Testimonials / 學生的聲音

  • My name is Yang. I come from Taiwan and I have been in Japan for one year and 3 months. I am a superstar in this school even if I am not good at English. But things will change as soon as you come to this school. You can learn not only Japanese but also English because of very different students. I can’t believe I have so many friends from many different countries. Just come to Nihongo Center and your life will be changed.

    Yang, Taiwanese
     
  • 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.

    Dinesh, Sri Lanka
     
 
 

Posts by admission

 
  • Official New Guidelines toward April 2020 student visa application (By the Immigration Bureau of Japan)

    Every semester, the Immigration Bureau of Japan delivers new guidelines regarding the student visa application. This time, big changes! First, the immigration bureau separated all the Japanese language schools in 2 categories. The schools “approved” by the immigration bureau as “Proper” schools (schools where students have no problem with the Japanese government (criminal record, illegal work or stay, etc…) and the other schools. For non-approved schools, the nationality doesn’t count and all applicants need to provide every single document (15 in total). But for schools like Nihongo Center, it depends on the nationality and you can find the full details on this page!

     
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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

     
  • October 2019 intake information

     
  • Ski Tour 2019

     
  • Happy new year and early application campaign

     
  • Daimonji & Nanzenji (November 2nd,2018)

     
  • Japanese food Part.1

     
 
 
 

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