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Japanese Classes for foreign residents photos
Japanese Classes for foreign residents
浜Experience Multiculturalism School that teaches about Japanese and foreign cultures photos
Experience Multiculturalism School that teaches about Japanese and foreign cultures
The Center strives to be a place that offers general educational support for foreign residents of all ages. Fotografias
Strengthening international exchange

Features of the Hamamatsu Foreign Resident Study Support Center

Hamamatsu City strives for creating the city that is open for the world.

National Model

As a city with the most Brazilian residents in Japan, the Center strives to be a place that offers general educational support for foreign residents of all ages.
Acting as a base, the Center dispatches Japanese language teachers to international schools in Hamamatsu, and with the cooperation of the foreign community, conducts a number of Japanese classes throughout the area.
In cooperation with the Hamamatsu Multicultural Center that opened in 2008 (10 minutes walk from the Hamamatsu Station’s north exit), the Center works to promote Hamamatsu as a multicultural city making it its unique feature.

New Layout

The first floor...

With the cooperation of the citizens of Hamamatsu, the city has established the following classes:

  • Japanese Classes for foreign residents
  • Training Courses for Japanese volunteers that teach foreign residents
  • Experience Multiculturalism School that teaches about Japanese and foreign cultures
  • Portuguese Classes for Japanese teachers at public schools

The second floor...

On the second floor, there is an international school Mundo de Alegria that provides education for students from South America.

The Center strives for active collaboration between the adult-oriented classes held on the first floor and the international school located on the second floor.

Contributed by everyone, for everyone.

Contributed by everyone, for everyone.
Management of the Center’s facilities is discussed by the Facility Management Council which consists of local community groups.



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