Our school building is located in Chiyoda district, in central Tokyo. Chiyoda district is the former site of Edo Castle, a residence of the Tokugawa family, who governed Japan as Shogun during the Edo period. Thus, although our campus is in the central Tokyo area, it is surrounded by rich greens and traditional culture that has been preserved since the Edo period, and features a serene atmosphere. Learning a foreign language means to also learn its culture. After a day of studying hard at school, why not take a walk around the campus? There are plenty of exciting new discoveries waiting for you.
Japan may be just a small island country on the world map, but did you know that 13.3 million people live in Tokyo, among whom 400,000 people are foreigners? With all the companies in the city, Tokyo’s daytime population increases to 15.6 million. Students can get to Shinjuku, Tokyo station area, Shibuya, and Akihabara, all within or about ten minutes of our school. All of these areas are bustling and crowded with a diverse range of people. The cosmopolitan city of Tokyo is a sprawling area where foreigners from over 200 countries live hand-in-hand with the Japanese natives.