in two types of courses
Maximum Class size: 15 students
6-6 Nishinokyo-Ryomachi, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
Kyoto thrived for more than 1,000 years as the imperial capital of Japan until the imperial palace was moved to Tokyo in 1869. Even after the relocation of the capital, it never ceases to amaze people who visit the city with its rich culture, deep tradition and long history.
Since Kyoto is the cultural Mecca of Japan, you can enjoy authentic traditional culture visiting many temples, shrines and sites all over the city.
A fusion of modern architecture and Kyoto’s rich history
After entering the building, which was designed to look and feel as a Machiya (Japanese traditional styled house), students will find a wide-open lobby. Moving further inside, a cozy open terrace café will appear. The bright and spacious environment provided by the glass-walled classrooms will enhance the students motivation towards learning Japanese language and culture.
PC room, Cultural study room, Library, Open terrace, Self-study room, IT class rooms, Auditorium, Vending machines, Water coolers, Wi-Fi available, Café
First week of every month1 (except March)
All levels : 8:50-12:20 (45 minutes x 4 lessons)
Afternoon (optional) : Join several activities!
April, July, October, January
Intermediate & Advanced Levels: 8:50-12:20 (45 minutes x 4 lessons)
Beginner & Intermediate Levels : 13:00-16:30 (45 minutes x 4 lessons)
1 For short term courses only and subject to availability
2 Class level will be decided after the result of the placement test.
I'm eager to explore various historical sites.
I enjoy the blend of ancient culture and modern convenience. The school's facilities are well-planned and conducive to study. The teachers are patient as I struggle through difficult parts of the grammar, and they challenge me to express myself in ways appropriate to the Japanese cultural context.
Adam Ensign (USA)
I have the chance to learn with natives.
I like Kyoto and I’m enjoying a lot my time here. This city is amazing, especially the temples and beautiful buildings. My dream is to become a professional illustrator and live in Japan.
María Begoña Ferreira Casal (Spain)
General Japanese Course
First week of every month (except March)*
Academic Japanese Course
April / July / October / January
How to Apply:
For short-term students
Fill in the application form for short-term course and email it to us.
For long-term students
Fill in the application form for long-term course and submit the necessary documentation.
|We offer special discount for Working Holiday Visa holders.
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In general, students who wish to study in Japan for over 6 months need to apply for a student visa prior to arrival. Our experienced multilingual staff at ISI Japanese Language School Education Center, will handle student visa application on behalf of the students.
To ensure your comfortable stay while studying in Japan, we offer various types of accommodation including homestay, guesthouse, furnished apartment, and student dormitory. Our multilingual staff will help you to arrange accommodation upon request.
We can arrange airport pick-up service from the nearest international airport to your accommodation when you arrive in Japan. Our pick-up staff will be waiting for you and will welcome you at the arrival gate.
Prior to the beginning of classes, we will organize a welcome party, an orientation session, a school tour, and will provide all the necessary information so you can start off your school life in Japan!