Educational facilities

Osaka, the second largest city in Japan after Tokyo, is located in the west of Honsyu, Japan, and is the transport center of the Kansai region, with a well-developed network of airports, shinkansens, railways, subways and roads, connecting neighbouring cities and tourist destinations such as Kyoto, Nara and Kobe.

The newly renovated Osaka Meisei International Japanese Language School is located a 10-minute walk from Nagata Station on the Osaka Metro Chuo Line, making it very convenient to get to Umeda, the commercial centre of Osaka, in about 30 minutes.

With a maximum of 18 to 20 students per class, the clean and spacious classrooms are ideal for language teaching.

There are three classrooms for Japanese language classes on the second and third floors. The school also has a teacher’s room and a library. The library has a wide range of books and resources for study and further education, which students can browse at any time, as well as resources for entry to vocational schools and universities, and career advice and information.