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Why students choose us

students choose us

The Yokohama International Education Academy has been providing quality Japanese language education for over 30 years in the city of Yokohama. Our experience and expertise allow us to evolve with the times and ensure our service constantly meets the expectations of our students and the global community. Yokohama is a prominent and energetic city attracting tourists and businesses alike. It is situated within the greater Tokyo metropolitan area yet manages to maintain its quiet charm as an international port city. In this marvelous environment, thousands of students have completed their studies and went on to follow their dreams.

  • Curriculum and Teachers

    We focus on “Japanese skills that get results”. Our curricula are designed to ensure that students achieve their objectives.

  • Guidance & Advance­ment

    We provide career guidance in accordance with the students’ objectives, whether it’s to advance to an institute of higher education or to find employment.

  • Quality & ISO

    ISO29990/ 29991certified, we are committed to quality and excellence.

  • Cultural Experiences

    Students experience Japanese language and culture through school events such as Speech Contest, Sports Day, Cultural Exchange, and Field Trips.

Alumni

Over the years, thousands of students have graduated from our Academy to follow their dreams. Some are in Japan; many are dispersed around the world. Here are a few testimonials.

Courses

Please select the course most suited for your purpose. What kind of language skills do you need? What is your objective?

Japan
Japan

Welcome to YOKOHAMA

The city of Yokohama is the second largest city in Japan and is situated within the greater Tokyo metropolitan area. It boasts a myriad of historic buildings and a robust international port. It has the biggest China Town in Japan and many popular shopping malls. It is also a magnet for international businesses and global companies.
Ask the Japanese people their impression of Yokohama, you will get “stylish” as the word most associated with the city. It’s a fashionable and sophisticated city which still manages to maintain its quiet charm. It is a big city without the hustle and bustle usually associated with big cities but instead greets you with open spaces and blue skies.
We welcome you to join us and discover the enchantment of Yokohama.

we love Yokohama

MM21

5 minutes walk

MM21

Minato Mirai 21, is the central business district of Yokohama. It is designed as the new urban center. A fashionable district right on the port front.

Chinatown

next station

Chinatown

Japan's largest Chinatown, with colorful entry gates and around 250 Chinese-owned stores & eateries.

Red Brick Warehouse

15 minutes walk

Red Brick Warehouse

A 1911 historical building that is now a shopping & cultural center with stores, cafes, and seasonal events.

Yokohama Stadium

15 minutes walk

Yokohama Stadium

The stadium opened in 1978 and has a capacity of 30,000 people. It is primarily used for baseball and is the home field of the Yokohama DeNA BayStars.

Yokohama Cosmo World

10 minutes walk

Yokohama Cosmo World

The Cosmo World is an amusement park located in the MM 21 district, featuring a huge ferris wheel, a high-speed roller coaster, and other rides.

Nogeyama Zoo

15 minutes walk

Nogeyama Zoo

Nogeyama Zoological Gardens is a free zoo opened in 1951. It’s an intimate zoo within a larger park housing 90 species, including tigers, plus a kids' petting zoo.

Osanbashi Pier

30 minutes walk

Osanbashi Pier

Ōsanbashi Pier is the main international passenger pier. It is the oldest pier in Yokohama, originally constructed between 1889 and 1896. The contemporary pier offers pedestrian walkways & seating alongside the water with great views.

Yokohama Museum of Art

10 minutes walk

Yokohama Museum of Art

The museum is located in the Minato Mirai 21 district. It features a diverse collection, from Matisse to Picasso, plus contemporary Japanese artists.

Yamashita Park

30 minutes walk

Yamashita Park

Yamashita Park is a public park famous for its waterfront views of the Port of Yokohama.
Opened in 1930, this popular seaside park features flower beds & monuments, plus a fountain.

Yokohama Landmark Tower

5 minutes walk

Yokohama Landmark Tower

It is the second tallest building in Japan, standing 296.3 m high. Located in the Minato Mirai 21 district, this huge tower with a hotel, a mall, clinics & offices also has an observation deck with a 360-degree view.

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