Your resume, with a recent photo if possible.
2. A list of courses and their scores of your undergraduate period.
3. You are expected to read at least one of my papers. Please tell me which part you are interested in.