“Forever Japan” – Settle Down in Japan

“Forever Japan” is a unique Japanese language program for people who want to move to Japan and live here. During this course, we help you with preparing for job interviews, finding accommodation and advise you with visa, insurance, tax and other important matters of life. This special course is only available to students who have graduated from university.

Coming to Japan is really easy now!


You will have 20 lessons from Monday to Friday 20 as well as 2 conversational classes every Wednesday and Friday. After the Friday study group, you can join our evening activity with Japanese students from our sister school Ritter.

During lessons, you will learn many phrases essential for job hunting and communicating with your new Japanese friends. To maximize each student’s personal attention time, we have reduced our class size to 4 students at most.

Also, there are cheaper flights because of low season.

Basic Course Information and Sample Fees 

The course starts on February 5th (Mon) and ends on April 27th (Fri). If you are a complete beginner, your classes start every first Monday of the months. You may choose a period between 2 weeks or 12 weeks with this course.

Level: Beginner – Advanced
Lessons: 20 lessons a week / 4 lessons a day
Textbooks: Minna no Nihongo / Chukyu Kara Manabu
Teaching Method: Conversation style / Direct method (Teach Japanese in Japanese)
*English only if necessary

Minimum Age: 21 years old (graduated from university)
Course Fee: 79 000 Yen for 2 weeks (Add week = 30 000 Yen)
Price House Share: 37 000 Yen for 2 weeks (Add week = 14 000 Yen)
Course Goals and Contents

– Understand Japanese customs and traditions by participating in various seasonal winter and spring events
– Acquire new grammar and Kanji related to business and work
– Learn about Japanese culture like Setsubun* and religion (e.g. Buddhism and Shintoism)

Jobs you might do in Japan

– IT
– Food and Service
– Education
– Sports
Other fields on demand

Special Events and fun activities in Kyushu Area

A few suggestions of fun activities and trips you can do after your classes or on the weekend.

Nagasaki Lantern Festival
Izuka Doll Festival
– Snowy Mt. Hiko
– Visit to Nanzoin (largest lying Buddha statue)
– Owl Cafe
– Meet a real Buddhist monk
– Eat at a Yatai
Visit Iki Island


We strongly recommend our students a weekly apartment or house share in order to be independent and have more freedom.

However, we also organize Flat Share or Home Stay if requested.

Choose your accommodation option.

Additional Services

– Translation Service of necessary documents
– Assistance with documents
– Airport pickup
– 24-hour emergency contact available
– Pocket WiFi rentals available
– Bicycle rentals available (100 Yen per day)

Free Services

– Language Exchange program
– Free Japanese business bards
– Japanese Study Group every Wednesday and Friday
– Lesson materials
– Lunch box on the first day


In Japan, Setsubun is the day before the beginning of each season, with the most important one being celebrated annually on 3 February. Spring Setsubun can be compared to New Year’s Eve in the West, and is accompanied by a special ritual to cleanse all evil of the former year and drive away disease-bringing evil spirits for the year to come. This special ritual is called Mamemaki (bean scattering).

A Kotatsu is a low, wooden table covered by a futon, or heavy blanket, that is heated up in winter.

Nabe is a term referring to all varieties of Japanese steamboat dishes. Having a Nabe and eating together under a Kotatsu is considered a feature of winter in Japan.

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