Japanese Schools in [Okazaki], Japan

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Learn Japanese in Okazaki, Japan

Okazaki is a historic castle town in central Japan and is a satellite city of Nagoya. It's central location enables those who want to learn Japanese in Japan to also visit a number of other cities, such as Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and Nara. It lies within easy access to the winter resorts of Nagano and Gifu, and inland towns such as Takayama.

Though Okazaki is a fast growing city, the population is only 370,000 and the local area has a small town feel with tree lined streets and numerous parks. The city is also home to many temples, shrines, and festivals.

       
List of Japanese Schools in Okazaki
 Aichi Center for Japanese Studies
Aichi Center, Japanese School in Japan  Aichi Center, Japanese School in Japan  Aichi Center, Japanese School in Japan 
Address: 1-2-1 Hanehigashi-machi
Okazaki, Japan
Email: admissions@yamasa.org
Website: www.yamasa.org/acjs/english/location/index.html
 General info about this Japanese school
Program type: Japanese Immersion Course / Learn Japanese in Japan
Housing: Apartments, student village, homestays.
See: http://www.yamasa.org/acjs/english/accom_notes.html
School / Course(s): The Aichi Center for Japanese Studies is a Japanese school run by the Yamasa Institute, which is a non-profit organization. The Aichi Center offers Japanese classes at all levels from beginning Japanese courses to advanced Japanese courses. You can study at the Aichi Center for as few as 2 weeks or as long as 2 years.
Japanese courses include Japan Discovery (2 - 10 weeks of Japanese classes + travel tours), the Short Intensive Japanese Language Acquisition Course (2 - 12 weeks of intensive Japanese language classes), the Japanese Language & Culture Program (Japanese classes + practical culture seminars and field trips), Private Japanese classes, Semi-Private Japanese classes, a Japanese Refresher Course (3 to 6 Japanese classes per day, from 5 days to 60 days), Japanese Vacation Courses (1 - 2 week mini courses), and a Japanese Internship Program (6 to 8 weeks of intensive Japanese classes + 4-week unpaid internship).