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Shinjuku Japanese Language Institute

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  • Founded: 1975
  • Location:
    2-9-7 Takadanobaba, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
  • Transportation & Nearest station:
    6-minute-walk from Takadanobaba station on the JR Yamanote Line and Seibu Shinjuku Line, or an 2-minute-walk from Takadanobaba station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line
  • Number of Students: 450

School Outline and Education Method

A Japanese language school established in 1975 with a long history, established in 1975. This career school was approved by the Tokyo metropolitan governmental and preparatory educational curriculum by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. Scholarship and student discount privilege are available. Located in the center of Tokyo, many students from many different countries are studying at the school.

Lesson Features

Good study results have been seen, using the latest educational method and teaching materials to meet the new era, along with the provision of excellent teachers. Using VLJ system which was jointly developed with NTT Communications, students can study with LMS and via app. They provide students with a “blended style lesson” that combines digital Japanese language education with eye-to-eye lessons in a classroom. Furthermore, ample care is given to those students from countries where Kanji characters are not used.

About Activity

Activities outside school are held once a month, including a trip to Mt. Fuji, experiencing of Judo and Kendo, visiting a sumo-tournament, experiencing home-stay and exchange with Japanese students.

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Fees and Course information

[Japanese language course 1 (Entry in April - one-year course)]
[Japanese language course 2 (Entry in October - two-year course)]
[Japanese language course 3 (Entry in April - two-year course)]

Registration: 40,000 yen
Tuition: 720,000 yen / a year
Other: 35,000 yen per year, including teaching material fee, visa handling charge 30,000 yen, and Foreign Students Union insurance fee for 10,000 yen per year.
Total fee: 805,000 yen (845,000 yen for students who obtain a student visa)

Enrollment Requirements: Students who have graduated from High School and further education institutions.* Additional requirements for applying for student visa.
Required Visa: Student Visa

Teachers Voice

We have another teaching method through which students can make progress in learning Japanese in a short time with the use of the Internet, in addition to the lessons in the classroom.

It is not exaggeration to say that choosing a school is a choosing a teaching method. Please visit our website, or you can download sample applications via your smart-phone.

Student’s Voice

Shinjuku Japanese Language School, located in the center of Tokyo, has their original teaching method through which students can make rapid progress with other students from many different countries. I recommend Shinjuku Japanese Language School for those who want to gain fruitful rewards from their student life.

Student Support

  • Teachers and the school administrative office are cooperatively supporting all students in all areas of their study, living and career.

Shinjuku Japanese Language Institute
TEL: 03-5273-0044

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