Information about Japanese language schools in Niigata Prefecture. Japanese language education facilities such as individual Japanese language courses at universities and vocational schools have been introduced in each region of Niigata Prefecture.
If you are thinking about studying in Japan or living in Japan and are looking for a Japanese language school, please use this site to find the school that suits you best.
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List of Japanese Language Schools in Niigata Prefecture
|Higashi-ku, Niigata||International Japanese College|
|Chuo Ward, Niigata City||International Foreign Language / Tourism / Airlines College|
|Chuo Ward, Niigata City||Sado International Education Academy|
|Nagaoka City||Eisin Nagaoka Japanese Language School|
List of Japanese Language class rooms in Niigata
|Itoigawa International Association|
|Catholic Takada Church International Department|
|Joetsu International Association|
|Japanese language class “Aiueo School”|
|Uonuma International Association (UMEX)|
|Ojiya International Exchange Association|
|Ojiya City Public Hall|
|(Public interest incorporated foundation) Kashiwazaki Regional Internationalization Association|
|Snow Flakes Club|
|Central public hall|
|International Exchange Center|
|Nihao no Kai|
|Volunteer group Mutsumikai|
|Akiha Nihongo class|
|Iroha nihongo Class|
|GK International Challenge Academy Kyogakukan|
|Citizens’ Association to Promote International Exchange|
|International Watercolor Society|
|Shibata City International Friendship Association|
|Shibata Japanese Class|
|Shirone Japanese Volunteer KOCOBO|
|Tsubame City International Association|
|Niigata SAKE Lovers|
|(Public interest incorporated foundation) Niigata City International Association|
|Niigata Japanese Teacher Friends Association Nihongo Kyoshi Tomo no Kai|
|Murakami Hamanasu Japanese Class|
|Waon / Waon II|
|Sado Japanese Language Class Volunteer Association|
|DSI Inte+I1:I73rpreter Volunteer Sado|
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