Philosophy and Purpose of Education

The numbers of people of foreign nationals that come to Japan have increased amid the years of internationalization. With the following decline in Japan’s birthrate, it is considered that this pattern will continue with years to come.
But the problem we face today is that many people of foreign nationals and the Japanese cannot communicate with each other. With this in mind, we must put our effort into teaching Japanese to as many people as possible. It is important that Japanese culture be understood, and the amicable relationship with Japan be maintained.
By establishing the Japanese language school we hope that a contribution to the world and the community can be made. We also hope that by offering an educational environment in a close-knitted community, one will have the chance of participating in community events that cannot be experienced with life in the city.