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日常生活の中で日本の文化史に触れることができる街、京都で日本語を学びましょう。

日常生活の中で日本の文化史に触れることができる街、京都で日本語を学びましょう。


京都は1、000年以上もの間日本の首都でした。現在は首都ではありませんが、仏教寺院、神社、茶道などの伝統的な職人技など、数多くの文化財が街中に残っています。


人口約150万人の京都は、学生に優しい街です。その自然と文化に溢れていて、街中に神社が点在しています。


京都東部の祇園地区には、世界的に有名な清水寺があります。清水寺は、西暦778年に創建された仏教寺院で、街の美しい景色と音羽の滝を見下ろす丘の上にあります。祇園では、舞妓(芸者の見習い)や芸者自身と道を渡るのも珍しくありません。

Discover the beauty of Nagoya

During the Edo period, Nagoya Castle was the base of one of the three branches of the Tokuhawa clan making it one of the richest and most powerful castle towns in the entire nation. As a result, today the castle grounds are expansive and pleasant to explore. Students can enjoy various festivals such as cherry blossom viewing and the summer festival during June. Be inspired by the green spaces and city parks in Nagoya where you can simply enjoy the weather or take part in the many seasonal events held by the city. The annual Nagoya Tournament of the Japan Sumo Association is one, not to miss.

Experience a tea ceremony in Nagoya, there are a few places in Nagoya, where students can experience a traditional tea ceremony and some places even cater to foreign visitors with an English adaptation of the ceremony. Students can also visit one of many tea houses where they will be served a tea set which can be enjoyed while being surrounded by a beautiful Japanese garden or traditional Japanese architecture. 

Perfect for students!

One of the biggest attractions for living in Nagoya is the rent prices. When compared to Tokyo and Osaka, rent in Nagoya is considered very reasonable, making it ideal for students.

Home to the best transportation network, students can explore the city and neighbouring towns using the easily accessible transportation hub. With stations covering the city head to toe, making no journey more than 30 minutes, you will be able to spend more time exploring this lovely city.

 

There’s so much to do in Nagoya!

The shopping scene in Nagoya is unique and ranges from upmarket department stores, emphasising luxury and high-end fashion to the traditional Osu Arcade where students can stock up on inexpensive daily necessities and bargain souvenirs. Nagoya offers shopping experiences that suit every budget.

A short bus ride from downtown Nagoya will take you to Nagashima Resort. Students can spend the day at Japan’s best destination for roller coasters at Nagashima Spaland amusement park. Unwind at the outstanding Yuami no Shima hot spring complex and cooldown at the Joyful waterpark offering visitors a variety of water slides and swimming pools.

Nagoya not only offers students a city with rich history, culture, and beauty but it is also home to many museums where you can learn and experience technology and science. Explore museums showcasing the history and future of Japanese trains including in-depth exploration on the shinkansen (the bullet train) and the maglev. Take a walk-through Toyota’s storied past at The Toyota Automobile Museum.  But most impressively Nagoya houses the world’s largest planetarium called Brother Earth at Nagoya City Science Museum, featuring a realistic recreation of the stunning night sky.

Learn Japanese in Nagoya for an extraordinary learning experience!

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