The primary aim of the school is to develop students’ Japanese language skills, which will enable them to understand Japanese culture and society, and to acquire knowledge and communication skills as members of society.
Through a variety of educational programs centered on the Japanese language, we aim to produce international students who will be able to play an active role in Japanese society as well as in the world, and to cultivate human resources capable of realizing their own dreams.
Educational goals and policies
The globalisation of society and the economy is making remarkable progress, and international exchange and cooperation are becoming more and more necessary. In particular, Japan will host the Tokyo Olympics in 2020, which will attract a large number of visitors from neighbouring countries in Asia and around the world, and the activities of Japanese companies will transcend national boundaries, leading to greater human exchange and market integration than ever before. As a result, the demand for Japanese language education will continue to increase, and wel hope to play a role in sending international people with advanced Japanese language education to Japan and abroad. In this environment, it is important for students to acquire not only language skills, but also deep and broad knowledge and excellent Japanese skills at Japanese universities, graduate schools and vocational schools, and to strengthen their communication skills. In order to achieve this, we would like to train our students to pass the Japanese Language Qualification Test within a limited period of time and to be able to use their language skills.
In order to develop such human resources, we will enhance the learning curriculum, recruit highly qualified and experienced teachers, provide high quality teaching, develop teaching materials, provide opportunities for multilingual communication and exchange, and deepen mutual understanding. We also provide safe and comfortable teaching facilities and a wide range of teaching aids. At the same time, we support students in their studies and daily life according to their abilities and circumstances.
Educational content of comprehensive Japanese language ability
Our students will be able to acquire the comprehensive Japanese language skills of listening, reading, speaking and writing in a practical manner and within a limited period of time through the use of highly skilled and experienced teachers and educational curriculums.
Features of the school
1. The teachers have many years of experience in teaching Japanese and can draw on their own experience of teaching in other countries.
2. The maximum number of students allowed in each class will be 18 ~ 20. Aiming for a small class with meticulous attention, we will deploy experienced and trusted faculty members, and in order to acquire not only the basic abilities of the 4 skills such as “listen, speak, read, and write” used in daily life, but also the ability to read logical texts in the field of expertise as well as knowledge of technical terms, and the ability to present one’s ideas in reports and papers more accurately through scientific and logical thinking, in order to study as well as Japanese students.
3.By interacting with local Japanese and international students from other countries, we help them to acquire the ability to live in a different culture and to communicate and adapt to different cultures in a way that is accepted worldwide.
4.In addition to providing learning guidance, we will provide appropriate and detailed guidance to each and every student in every aspect of education, career counseling, guidance for adapting to life in Japan, visa renewal procedures, etc.
5.We will also be actively involved in volunteer projects in the surrounding area for the purpose of Japanese language education and international cross-cultural exchange. Through activities such as debates with local elementary and junior high school students, participation in local clean-up volunteer activities, and work experience at a town factory, we will provide a variety of experiences to learn about Japanese culture and to help local residents understand the importance of international exchange. Through these activities, we not only teach the Japanese language, but also allow the students to experience Japanese culture through extracurricular activities such as tea ceremony, flower arrangement, kimono making, hot spring trips, etc., and learn Japanese manners and etiquette, which are highly regarded around the world. We strongly hope that the students will learn correct and practical Japanese, which will be useful for their future international activities.