Our normal school year is divided into four seasonal terms starting in January, April, July, and October. We celebrate Japanese national holidays and there is extra time off during the summerOBON holidays in August and during the New Year’s holidays.There’s a possibility that schedule may be modified.

Fall 2018
October 09(Tues.) Orientation (10AM – ) for New students
October 11(Thurs.) Classes begins
November 02(Fri.) Tokyo DisneySea
November 03(Sat.) Culture Day
November 11(Sun.) EJU
November 23(Fri.) No classes – Labor Day holiday
December 02(Sun.) JLPT
December 18(Tues.) / 19(Wed.) Final exams
December 20(Thurs.) Classes ends
December 21(Fri.) Winter holidays begins
Winter 2019
January 07(Mon.) Orientation (10AM – ) for New students
January 08(Tues.) Classes begins
January 14(Tues.) No classes – Coming of Age holiday
February 11(Mon.) No classes – National holiday
March 13(Wed.) / 14(Thurs.) Final exams
March 19(Tues.) A graduation ceremony–youtube–
March 20(Wed.) A bowling meet–youtube–Classes ends
March 21(Thurs.) Spring holidays begins
Spring 2019
April 05(Fri.) or 08(Mon.) Orientation (10:00 –) for New students
April 10(Wed.) Classes begins
April 29(Mon.) No classes – National holiday
May 03(Fri.) No classes – National holiday
May 06(Mon.) No classes – National holiday
May 10(Fri.) Sports meet (facebook)
June 19(Wed.) / 20(Thurs.) Final exams
June 21(Fri.) Classes ends & Academic Guidance
Summer 2019
July 1(Mon.) Orientation (10AM – ) for New students
July 03(Wed.) Classes begins
July 15(Mon.) No classes – Sea Day holiday
July 26(Fri.) Academic Guidance
August 04(Sat.) Summer Obon holidays begins
August 19(Sun.) Summer Obon holidays ends
August 19(Mon.) Classes begin again
September 16(Mon.) No classes – Old Folks Day holiday
September 23(Mon.) Autumn Equinox Day holiday
September 25(Wed.) / 26(Thur.) Final exams
September 27(Fri.) Classes ends

We warmly welcome

Exemption or Reduction
of Admission fees.

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