Tokyo Schools

Going to Tokyo has never been so simple.

The capital of Japan and the largest city in the world, Tokyo is the place to be if you love the big city life. There is always something to do, incredible festivals to attend, museums to visit and plenty of places to eat and drink (great for practising your Japanese and meeting new people!). And for such a large metropolis, there are many areas where it can feel surprisingly quiet and tranquil.

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Schools in Tokyo

ISI Language School Harajuku & Shibuya

ISI Shibuya and Harajuku Japanese language schools focus their courses to help each student work towards their ideal future career in Japan.
Harajuku & Shibuya, Tokyo
Medium-high intensity

Sendagaya Japanese Institute

Master Japanese in Japan with Sendagaya Japanese Institute.
Komagome and Takadanobaba, Tokyo
Medium-high intensity

Code Chrysalis

Learn to code and become a full-stack software engineer in 12 weeks at Japan's only Silicon Valley-style coding bootcamp in the heart of Tokyo.
Roppongi, Tokyo
High intensity

GLOBIS University

GLOBIS University Full-time English MBA based in Tokyo. Earn your MBA from Japan's top ranked business school. Free application support.
Chiyoda, Tokyo

Tokyo Seiyu Academy: Department of International Communications

Study International Communications at Tokyo Seiyu Academy in Tokyo, Japan. Contact Go! Go! Nihon for tailored support for the easiest and best experience.
Ebisu, Tokyo

Akademeia 21st Century

Pursue your dream career in Shinjuku Tokyo Japan with a 2 year practical vocational course from Akademeia 21st Century.
Shinjuku, Tokyo

Akamonkai

Study at Akamonkai Language School in Tokyo. Akamonkai is a Japanese language school that offers Japanese language and business courses.
Nippori, Tokyo
Medium-high intensity
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ARC Academy Tokyo & Shinjuku

Study at ARC Academy in Tokyo, located in Iidabashi and Shinjuku. ARC Academy offers support for finding part-time and full-time employment in Tokyo.
Iidabashi & Shinjuku, Tokyo
Medium intensity

ISI Japanese Language School Takadanobaba

Study at ISI Takadanobaba in Tokyo. ISI is a Japanese language school group for students who want to further their education in Japan after the language course
Takadanobaba, Tokyo
Medium-high intensity

Shinjuku Japanese Language Institute

Study at the Shinjuku Japanese Language Institute in Tokyo. SJLI is a Japanese language school for students who want learn practical Japanese language they can use in their Japanese life.
Takadanobaba, Tokyo
Medium intensity
Medium-high intensity

Japan Tokyo International School

Study in the heart of Tokyo's bustling Shinjuku district at Japan Tokyo International School.
Nishi-Shinjuku, Tokyo
Medium intensity

ALA Academy of Language Arts

Study at ALA Japanese Language School in Tokyo. ALA is a Japanese Language school that attracts students from over 40 different countries
Iidabashi, Tokyo
Medium intensity

Yoshida Institute of Japanese Language

Since its founding in 1986, the Yoshida Institute of Japanese Language has helped over 4,500 students learn Japanese. They boast a friendly atmosphere among students from many different countries.
Waseda, Tokyo
Medium intensity

TOYO Language School

Experience the extensive range of Japanese language courses available at Toyo Language School, located in Tokyo's Nishi Kasai.
Nishi-Kasai, Tokyo
Medium intensity

Intercultural Institute of Japan

Study at the Intercultural Institute in Tokyo. Interculture Institute is a Japanese language school in the heart of Akihabara
Akihabara, Tokyo
Medium intensity

Tokyo Galaxy Japanese Language School

Design your own experience for learning Japanese at Tokyo Galaxy Japanese Language School in the heart of Tokyo.
Shinkawa, Tokyo
Medium intensity

KAI Language School

Study at KAI Language School in Tokyo. KAI is a Japanese language school in the heart of Shin-Okubo Korean Town of Tokyo
Shin-Okubo, Tokyo
Medium-high intensity

