To new students

This site is a contact site for new students.

If you have already entered Japan or can come to Japan by that day, we will have a period of orientation for freshmen on April 06 or 07, 2020. (Orientation dates vary by your nationality.)

Everyone is anxious because of COVID19.
And depending on the situation in your country you may not be able to come to Japan. If you are unable to leave your country, it is possible to delay your study to the next semester without extra fees.
(or we open in May or June for new students.)
We will contact you if our school plans change.
Please always look at this site and get information from this website.

The right way to deal with coronavirus(influenza):

  1. Keep your hands clean(wash hands-5 or more times a day – Most important) and gargle to prevent infection.
  2. We recommend that you drink soft drinks such as water (tap water is also acceptable) frequently. (Pours viruses and bacteria from the throat into the stomach)
  3. Take nutrition. Take enough sleep time.

We have to be aware of all diseases, not just the coronavirus.

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