Japan is a fascinating country of economic and business prowess, rich culture, technical wizardry, spatial conundrums and contradictions.

Demographic Report

Total Population: 127.3 million people

Economy Status: World’s second largest economy 

Total Land Area: 377,962 km²

Major Island: Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu and Shikoku

Major Cities: Tokyo, Yokahama, Osaka, Nagoya, Kobe, Kyoto, Kawasaki, Saitama, Hiroshima and Sendai.

World Class Education System:

There are many good reasons to study in Japan. Some students are attracted by Japan’s high educational standards, while for others the attraction is Japan’s rich cultural heritage. Nearly 5 million students study abroad annually, with that number projected to continue increasing. With over 150,000 international students, Japan is one of the most popular destinations for international students. 

Precious Foreign Experience

Studying abroad gives you an unparalleled opportunity to live, work and explores a different culture. You will be able to learn about the people, the culture, the history and language of one of the world’s most unique cultures. Living overseas will help you develop as a person, becoming independent and taking responsibility.

Develop Historical Knowledge

Japan has been inhabited for thousands of years, and has a long and fascinating history filled with war and intrigue. Discover peaceful temples and shrines, demon museums, and the history of how Japan was unified by the sword. Enjoy summer festivals and year-round traditional ceremonies, in friendly rural villages and dynamic global cities.

Safe & Secured Study Life

Japan is one of the safest countries in the world. Violent crime is rare, with Japan ranking last in the number of victims of crime per capita (nationmaster.com). Japan regularly turns up on lists of the safest places to visit in the world. Japan also has one of the world’s most advanced healthcare systems, reflected in this high life expectancy.

Better Educational Opportunity

Whether you simply want to study the language or want to enroll in a higher education institution, you can be sure of one thing: the quality of teaching will be high.

Better Educational Access Facilities

Japan has about 800 universities. And countless Vocational schools and Language Schools (to integrate higher education institutes, you may have to first study at a Language School). As the Japanese government has pledged that it wants to double the number of international students by 2020 (to reach 300,000), institutions have more and more programs for foreigners.

Better Career Prospect

Study abroad is an impressive part of any resume. Employers value the skills you learn as an international student. If you choose to return home after graduation, you can be confident that your experience in Japan will help you appeal to high-quality employers, particularly those involved in international business.

Higher Chance for Permanent Settlement

For this wishing to remain in Japan, there is a strong job market for highly qualified graduates. In a recent survey, around half of the major Japanese companies surveyed expressed a desire to hire foreigners graduating from Japanese institutions.

Affordable Tuition Fees

Tuition fees are comparatively cheap in Japan. While an “in state” student in the US may spend $10,000 a year or more on tuition, with “out of state” and international fees being several times higher, tuition fees at Japanese public universities are a mere 535,800 yen (approx $5,500) a year.

Available Financial Aid

Furthermore, a wide range of scholarships are available, both from the university, and from public and private organizations. A wide range of other scholarships are available, with some directed towards specific nationalities, women, minorities, or those with high level Japanese proficiency.

For the Japanese Language program conducted by language school/college/university, there are four sessions such as January, April, July & October where April is the biggest session and October is the second biggest session. January is the smallest session and very few institutions have July session for international students. 

Documents are required for Students basically divided into 3 categories. They are Identification, Academic and Guarantor or Sponsor related documents. They are given bellow:

Identification Documents:

  • Applicant valid passport
  • Applicant birth certificate
  • Guarantor birth certificate
  • Family relationship certificate (Union Parishad/Pourashova/City Corporation)
  • Guarantor relationship certificate (Union Parishad/Pourashova/City Corporation)
  • Student ID card (if required)
  • Reference latter from present Institution (if required)
  • Applicant employment certificate (if required)
  • 12 copy picture (3 ×4 cm) lab print

Academic Documents:

  • S.S/Dakhil certificate & Transcript
  • S.C/ Alim certificate & Transcript
  • Bachelor certificate & Transcript
  • Masters certificate & Transcript

Guarantor or Sponsor Documents:

  • Bank solvency certificate & Statement (6 months/1 year/3years)
  • Business Trade License
  • 3 Years personal Income Tax Certificate
  • Employment certificate
  • 3 Years personal Income Certificate
  • 3 Years personal Income Statement
  • 3 Years personal Income Tax certificate

For the Japanese Language program conducted by language school/college/university, there are four sessions such as January, April, July & October where April is the biggest session and October is the second biggest session. January is the smallest session and very few institutions have July session for international students. At first applicant should complete the basic (N5) level Japanese language course. Then they have to sit down in a Skype or face to face interview with language school/college/university. After selected by language school, college or university our expert visa processing team is ready to give assistance to our valuable applicant.

Language School/College/University we represent

  1. ShibuyaLall Japanese Language School
  2. Hotsuma International School (Tokyo Campus)
  3. Hotsuma International School (Gifu Campus)
  4. Kyoritsu Foundation Language School
  5. Anaboki Business college Japanese course
  6. AN Language School Tokyo
  7. Shinjuku Japanese Language Institute
  8. Hirata Japanese Language
  9. International Study Institute Nagano Campus
  10. Nagoya Management & Accounting College
  11. Unitas Japanese Language School
  12. Fuji International Language Institute
  13. Saitama International School.


Hostels and Guesthouses – ¥70, 000 to ¥85000 per Month

Shared Rental – ¥ 42,000 to ¥ 52,000 per Month

On campus – ¥ 72,000 to ¥87,500 per Month

Home stay – ¥ 71,600 to ¥ 81,500 per Month

Rental – ¥85,500 to ¥ 88,600 per Month

Boarding schools – ¥70,000 to ¥75,000 per Month

Other Living Expenses

Groceries and eating out – ¥ 16000 to ¥ 20800 per Month

Gas, electricity – ¥ 30,000 to ¥35000 per month

Phone and Internet – ¥ 7000 to ¥8500 per Month

Public transport – ¥ 15000 to ¥ 18000 per Month

Entertainment – ¥ 10000 to ¥ 15000 per Month