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Educational counseling

We are giving counseling about transferring from primary, junior high school or entrance for senior high school to immigrant children. We are accepting counseling through calls or visit to our office. Our educational counseling offers not just about giving information but also offers our own programs for those who want to participate. For example we have our Tabunka Free School and Kodomo Project. Other community support organizations also cooperate with our cause. We are supporting to create an environment for immigrant children to learn in Japan.

For more information please inquire below

Arakawa Campus

Office days: Tuesday – Saturday (Sunday, Monday and Holidays including New Year we are close)

Office hours: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Applicable Languages: Chinese, English, Tagalog, Japanese (reservation is required for Tagalog)

Location: Multicultural Center Tokyo Arakawa campus

Tokyo-to Arakawa-ku Nishi Ogu 6 chome 9-7 3rd floor

Telephone & Fax Number: 03-6807-7937


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Shinjuku Campus

Office days: Monday – Friday (Saturday, Sunday and Holidays including New Year we are close)

Office hours: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Applicable Languages: Chinese, English, Japanese (reservation is required for Chinese and English)

Location: Multicultural Center Tokyo Shinjuku campus

Tokyo-to Shinjuku-ku Hyaku-nin cho 1 chome 17-14 1st floor

Telephone & Fax Number:03-5389-8825


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Example cases of counseling
  • Wants to enter senior high school but does not have enough information about the details.    Having a hard time finding a place to study for the entrance examinations.


  • Transferred to junior high school but cannot understand the class because of the Japanese    language.


  • Wants to enter primary or junior high school but cannot understand Japanese and is looking    for a place to study Japanese language.


  • Finds it difficult to adapt in school and therefore not attending school.


  • Wants to enter senior high school but does not have enough information about the system.


  • Finding a place where he/she can learn Japanese and subjects for the class at the same time.