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Our partner school proposes host family accommodation in order that you may take full advantage of your language study stay which will turn into full immersion in the Japanese language and culture. The families selected by KAI Language School offer a familial and welcoming atmosphere. Situated between 60 or 90 minutes by public transport from the course centre, they accommodate you in a single room and provide you with half board. A marvellous opportunity to share in the daily life of a family in Tokyo!
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Our partner school proposes various accommodation options, either in a shared apartment, in a residence or in "guest houses". This solution suits more independent people. Contact us for more information.
The activities proposed by our partner school are devoted to discovering the culture and the tradition of Japan. For the most part, they are at an extra charge and allow you to be introduced to the tea ceremony (Sadoo), to calligraphy (Shodoo) and to the art of paper folding (Origami). These activities generally take place twice a week in the school itself. Animated evenings, barbecues, a foray into the mysterious world of Sumo wrestlers and the spectacle of a comba or full-day excursions complete the offer. Moreover, the city of Tokyo and its numerous districts with diverse attractions are a vast territory to be explored. Why not undertake the discovery of Japan in the company of your new friends from the four corners of the world? Clubs, bars, restaurants, shopping centres, entertainment, parks, gardens...everything is different and fascinating. The leisure activities are countless and at the height of your expectations. For shopping also, you won't be left hungry. The most fashionable districts will impress you with the number of shops and boutiques with the latest fashions and vintage clothing, and Ginza, the mecca of Japanese chic, is unmissable. And to finish, don't miss out on the Takarazuka theatre in which the reviews and shows are only given by female artists!