LIVE AND LEARN

Discover other cities

Yokohama is Japan’s second-largest city by population and just a stone’s throw away from Tokyo. It was the first port to open up to foreign trade after Japan ended its period of isolation and as such, it grew up with strong Western and Chinese influences.
Sapporo is the largest city in Hokkaido, Japan’s northernmost prefecture, but most people might recognise it as the home of Japan’s oldest beer brand. It’s one of Japan’s youngest cities, with 1868 recognised as its official birth year and a population of just 7 people in 1857.
Vibrant and a little rough around the edges (but with a heart of gold), Osaka is what some people consider to be the more down-to-earth alternative to Tokyo. While Osaka is the second-largest metropolitan area in Japan and the economic powerhouse of the Kansai region, it is also described by many as friendlier and more easy-going than its eastern rival.
Naha is the capital city of Okinawa Prefecture and the most populated city on Okinawa Island, the largest of the prefecture's 160 islands. Between the 15th and 17th centuries, Okinawa was its own kingdom and experienced flourishing trade with other nearby countries, leading to a unique culture that you won't find anywhere else in Japan. You can experience remnants of this time through the many castle ruins that are scattered around Okinawa Island and are easily accessed from Naha.
Okayama is located right between the popular cities of Osaka and Hiroshima and offers similarly breathtaking coastal scenes. One of Japan's most beautiful castles is right in the city center in close proximity to the Korakuen gardens. The famous art island Naoshima and historical town of Kurashiki are just outside of Okayama City and the Shikoku region is just one bridge away!
Oita City is the capital of Oita prefecture, located on Kyushu, the third-largest of Japan's five main islands. Oita prefecture, much like the rest of Kyushu, is famous for its sweeping nature and its close proximity to both mountain and sea. It's also famous for onsen and is known as the onsen prefecture.
Conveniently situated right between Tokyo and Osaka, Nagoya is a large city in Aichi prefecture that boasts one of Japan's most beautiful castles and a rich samurai history. Despite being the country's fourth most populated city, the cost of living is relatively low. Nagoya offers big city perks such as one of Japan's largest ports, big corporations and famous educational institutions, while also providing access to historical sites like Shirakawago and Kiso valley.
When it comes to Japanese history and culture, you’re not going to find a place more significant than Kyoto. This city holds incredible cultural value as the former seat of the imperial court and has many temples, shrines, traditional gardens and palaces. Since it was spared from extensive damage during World War II, it is now one of Japan’s most well-preserved cities.
Kurume is a large city in Kyushu, just 30 minutes from Fukuoka City, which combines city life with access to nature. The warm community, serene riversides, picturesque mountains, easy transportation links and designation as a WHO-certified "Safe Community" make it a perfect study destination for students looking for a balance between city living and access to nature.
Live near the foot of the sacred Mt Fuji and get in touch with Japan’s nature by studying in Kofu. This city of less than 200,000 people is the capital of the Yamanashi Prefecture and attracts visitors for its nature, local fruit, wine and onsen. Go camping and hiking in the nearby Fuji Five Lakes district in summer and warm up in a local onsen with views of Mt Fuji during winter.
Kobe is located between the sea and the mountains and sits right across the bay from Osaka. Like Yokohama, it’s a major port city and was one of the first to open up to foreign trade following the end of Japan’s period of isolation.
Located on the coast and closer to mainland Asia than Tokyo, Fukuoka has been an important and influential city for a long time. It was chosen as a landing point during the Mongol invasions of the 13th Century and its port is now a major transport hub for nearby islands and Busan in South Korea.
Beppu is located on Kyushu, the third-largest of Japan's five main islands. Oita prefecture, much like the rest of Kyushu, is famous for its sweeping nature and its close proximity to both mountain and sea. It's also famous for onsen and is known as the onsen prefecture.

The Process

From first contact to arriving in Japan

Founded by language students for language students, Go! Go! Nihon supports your application to study in Japan every step of the way.

From choosing the right school for you, to helping you settle into your new life in Japan, you can rely on us for support and guidance.

Up to one year before
Start researching your options - city, duration, visa, school & contact us with any questions and to start your application
8 months before
Start 150 hours of study to meet visa requirements. You can do this either at a language institution or with our online course.
7-5 months before
Send your application documents & pay the school application fee to reserve your spot
3-1 months before
Pay the tuition fee to your chosen school. Book your flights
2 months before
1 month before
Receive your COE and submit it to your Japanese embassy to get your Japan student visa. Start packing for Japan!
Arrive in Japan
Get settled in your accommodation, register your residence at the ward office, sign up for health insurance and apply for the pension exemption. Start school!
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Our online courses bring the very best language school curriculums in Japan straight to your desktop or mobile device so that you can learn, or improve, your Japanese no matter where you are in the world.

Our courses are available entirely online and you can complete the lessons in your own time.

Learn Japanese through a mix of videos, audio recordings, worksheets, and tests.

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