Testimonials / 學生的聲音

  • My name is Saijai Chaiyawoot, 31 years old, from Thailand. Now I’m studying at Nihongo Center. I really enjoy studying here because I got many international friends. The atmosphere of class so fun and teaching styles from institutors are so easy to understand. It has been three months so far I’m studying here, I really improved about reading, the writing and for sure conversation in daily life. Now I don’t need to be shy anymore to talk with store’ s clerks when I want to buy something from the convenient store.

    Saijai, Thai
     
  • Hello, my name is Muftazar and I am from Indonesia. I have been in Japan for about 8 months. I just passed the JLPT N3 and I felt I did well. I really feel I progressed since I started, especially on conversational skills. Teachers always prepare theme’s discussion, and they guide us while discussing. There are so many discussion, essay and “Kanji” test that make us progress.

    Muftazar, Indonesian
     
 
 

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  • Summer Fireworks

    Summer Fireworks is a tradition in Japan. Most of them are held during the summer as a tribute to dead people. There is almost one every day around the “Obon” Festival in August. The “Obon” festival is held to honor the spirits of ancestors. It is said that ancestors spirits come back to visit their family and the last day of the festival they go back to the other world. It’s always beautiful and it’s a good chance to go see some of them with other classmates.

     
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  • Mount Fuji 2019

    From August 1st to 3rd, We went with 26 students to the Mount Fuji for some hiking. We were a little worried about the weather which was supposed to be bad but in fact, we had great weather. Nor too cold or too hot with almost no wind and no rain. It was the first time for all of the students and they all tried hard to reach the top. It will remain a great memory of the beginning of the summer holiday.

     
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  • BBQ at Lake Biwa 2019

    On July 29th, the school organized the annual BBQ at the Lake Biwa. We were supposed to be doing it on Saturday but because of the bad weather, we postponed it to the next Monday. The weather was great and we were the only ones there which were very satisfying. As soon as we arrived, most of the students jumped in the water which was at the perfect temperature. A lot of them passed all afternoon in the water sometimes even bringing their drink with them. Others were just eating or resting at the shadow of trees and under the tent to enjoy the peace and quiet time. It was […]

     
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  • Gion Festival 2019

    July is the theater of one of the most famous festivals in all Japan, the Gion Festival. Every year, thousands of Japanese and foreigners come to Kyoto to enjoy this very ancient festival for a couple of days. The Gion Festival is said to be 1000+ years old. It is part of one of the 3 most famous festival in Kyoto with the Aoi Matsuri and Jidai Matsuri. The main location of the festival being very closed to the school, every year, we go with students wearing “Yukata” to have fun and experience traditional Japanese festival. It is very crowded but the alignment of food stalls make it really enjoyable […]

     
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  • October 2019 intake information

     
  • Ski Tour 2019

     
  • Happy new year and early application campaign

     
  • Daimonji & Nanzenji (November 2nd,2018)

     
  • Japanese food Part.1

     
  • Special Campaign for April 2019

     
 
 
 

Upcoming Events

  1. Orientation Day

    October 9 @ 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  2. First day of October semester

    October 15 @ 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  3. Daimonji Hiking

    November 5 @ 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM