Long-term Japanese Course for Academic Advancement
NILADBUNPOT DARAN ／Thailand
I studied at Edo Cultural Center since October of 2011. When I first started, I found out the Japanese language was not an easy language to learn. At one point I felt very depressed and I wanted to give up. Thankfully, I met some great friends in school. They encouraged me and we studied together. They supported me a lot, so that I can hang on and complete the course. Beside the Japanese language course, there are other varieties of courses can be taken as well.
Outside of studies, I gained lots of valuable experience during my stay in Japan. At Edo Cultural Center, majority of students from different countries gathered together once in awhile to share their thoughts on things they learn; their lifestyle, their difficulties and the pleasant of school life in here. It was a great journey. Now I will like to invite all of you to join us and experience one of the best in Japan have to offer.
Long-term general course
LI SANG HWA ／Korea
I am currently studying at Edo Cultural Center. In my class, there are different types of students; ones who are working towards entering to Universities or Graduate schools and there are also the ones who are conveying for an employment. When time is permitted, students who are applying for jobs also give pointers to the University students. The class lesson is based on a personal schedule which draw out students’ interest. My favorite lesson is debate class because we get to express our opinions and also learn from others in which will enlighten our knowledge. Outside from classroom, we gather together and share our different culture experience in which we can learn from each other. The bond between teachers and students are like family. Teachers will provide the role as a listener as well an advisor to assist when difficulties occurs.
The school is enclosed with modern atmosphere and is located in the center of Tokyo where nearby is famous television stations such as TBS and Akasaka Sacas. It’s only 5 minutes walk from school to a big public park where you can do exercise. It also surround with cultural and entertainment facilities nearby.
Studying at Edo Cultural Center is a great experience that you don’t want to miss on. So come join us and I will show you why learning Japanese language is fun.