Learn Japanese in Japan
Is Japan a destination for students? Yes, both teenagers and adults! We have Language Courses, High School Exchange Programs and Summer Camps in Japan!
For all those who want to learn Japanese in Japan, learn more about traditional Japanese culture and have an unforgettable experience studying abroad with Nacel.
Discover the programs below.
Why should you study Japanese in Japan?
Understand why we think Japan is a wonderful place to learn Japanese!
- To learn Japanese in Japan is the best and affordable way to improve your Japanese abroad.
- Enjoy the clever combination of tradition and modernity while you learn Japanese in Japan.
- Admire the ability of Japanese people! Japanese have succeeded in putting their marks upon their environment, from skyscrapers to bonsai.
- If you are a manga, video game, or kawai addict, Japan is the place to be!
- Relax in Japanese Gardens after your Japanese courses.
- While you study Japanese in Japan, discover the richness of Japanese culture, from martial arts to theatre.
- After your Japanese courses, enjoy the beauty of Japanese landscapes.
- Enjoy the rich, sophisticated, and varied Japanese cooking while you study Japanese in Japan.
- Our host families will know how to make you discover their culture after your Japanese courses.
- Nacel has more than 60 years of experience in language courses and high school exchange programs and is a language course leader in the French and European markets.
Since 1957, Nacel has offered a wide range of Japanese courses for students and adults in language schools, high school exchange programs, and summer camps in Japan. Our local coordinators will make your language trip to Japan an exceptional and unforgettable experience. Learn Japanese in Japan.
We offer you Japanese courses in one of the most beautiful destinations in Japan: learn Japanese in Fukuoka!
Do you want to know more about Japan?
Let us give you some key information:
- Country: Japan
- Inhabitants: 125,416,877 (2023 est.)
- Climate: temperate
- Capital: Tokyo
- Government’s type: Unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy
- Currency: Japanese yen (¥)
- Main religions: 90% of those practicing Islam
- Language: Japanese
- National holiday: Birthday of emperor Akihito, 23 December (1933)
- GDP per capita: $ 52,120 (2023 est.)
Japanese is spoken by 127 millions Japaneses. There are also Japanese speakers in Taiwan, South Korea, and even in a small community in Brazil. Japanese is often taught as a foreign language in a lot of Oriental Asian and Oceanian country. Japanese is one of the 12 most spoken native languages. Learn Japanese in Japan with Nacel!
If you wish to discover the modern and dynamic city of Tokyo, or the Japanese countryside, come and learn Japanese in Japan with us. Take this opportunity to live a matchless experience thanks to our Japanese courses!
Did you know that Japan...
... is known for its cherry blossom trees? During the spring, people picnic, celebrate its meaning of transient beauty and renewal, and enjoy the pink and white landscape of the cherry blossom trees (sakura).
... is a country full of natural landscapes? There are mountains, waterfalls, forests, lakes and beaches. It also has traditional gardens that are truly works of art.
... has a tea culture? Yes, this drink plays an important role in Japanese culture and conveys simplicity, tranquillity, and respect.
... is home to the famous bullet train? Known as the Shinkansen, it reaches very high speeds and allows for faster travel.
... has "high-tech" toilets? That's right, some toilets are equipped with heated seats, bidets, and even sounds for added comfort.
... is renowned for its cuisine that mixes textures and excellent presentation? No matter whether it's sushi, sashimi, tempura or okonomiyaki, you can enjoy these flavors.
Japan is an excellent choice for experiencing all this while learning Japanese.
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Want to know more about studying in Japan?
We'll explain! Let's explain the school system in Japan.
It is divided into primary school (6 years), junior high school (3 years), senior high school (3 years) and university (4 years).
Students wear a school uniform and teachers actively help international students with their integration process. They value the development of culture at the school.
The school year starts in April and ends in March, divided into 3 terms.
You can find more information by clicking here.
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How do I apply for a student visa to Japan?
Here are some tips to help you plan an incredible study trip. Let's talk about the student visa for Japan.
Firstly, you need to have a valid passport and ensure it's valid for your stay.
The other important step in applying for a visa is filling in the application form. To do this, you must know which visa is right for you. There are different types of visas, depending on the period of study, age, and student origin.
The next stage is to prepare evidence, if necessary, such as an admission letter from the chosen educational institution, financial proof, and proof of health insurance.
All these steps for acquiring a student visa for Japan can be found on the website, click here to access it.
Don't forget! We will always be on hand to guide and advise you.
Is Japan the right Study Abroad destination for you?
Contact us now! Whether you decide to participate in a Japanese language school, do an exchange year in Japan, or study and enjoy the summer camps, we offer a range of study abroad programs that will meet your needs and allow you to learn Japanese in Japan!
Schedule a Video Call with our Expert Advisors now to receive personal advice! Click here to schedule