The International Institute of Japan Language / Japanese language school,chuo-ku,Tokyo,Japan / Kokusai Nihongo Gakuin

The International Institute of Japan Language
The International Institute of Japan Language / Tokyo,Japan
3-36-4, Nihonbashi-hamacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 103-0007, Japan

TEL:03-5642-6125
FAX:03-5642-6126

Email [Generally]:
info@icea-j-school.co.jp
Email [Document request]:
pamph@icea-j-school.co.jp
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School Introduction

About the International Institute of Japanese language

The International Institute of Japanese languageThis institute is specially established for making available, courses in basic subjects required for the entrance in Japanese College and university as well as for higher education in the university etc for the foreign students who wish to study in Japanese national, public, private university and various specialized vocational schools.
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About the educational policy of ICEA

The International Institute of Japanese language Head of Institute: Okahana MasakazuNihonbashi in Chuo district is a swanky location where the new as well as the old traditions are coexisting.
Nihonbashi in Chuo district is a swanky location where the new as well as the old traditions are coexisting. Nihonbashi energetically leads Japanese economy. This reclaimed land is famous for its riverside fish market. Ginza is flooded with the high class and fashionable people. Tsukishima is a downtown has the appearance of Edo.
Chuo district is said to be the town overflowing with swanky styles and vigor.

The International Institute of Japanese language is on walking distance of 6 minutes from Toei subway, Shinjyuku line, Hamachou station and 7 minutes from the Tokyo metro Hanzomon Line Suitengumae Station. While commuting to the school, one can have a glance at the downtown and the modern offices along the street.

Moreover, this is my personal matter, after completion of graduation in College with major subject as economics; I started taking education as a foreign student and now 43 years have been completed.
I was pleased to know from alumni bulletin that each of the graduates from various countries are performing activities on important posts.
Moreover, the faculty members gathered here are people with long experience having excellent linguistic capacity. They guide us very ardently and politely.
In order guide the school students and foreign students willing to get admission for higher studies, as step 1, students from various countries are selected. Without confirming their Chinese origin the learning method is taught till they are satisfied and efforts are taken to let them grasp the method. As step 2, excursion or social study tours are organized. Not only restricting to the class room lessons, guidance is given in such a way that their vision is widened by observing true Japan with their own eyes by taking them to the actual field to let them know about the Japanese society.

It is important to know students from various countries to increase their assets while going abroad for studies. It is important and best to know the people from other countries for future overseas trading. Hence, as step 3, the change of class structure is in process, so that the students will get an opportunity associate with other students.

I think efforts should be taken for development of Japan and other countries of the respective students by considering the 3 points mentioned above.

Finally, we are eagerly waiting for your admission in this institute.
30th August 2007
The International Institute of Japanese language
Head of Institute: Okahana Masakazu

Environment of ICEA

The International Institute of Japanese language building

The International Institute of Japanese languageClassroom (ICHIGOUKAN)
3-36-4, Nihonbashi-hamacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Classroom (NIGOUKAN)
Park Heights 201, 3-28-8, Nihonbashi-hamacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Office
KOBORI Bldg. 2F, 3-31-4, Nihonbashi-hamacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 103-0007, Japan
TEL:03-5642-6125
FAX:03-5642-6126


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E-mail :
(Generally)info@icea-j-school.co.jp
(For document request)pamph@icea-j-school.co.jp
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About Chuo district and Nihonbashi

The International Institute of Japanese languageThe International Institute of Japanese language is on walking distance of 6 minutes from Toei subway, Shinjyuku line, Hamachou station and 7 minutes from the Tokyo metro Hanzomon Line Suitengumae Station. While commuting to the school, one can have a glance at the downtown and the modern offices along the street.

Nihonbashi in Chuo district is a swanky location where the new as well as the old traditions are coexisting. Nihonbashi energetically leads Japanese economy. This reclaimed land is famous for its riverside fish market. Ginza is flooded with the high class and fashionable people. Tsukishima is a downtown has the appearance of Edo. Chuo district is said to be the town overflowing with swanky styles and vigor.

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