All of our students stay in the student dormitory, which is a 10-minute walk from school.
The dormitory superintendents work to create an environment where students can focus on their studies. They also refer to the “Health Management and a Safe Environment” emergency manual to help sick or injured students, including contacting doctors and taking students to medical appointments. In an at-home atmosphere, superintendents are on hand (“Mom” in the morning and “Dad” at night) to assist students with their daily life twenty-four hours a day.
And because students of many different nationalities and cultures are living in the dormitory, it is a valuable chance to experience different cultures while still being in Japan.
Through living at the dormitory, you will learn the rules and customs necessary to live an independent life in Japanese society.