Virtual Tours

Check out these virtual tours from KCP International campus in Japan

The Building

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KCP’s main campus building: seven floors, built just a few years ago with all the latest conveniences. Situated on a quiet residential street in the high-energy Shinjuku area. Great access to subway, convenience stores, Shinjuku Gyoen Park

 

Lobby/Student Services

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Get help with daily life. Whether you have questions on life in Japan, finding a doctor, or obtaining advice on the right gift for your homestay family, KCP US Program staff is delighted to help you, in English if necessary.

 

Classrooms

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Pristine classrooms. Desks move easily for pair or group work. A great spot to focus on your Japanese. Classes are taught entirely in Japanese.

 

Library

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Well-equipped, with about 5000 Japanese-related books. Newspapers in several languages are also available. There are audio materials for learning, and computers are available.

 

Lounge

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Interact with classmates from many different countries. Vending machines for drinks and snacks and a microwave oven make it the perfect place to fuel up. It’s a favorite hangout.

 

Meeting-Presentation Room

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A multi-purpose hall for the orientation and welcome ceremony, class presentations, and many other gatherings.

 

Tea Room

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Of course, tea ceremonies are held here, as well as practices, clubs, and performances related to traditional Japanese instruments such as the koto. Out the window is a glimpse of the Japanese garden.

 

Japanese Garden

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Laid out in a traditional Japanese manner, and a lovely micro-retreat from city life. Something is blooming no matter the time of year.

 

Education office

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In addition to resource space for faculty, there are two tables for students, who are welcome to come by any time for consultation and questions with whoever is there.

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Student Life

Past and present students share their thoughts and experiences on studying in Japan.

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Testimonials

This program has been awesome, and I learned a lot about Japanese language and culture within such a short period of time. The teachers are very patient and they try their best to encourage everyone’s participation by making the class fun. I would definitely recommend this school to other people who wants to go to Japan to study Japanese.

—Anita Lucius