Tokyo-Ikebukuro Campus

Culture, Education and Commerce :
Ikebukuro, International City

Ikebukuro, the gigantic terminal of 8 transportation lines.
Around the station you can find the representation of the expanding downtown of Tokyo: famous shopping malls and commercial facilities, restaurants and electric shops, and even gatherings of young people who like anime and games.
On the other hand, it is full of important cultural amenities such as parks, theaters and well-known universities.
Without a doubt, the best environment for international students.

About Ikebukuro Campus

Different schools recognized by Tokyo Government

Each school, approved by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, offer a curriculum that fulfills the purpose of those whose purpose is enrollment / employment. In addition, students with a Student Visa can take advantage of the student discount offered in public transportation so they can use any transportation at ease.

Perfect career guidance

We offer Job Finding classes for those students who want to work in Japan in cooperation with employment centers to match their employment needs systematically.

Other activities included

Since there's a vocational school in the Campus interaction with Japanese students is possible. We also participate in community volunteer activities and internships and other extracurricular activities beyond the Japanese Language School.

Student Interview

I love to talk to and learn from people from different cultures.

Hanna Ingrid Christina Roos

From Sweden

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ISI teachers' lessons are like a goldmine!

Francesca Mari

From Italy

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Teacher Interview

I think everyone is anxious to jump into the new world. Once you take that first step there's a great opportunity to change and to be supported by your dreams. We are waiting in the new world so do not worry, please, just jump in.

Masayo Sugiyama

Ikebukuro Campus
Japanese Teacher

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Those studying abroad shouldn't be fine with anything but choose themselves what is good for them. Why do you want to study abroad, why choosing Japan. If the result of these questions still leads to studying in Japan then surely that is the correct choice. It would make me happy if ISI was part of that choice too.

Atsushi Iwabuchi

Ikebukuro Campus
Japanese Teacher

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About Ikebukuro Campus

With a capacity of 400 students, it is aimed to those students who want to enroll in higher education or look for a job in Japan. Since its opening as ISI Tokyo in 2002, many graduates have experienced the "know-how" and many others are active all over the world. Even though the new campus was open in October 2012 in Shinjuku, it was eventually moved to Ikebukuro, and since July 2014 students have been learning Japanese in the current Ikebukuro Campus.