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  • #11181

    thomasplayz
    Participant

    Hi I from Malaysia Want to ask youIs there anything about TokyoAccessible Language

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  • #11182

    accessible-japan
    Administrator

    Hello,

    We don’t currently have any information on accessible language schools. @schroth-sensei may know more.

  • #11184

    schroth-sensei
    Member

    Hello Thomasplayz,

    I’m not sure how much help I can be but I’ll try.

    First, what kind of school are you looking for?

    Is it a Japanese Language School that is physically accessible for someone who uses a wheelchair?

    And, is the student a child or adult?

  • #11204

    thomasplayz
    Member

    Thank you for your reply
    I need to find a Japanese language school
    Yes that school can give a wheelchairenter

    I am adult

  • #11205

    schroth-sensei
    Member

    Here are a few Universities that I’m aware of with accessibility options in the Tokyo area, I’m certain there are many more but I haven’t personally contacted them. Be aware that they don’t necessarily have Language courses year-around, their degrees vary, and admission fees and tuition can be very different between schools.

    Keio University

    • email: JLPINQUIRY@info.keio.ac.jp
    • website: https://www.keio.ac.jp/en/
    • Note: I have emailed them and asked about wheelchair accessibility, they have told me that some areas may be not accessible, but they are willing to work with people living with such disabilities.

    Sophia University

    The University of Tokyo

    I hope that helps,

    Justin

    Accessible Japan or myself are not affiliated with any of the listed Universities, nor can we be 100% certain of their accessibility. If you’re interested in any of these schools, please contact them directly to confirm that any accessible requirements you may need are available.

  • #11206

    thomasplayz
    Member

    Thank you for the information.
    This information This helped me a lotI am gratefulI Ihave one more question Would you like to ask if your team is responsible for leading the way? If those with barriers want to know where?

    • #11207

      accessible-japan
      Administrator

      Hello,

      Can you clarify what you mean? We are not really involved with schools, just with helping people find information.

  • #11221

    thomasplayz
    Member

    Hi Excuse me I want to Find Ordinary accessible language school

    • #11222

      schroth-sensei
      Member

      If you are asking for non-University Japanese Language schools, there are dozens (if not more) of them in the Tokyo area. They can vary in pricing and course lengths, and from what I’ve been told the quality can vary drastically from good to bad as well. I haven’t experienced any myself and it would depend on where you are specifically going to be located to know what’s available in the area, so I can’t recommend any in particular. I would suggest trying an internet search and looking for reviews if these types of school are what you’re looking for. I’m sorry I can’t be of more help with that, but I hope we’ve helped.

      Justin

  • #11259

    accessible-japan
    Administrator

    Hello,

    This is just to let you know that we have moved our community to TabiFolk. If you have any questions or information about visiting/living/studying in Japan, please ask in the Japan group!

    https://www.tabifolk.com/groups/japan/forum/destinations/asia/japan-discussions/

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