Learning Japanese Language: Kingfisher Educational consultancy 

Japanese is an East Asian language spoken by about 128 million people, primarily in Japan, where it is the national language. It is a member of the Japonic language family, and its relation to other languages, such as Korean, is debated.

Writing systemChinese characters (kanji); Japanese Braille

EthnicityJapanese (Yamato)

Native speakers: 125 million (2010)

Official language inJapan (de facto)

Language familyJaponic languagesAltaic languages

Did you know: Japanese is the ninth-most-spoken language in the world by number of native speakers. 

Why Japan?

1. Quality

The quality of educational within Japan is extremely high as attested by Japan being home to more than 20 Novel prize winners.

2. Safety

Japan is considered one of the safest countries in the world while also very clean and hygienic. Furthermore, many amenities are generally within walking distance, making Japan a wonderful and easy place to live

3. Culture

Japanese culture is rich and unique students have the opportunity to not only receive high-quality education but also arts, crafts, sport and music to modern subculture movements in animation, mange and fashion.

4. Cost

Universities offer quality education with great value. Additionally despite the misconceptions, the cost of living in Japan is also considerably less when compared to western destinations.                                                                                                                

5. Opportunities

Most universities have an excellent alumni network well connected within key industries. A degree from Japanese university is an advantage in today's competitive job market.

6. Lifestyle

Opportunities for an active lifestyle abound, whether it be joining a university sports or martial arts club or simply taking advantage of Japan's great outdoors. 

7. Scholarships

There are many opportunities for grand's and scholarships as well as full tuition exemption waiver programmers.

8. Development 

Japan is unique in many ways and can provide a profound effect on visitors. Studying in Japan will not only improve language and professional skills but will provide a different Professional skills, but will provide a different perspective on life business and society. Skills but will provide a different perspective on life business and society. Studying in Japan offers excellent experiences in the development of truly international Professional

9. Variety 

Japan has more than 800 universities with countless additional vocational and language schools. With the recent government initiative to increase the recent government initiative to increase the number of international students Foreign students are not only warmly welcomed but proactively encouraged to attend with renowned universities providing flexible course structures to accommodate.

 Reason to study in Japan

  • World-class education system
  • Low cost studying and living 
  • Experience the Japanese culture food and the four seasons
  • Booming Japanese economy
  • Safe and clean environment
  • Employment opportunities
  • 28 hours part times work allowed
  • Generous scholarships schemes