As the school size is not large, students learn in a comfortable, at-home environment.
The campus is located in Kita Ward along Tokyo’s Yamanote train line, a lovely neighbourhood that is relatively cheap for foreigners.
Our teachers cherish the fundamentals of Japanese language education and have been teaching them for a long period of time; they offer high-quality Japanese lessons.
To develop Japanese language ability that can be used in many areas of life after graduation, students are initially taught the four basic skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking), applying these practically and progressing in development.
Face-to-face with each individual student, we extend their academic ability and personality while exploring learning methods along with the students.
Through many different field trips, excursions and events, we foster friendships that transcend the boundaries of nationality and race.
Students are able to plan their future course after graduation.
We offer special classes and personal interviews to assist with entering graduate school/university/vocational school.
Our advice is tailored to each individual’s desires.
You can make lifelong friends and connections that will last well into the future.
We hold a variety of events to connect exchange students from all around the world.
We also hold multilingual international meetups with Japanese university students.
We carry out interactions with professionals who are active in a range of different fields.
We provide support for your life in Japan.
We will refer you to part-time jobs suitable for students.
We have a dormitory that is very convenient for travel to the school.
Our staff will help you with any kind of issues, problems or accidents that may occur while you adjust to the unfamiliar way of life in Japan.
A range of scholarships are available at this academy.
We offer several types of scholarships so that students can continue to work hard in terms of higher education, life and grades.
People who have completed 12 years’ curriculum or an equivalent level of education in their country.
People who expect to graduate from their last academic course or have graduated in less than 5 years.
People who can submit proof of their Japanese language studies in their home country.