Aiwa Language Institute is a Japanese language school established in Fukuoka with the educational philosophy that students can learn foreign languages easily and efficiently in recognition of international mutual understanding.
In the class, students are taught not only by language acquisition, but also by education that emphasizes the operational aspect and promotes the further development of each individual.
The origin of studying language is communication, and we aim to create an environment where we can effectively learn language as a policy of Aiwa Language Institute, aiming at a fun and easy-to-understand Japanese language education.
A source of trust is compassion and deep understanding for students.
It is the Word that connects people to people.
The bridge between students and teachers is the heart.
Aiwa Language Institute has its own curriculum and teaching methods, and it supports not only Chinese students but also non-Chinese-speaking students.
The Japanese language learning curriculum at Aiwa Language Institute is designed not only for learning in the classroom, but also for learning the knowledge and skills that will be useful in the future through community activities, social tours and exchange meetings.
|Student Capacity||442 (2 systems)|
|Study period||2 years, 1 year 9 months, 1 year 6 months|
|Study time||Monday to Friday, 20 hours per week, 780 hours per year|
|October 1988||Japanese language school started|
|October 1991||Aiwa Gakuen Limited Company Aiwa Language School|
|December 2016||Aiwa Gakuen School Corporation Aiwa Language Institute|
Greetings from the head of the school
Greeting from President of Aiwa Group
During the tour to the public facility, all students went to the Disaster Prevention Center. We learned from the firefighters what to do if disaster like fire or earthquake occurs. We never know when and where the disaster will occur. So, it is important for student to learn about what they have to do if disaster occurs. We learned this important matter in a fun way. It was a great opportunity for students since this kind of learning rarely conducted outside Japan.
We all went to Huis Ten Bosch, one of the most popular tour destinations in Japan, on the day of the social gathering. We enjoyed taking pictures in this very beautiful place. We all had lunch together and took a group photo at the end. While returning to school by bus, many students said, “I want to come to this place again”. It was a wonderful experience for us.
Based on the amendment of the School Education Act and the Enforcement Regulations of the Act in 2007, Aiwa School also conducts a self-check and self-evaluation based on the school evaluation system.
Currently in progress.