Osaka, a city of almost 3 million people, is Japan’s third largest city and the food capital of the country. Osaka is one the most popular locations for students who want to study in Japan, and as such, there are plenty of schools and universities available for foreign students. Many language schools exist near the city center, so you can study and learn the culture as well! The old capital of Kyoto and the international port city Kobe are only a short train ride away, making Osaka a great place to study and live.
Nagoya, Japan’s fourth largest city, located in central Japan. is well known for it’s culinary culture, and has a population of 2.2 million people. There are many famous universities and language schools in the area. Nagoya, being in the center of Japan, gives it good access via Shinkansen bullet trains to Tokyo and Osaka, as well as air access to destinations all over the country when you’re feeling adventurous.
Tokyo (Coming Soon)
Tokyo, one of the world’s largest cities, is home to hundreds of language schools and universities, as well as the headquarters for many international and domestic companies. The bustling metropolis is always awake and always moving, so there’s never a dull moment. International brands all have a presence in Tokyo, so you may never feel homesick!