Japanese Language school in Kyoto
Hi, my name is Quentin and I am from New Caledonia. I have been in Japan for almost 2 years now, and I will be graduating from Nihongo Center in September. This school really helped me improve my Japanese and the teachers are great. When I started, I just knew “kanas” and a few “Kanji” but I took the N2 test last week and hopefully I will pass. What is great about Nihongo Center are definitely the students from around the world that you can meet and enjoy the Kyoto life with!
Hello, my name is Dinesh. Because I love Japan, I entered Nihongo Center in October 2017. When I arrived at Nihongo Center, I was the only Sri Lanka new student and, because I couldn’t speak English very well, I was worried about making new friends and simply living in Japan. But I decided to change my seat in class every week, and now I am very happy because I have friend from all over the world. I also really like the teaching method of all the teachers. They are teaching with passion. We are not only doing test regularly, but we are also practicing conversation a lot, and we really feel it in our progress. l. It’s been 8 months I am studying Japanese and I am very happy we started the N3 level.
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Nihongo Center, the school Nihongo Center is a Japanese school located in the heart of Kyoto. We have 40 years of experience in teaching the Japanese language to foreign students from all over the world. We have established ourselves with our unique teaching methods as well as the talent and ability of our experienced instructors. The very diverse student population at our school is our identity, with a good majority of students from western countries. We are very proud to have more than 30 different nationalities in our school. Our JLPT-based curriculum helps ensure a high pass-rate for any level of the test every session. In addition, we help students […]
Experience the Japanese culture “I want to do more than just study…” If you’re looking for something more than hitting the textbooks every day, then Nihongo Center is for you. With our Discover Kyoto Program, you have the chance to explore the rich history and traditional culture still present in Kyoto today, as well as having the opportunity to interact with Japanese student volunteers. What’s the Discover Kyoto Program? The Discover Kyoto Program (DKP) is a “tour experience” program started at Nihongo Center in 2011. From visiting famous places to trying out different aspects of Japanese culture, the DKP gives you a unique opportunity to expand on your cultural experiences […]
Practical Japanese Practical Japanese is our priority and our professional instructors use a uniquely developed teaching method to guide students through the learning process. Even complete beginners find they are able to start communicating from the very first week and can become proficient in daily conversation after only 6 months of study. We are here to help you through the exciting experience of language acquisition. Project work, visitor sessions, and other opportunities to communicate with Japanese people will help fine-tune your language skills for practical use. Project Through project work, students are given a chance to put their acquired knowledge to use, by using practical Japanese outside of the class […]
At Nihongo Center, our students come from all over the world. 50% of our students are from western countries, and 50% from Asian countries. With 30+ different countries represented in our international environment school, we are proud of our very unique and great cultural diversity. What nationality will your classmates be? Join us and find out! You can see below the data for the past years. It details only the students who arrived during the different years and doesn’t include the one who extended their stay.
The application for the Certificate of Eligibility for the october 2022 intake is now over.
If you are looking for studying from April 2023 with a student visa, the application will start on July 1st, 2022 and end on November 30th, 2022.
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