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


  • October 2019 intake information

    Hello everyone The student visa application for October 2019 ended on June 13th. It is no longer possible to apply for a student visa for this intake but it is still possible to enroll for it on a different visa. In fact, you can enroll for both 10 weeks or 20 weeks course with a short term visa or even a Working holiday visa if your country has an agreement with the Japanese government. You can find the list of the countries where you can get a working holiday visa below: https://www.mofa.go.jp/j_info/visit/w_holiday/index.html In addition, we are offering you a gift if you apply for October 2019 intake, please be sure […]

  • Ski Tour 2019

    Student went to the northern part of the Gifu prefecture on Saturday 8th to enjoy some ski tour. For a lot of them it was their first time skiing and the all had a lot of fun learning.  

  • Happy new year and early application campaign

    Nihongo Center wish you a happy new year. The class started again on January 15th and all the students were kind of happy to come back to the school to meet their mates and get back to their studies. They could also fully enjoyed their holiday. Some went back home for Christmas and the near year, some visited other parts of Japan, and others stayed in Kyoto to enjoy the year-end celebration and to their part-time job.   We also started an early registration campaign from January 15th. It will end on February 15th and is recommended to students willing to apply for a 1-year program with a student visa […]

  • Daimonji & Nanzenji (November 2nd,2018)

    On November 2nd, 2018, we went on the annual hiking event to Mt.Daimonji, which is located in the north-east of Kyoto. At first it was cloudy, but the weather got better and better as we went up to the summit. We had lunch on the top of the mountain seeing the beautiful scenery of whole city of Kyoto. Also, many students had opportunities to get to know people in the different classes and also people from same country but never met before, which was really nice. The hiking was quite tiring but everybody seemed to have fun! After all, it was a great excursion and everyone is looking forward to […]

  • Japanese food Part.1

  • Special Campaign for April 2019

  • Gion Matsuri


Deadline / 期限

Deadline for October 2019 student visa application2019-06-13
Application is now Over

October 2019

The student visa application for October 2019 intake is now over. However, you can still apply for any program if you are holding any visa that allows you to go and stay in Japan (short stay visa, working holiday visa, spouse visa, etc...) Be sure to contact us if you need further information.

Upcoming Events

  1. Nihongo Center annual BBQ

    July 27 @ 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  2. Mount Fuji 2019

    August 1 @ 11:00 PM - August 3 @ 11:00 PM