TOKYO

Japans capital and also the biggest city in the world. ​

 

ISI Language School

(Takadanobaba & Ikebukuro)

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Genki JACS

(Shinjuku)

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Academy of Language Arts

(Iidabashi)

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KAI Language School

(Shin-Okubo)

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ARC Language Academy

​(Shinjuku & Iidabashi)

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Akamonkai 

(Nippori)

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Kudan Language School 

​(Suidobashi)

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Kyoshin Language Academy 

​(Nishi-waseda)

OSAKA

The second capital of Japan, known for it's friendly atmosphere and delicious street food

 
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JIS
​(Nishi)

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Kyoshin Language Academy 

​(Sumiyoshi)

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Seigan

(Sumiyoshi)

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Osaka YMCA

​(Kita)

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ECC
​(Umeda)

KYOTO

One of the most visited cities in Japan, and known

for it's traditional landscapes.

 
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ARC Language Academy

​(Nakagyo)

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Genki

​(Shimogyo)

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Kyoshin Language Academy 

​(Shimogyo)

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ISI Language School

​(Nakagyo)

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NAGANO

The location surrounded by nature 

and a great location for skiers.

 
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ISI Language School

​(Ueda)

FUKUOKA

Located on the northern shore of Kyushu,

and the most populous area on the island.

Genki

​(Hakata)

Fukuoka / Iroha 

​(Minami / Hakata)

 
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Linguage Language School
​(Shinjuku)