Toshihiko Yoshioka

Graduated from The Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Letters, Aichi University
Head Teacher, Narumi High School, Aichi Prefecture
President, Shoin High School, Aichi Prefectural
Principal, Aichi Prefectural Kanie High School
Principal, Aichi Prefectural Gojo High School
Vice Principal, Miura Gakuen Kasugaoka Junior high school and Kasugaoka High School
Visiting Lecturer, Basic Education Center, Aichi Institute of Technology

Today in the 21st century, internationalization has become even more advanced, and exchange, trade, and cooperation between countries have become indispensable. When you think of a country as a country, the scale is felt large, but the core of this is the relationship between people. In order to deepen the relationship between countries and build a richer future, it is important for each person to play an active role. We will do our best to support you who dream of playing an active part in such an international stage and contributing to the development of your home country. Why did Japan, which was not blessed with natural resources, achieve miraculous development as one of the world's largest economies? The driving force behind this is our technical capabilities and diligence. In such a Japan, please make "living Japanese" your own so that you can learn the knowledge and skills you want.

Head of Teaching

Seiichi Takasaki

Hosei University, Faculty of Letters, Department of Japanese Literature
Graduated from Tokyo Russian Language Institute
Passed the Japanese Language Teaching Proficiency Test certified by the Japanese Language Education Association

Before becoming a Japanese language teacher, I was involved in various fields such as tourism, trade, and industry as a Russian interpreter. I can give advice based on my experience to those who have dreams of "wanting to study in Japan", "wanting to work for a Japanese company", and "wanting to be a bridge between their home country and Japan". At university, I also studied Japanese language history, performing arts history, and art history. You can also learn about Japanese history and culture behind the Japanese language. Studying languages is not easy. Simply accumulating knowledge and passing the Japanese Language Proficiency Test or the entrance examination of your desired university or vocational school is not a "goal achievement". After entering a university or vocational school, students can still write reports and papers that can understand lectures and discuss with Japanese teachers and students. In other words, students must acquire Japanese language skills that will help them study without any disabilities. This school has the know-how to break down such a "language barrier". "I want to play an active role on the international stage", "I want to contribute to the development of my homeland", "I want to acquire specialized skills in Japan", "I want my family to live an easy life". Your goal is my goal. Chubu Kokusei Gakuin is sure to make your dreams come true.