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Nihongo Hiroba Hashima City

Hashima International Exchange Association



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Hashima-shi Fukushi Fureai Kaikan 3-25 Asahira,Fukuju-cho,Hashima-shi
(10 mins walk from Meitetsu Hashima-Shiyakushomae Station)
Free parking available

Class Summary

This class is for foreign residents living or working in and around Hashima. In addition to learning Japanese, participants can also learn about the rules and regulations necessary for living in Japan. The class is conducted on a one-to-one basis and is tailored to each participant’s Japanese ability.
The class also caters for those wishing to take the JLPT, as an increasing number of partipants have this goal in mind. In addition, exchange activities are held to enable locals to have fun while experiencing different cultures, for example by making food from the participants’ home countries (Vietnam, Cambodia, and China), by organizing traditional Japanese cultural experiences (tea ceremony and Koto), and by participating in local events (festivals).

Day / Time

Second and fourth Sundays of the month 10:00 – 11:30

Course Fees etc.

Course fee:


Course materials fee:

Must be paid by the participant


Any time

Type of Class

One-on-one tutoring / Small groups

Course contents

Conversation / Grammar / Reading and writing / Preparation for Japanese-Language Proficiency Test / Culture exchange

Class Level

Introductory to beginners

 of Activities

The Hashima International Exchange Association was established with the aim of deepening the bonds of friendship with people from all over the world via exchange in all fields including education, culture, and industry, and of contributing to the development of an internationally-minded city. As well as holding various events and course throughout the year, various other language clubs are also active.


We feel that the ideal way to learn Japanese is through one-to-one lessons tailored to the learner’s level. You do not need to speak a foreign language or have any special qualifications. We are currently recruiting volunteers to teach foreign residents  on a one-to-one basis, focusing on daily conversational Japanese. Please come along if you are interested.

Can I bring young children?


Can I observe a lesson?


Recruiting lecturers and volunteers!