Intercultural Institute of Japan

Japanese for everyone who needs it
日本語を学びたいすべての人に

About us

Since our establishment in 1977, Intercultural Institute of Japan has been dedicated to meeting the various needs of every person, company, and society in need of Japanese language learning. Our “Japanese teaching projects” develop human resources who can bridge Japan and other countries, and “Japanese teacher training projects” to train professionals in Japanese teaching who can enhance a students’ genuine communication abilities.

 

"We strive to create a society where people understand and respect each other by overcoming differences in nationality, culture and language."
Sanae Kato
Principal, Intercultural Institute of Japan

Weekly course

ウィークリーコース

  • Our weekly course can be taken in units of 1 week.
  • You can select your enrollment term from a minimum course length of 1 week, according to your work or school schedule.
  • The course starts every week.
    *(Elementary learners who have never studied Japanese before must start in the first week of every month.)

Long Term Course

長期コース

  • The long-term course is either for 1 or 2 years and requires a student visa.
  • The course covers a wide range of students’ needs including a foundation for higher education, career development and preparation for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test.
  • It also features various extracurricular activities, including speech contests and overnight trips to hot springs.

Early morning lessons

Early morning lessons are arranged for students who work late and do not have time to study in the evening, or who wish to take advantage of their time before going to work in the morning.

Evening lessons

Evening lessons are available for students who have time in the evening, or who wish to spend their weekends doing other hobbies.

Saturday lessons

Saturday lessons are well suited for students who work or go to school and do not have time to study during the week, or who would like to study on their days off.

Early morning lessons

Early morning lessons are arranged for students who work late and do not have time to study in the evening, or who wish to take advantage of their time before going to work in the morning.

Evening lessons

Evening lessons are available for students who have time in the evening, or who wish to spend their weekends doing other hobbies.

Saturday lessons

Saturday lessons are well suited for students who work or go to school and do not have time to study during the week, or who would like to study on their days off.

Private lessons/
Semi-Private lessons

Private and semi-private lessons are perfect for students who wish to study at their own pace, or who are unable to come to classes on a regular basis.

Private lessons/
Semi-Private lessons

Private and semi-private lessons are perfect for students who wish to study at their own pace, or who are unable to come to classes on a regular basis.

Intercultural Institute of Japan

  • 2-20-9 Taito, Taito Tokyo Japan 110-0016
  • TEL: +81-3-5816-4861
  • FAX: +81-3-5816-4862
  • incul@incul.com