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Japanese Language Schools in Japan
12 language schools in Japan, ranging from to for a 2 week Japanese course with accommodation included.
The school is located in the heart of Fukuoka City, one of Japan's biggest cities, within walking distance of all amenities. Fukuoka is regularly chosen as one of the best cities in Asia, with beautiful beaches and friendly people. More
Attractive Location between the mountains and the sea in the centre of the western coast of Japan. A blend of cultural and historical sights and natural beauty. A city of business, education, and traditional as well as modern culture, with friendly and helpful people. Kanazawa... More
Lexis Japan is located immediately in front of Motomachi Station, in the heart of Kobe's business and entertainment district. It is less than 20 minutes to downtown Osaka, 45 minutes to the temple town of Kyoto and 50 minutes to the ancient capital of Nara. More
Based in the centre of Sapporo, the school is only a few minutes walk from both Sapporo main station and Odori stations. It is also close to main department stores, restaurants and tourist attractions. More
Our school is located in the heart of Shinjuku, Japan's most exciting place! Hundreds of restaurants, bars, karaoke bars and more are within walking distance. Despite this, the school is an oasis of calm, as it is situated within the grounds of the famous Hanazono Shrine. More
Our school is located in the Takadanobaba area which is filled with schools and universities. There are a lot of restaurants and entertainment options for young people. It is just 5 minutes away from Shinjuku by train. More
The school is located in the heart of Tokyo. A fifteen-minute train ride will take you to Akihabara, Shibuya, Shinjuku, Harajuku or Ikebukuro. Universities and vocational schools surround the location of Kudan. It is the best academic atmosphere and environment to study. Also,... More
Over 2000 qualified teachers in 30 countries all over the world are associated with the school organisation. 'Study & Live in your Teacher's Home' offers you the unique opportunity for a full immersion experience. The most common criticism of language courses is that students... More
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Japan: The island nation of Japan in East Asia is comprised of over 3000 islands. Contrary to what you would expect, Japan is one of the easiest countries to travel around. If you like traditional culture visit Kyoto and Nara and get your fill of temples, shrines, tea ceremonies and museums. If you prefer modern culture and technology visit Tokyo, Osaka or Niseko and enjoy the trend-setting cafés and fabulous sushi restaurants. You will love the hospitality of the Japanese people.
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