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Japanese Language Schools in Osaka

Erik

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Does anyone know of any japanese language schools in Osaka? Have a website? Have you or someone you've known attended there? What was their opinion of the place? Any requirements? TIA.
 

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Konnichiwa Erik-san!

Sorry, I don't know.:p

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Originally posted by NANGI
Konnichiwa Erik-san!

Sorry, I don't know.:p

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What part of Kansai do you live in?
 

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Konnichiwa Erik-san!
I live in Hyougo.😄

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Originally posted by NANGI
Konnichiwa Erik-san!
I live in Hyougo.😄

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Not sure where that is... how big is it?
 

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Konnichiwa Erik-san!

Hyougo(Hyogo) is a next prefecture of Osaka. And I live in Takasago city but I think that you can not find Takasago, because Takasago is very small city...:eek:

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Originally posted by NANGI
Konnichiwa Erik-san!

Hyougo(Hyogo) is a next prefecture of Osaka. And I live in Takasago city but I think that you can not find Takasago, because Takasago is very small city...:eek:

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Hmm... I am wondering if I've been there... what train do you take to get to the city?
 

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Konnichiwa Erik-san!

I take Sanyo-Hanshin train to Osaka from Takasago. This rail go direct to Hanshin-Umeda(Osaka). But this rail take a lot of time, about an hour and a half. If I change at Akashi to JR, I take only an hour to JR-Osaka.

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I have studied at the Osaka YWCA,
it's quite close to Umeda, it was a fine school.

-lightman
 

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Originally posted by lightman
I have studied at the Osaka YWCA,
it's quite close to Umeda, it was a fine school.

-lightman
How long did you study at YWCA? I'm guessing that's for woman only?
 

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Originally posted by lightman
I have studied at the Osaka YWCA,
it's quite close to Umeda, it was a fine school.

-lightman
I've checked out their web site several times but can never find any really useful information on the basics of student life -- cost, living arrangements, length of stay, etc. If you could fill us in a little on your experience it would be most helpful 🙂
 

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No,
it is not a girl's only school, it is a normal school for everybody, but it is run by women.

I have study there for 18 months.

you can find detailed information on Ravi's homepage:
math.gatech.edu/~monteneg/Japan/YWCA.html

-lightman
 

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Originally posted by lightman
No,
it is not a girl's only school, it is a normal school for everybody, but it is run by women.

I have study there for 18 months.

you can find detailed information on Ravi's homepage:
http://www.math.gatech.edu/~monteneg/Japan/YWCA.html

-lightman
This isn't your page I take it?

Sound like he had a good stay. =) Ever slept in one of those capsule type hotels? Sounds kind of interesting!
 

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