Kyoto Chuo School Introduction

School Introduction

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Kyoto Chuo School is situated within a 3-min walk from JR Kyoto Station, right at the center of a city seeped in Japanese culture since ancient times. Many World Heritage sites are situated here and you are able to soak in this gorgeous atmosphere just by being in this historic city. Exchange students in this traditional atmosphere of Japan can find new discoveries and experiences which will undoubtedly become one of their greatest times in their lives. Kyoto Chuo School wholeheartedly supports planning unique to this ancient city, through interactions with Japanese, strategies for EJU examination in English, Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) and others to allow our students to lead a fulfilling life here.

Teaching staff

渡邊部長

Japanese Language Schools are a model of the globalized society of the future. In this international environment, students are stimulated each day and encouraged to grow as individuals through their language studies. The teaching philosophy at the KLA Kyoto Chuo School is to train people to participate in an international society. From Kyoto, a city symbolic of traditional Japanese culture, it is our intention that, through our teachings, our students will grow into the representatives of Japan’s development along side the rest of the world.

Masatoshi Watanabe  Principal

事務 近藤

If you’re going to live in Japan, it’s a waste to only learn Japanese! Why don’t you study in Kyoto, a city where traditional Japanese culture can be found around every corner? You will undoubtedly gain a deeper understanding of Japan.
The international city of Kyoto is also known as a student town where approximately 1 out of every 10 people is a student. You’ll be able to create new networks of Japanese students and international students from every country.
To families: Every staff member here will give our full support. Please do not hesitate to contact us!

Kazuyuki Kondo  Office Manager

久保田先生2

In a novel by the famous Japanese writer Banana Yoshimoto, there is a passage that goes like this:
“Time, unstoppable as it is, isn’t something to regret. It keeps flowing so that we can keep having beautiful moments.”
The time you spend in Japan might be just a small part of your long life. But, for that very reason, those days will be a rich, irreplaceable time that radiates brightly.
I am looking forward to sharing many beautiful moments with all of you, here in Japan, as you head toward your dreams.

Fumiko Kubota  Head Teacher

入江先生1

Please entrust your education and future path to us.
We support everyone with everything we have, and with great care.
I am looking forward to meeting all of you.

Saya Irie  Teacher

教務 西峯

I love students’ smiles when they say, “Ah! I get it!”
In this world, there are still many things we don’t understand and can’t do.
If you have teachers and friends nearby, you might start to understand things you couldn’t when you were thinking about them on your own.
This is a place that’s always overflowing with lovely smiles and laughter.
Why not come and have a lot of “Ah! I get it!” moments with us?

Kyoko Nishimine  Teacher

教務 中川

I lived overseas for five years prior to this. Every day, I had many fun, new discoveries and happy moments. There were also days when I was so lonely that I cried, but a lot of people helped me out, and today, those are really wonderful memories. After I returned to Japan, I started wanting to help people who have come to Japan from overseas. I want to support everyone with all I’ve got, and get to know what they’re feeling. Please learn Japanese together with us, while experiencing Japanese culture in Kyoto, and let’s make our dreams come true together!

Keiko Nakagawa  Teacher

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Hello, my name is Tazawa. I’m in charge of the EJU preparatory course. Since test-taking approaches to the EJU vary depending on the university, we do not limit ourselves to simple subject review. Rather, we gain an understanding of sought-after content and past question tendencies to provide you with the most effective instruction possible. I truly look forward to meeting you.

Minoru Tazawa  Student Affairs

事務 長友

Hello, everyone. My name is Ms. Nagatomo. I work in the office at Keigo Language Academy Kyoto Chuo School. I love talking with our students.
I hope to have many conversations with everyone who is coming here to study abroad. In Japanese, of course! I look forward to working with you.

Yuri Nagatomo  Student Affairs