Local Japanese Class Mizunami "Let's Get Together Using Japanese" (Sue Kominkan) - ぎふ日本語学習支援サイト(英語)

Local Japanese Class Mizunami "Let's Get Together Using Japanese" (Sue Kominkan)

Mizunami City, Mizunami Future Department, Lifelong Learning Division
FAX: 0572-68-5283




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Sue Kominkan (Sue Community Center)
405-1 Mashizume, Sue-cho, Mizunami-shi,〒509-6361
30 minutes by car from JR Mizunami Station

Class Summary

In this Japanese class, foreign residents and Japanese residents living in the same area will interact with each other while learning the easy Japanese necessary for daily life, and how to communicate with each other.


Aged 16 and over

Term Dates

No term/ semester system

Day / Time


Course Fees etc.



Applications accepted throughout the course period

Type of Class

Small groups

Course contents

Conversation / Culture exchange

Class Level

Introductory and beginners

 of Activities

The Mizunami City Board of Education runs various classes at the Sogo Bunka Center (Culture Center) to provide learning opportunities for local residents. These range from hands-on practical classes such as ceramic art classes and making coasters using mosaic-style tiles, to classroom-style learning such as classes on preparing for disasters and classes on storage and tidying.


~Learners (foreign residents)~
This class is for those who have trouble with Japanese, who want to learn the Japanese necessary for daily life, and who want to talk to local people. Please feel free to come along and join our class!
*Foreign residents who speak Japanese are encouraged to participate as learning support volunteers.
~Learning support volunteers~
You do not need to know any foreign languages to be able to volunteer. Please don’t hesitate to join us if you would like to make friends with foreign residents, if you are interested in other cultures, or if you want to talk to foreign residents.

Can I bring young children?


Can I observe a lesson?


Recruiting lecturers and volunteers!

Currently recruiting learning support volunteers