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Video: School Life at AccoLa Japanese Academy


Conversation Brings
Happiness to

Accola Japanese Academy
in Maebashi City, Gunma Prefecture

At AccoLa Japanese Academy, which started in 2016, we have been able to meet many international students. We not only teach the language of Japanese, but we also consider it as one of our important educational policies that students can become grateful members of society even after graduation.


Studying abroad is one of life’s great courageous challenges.
The people you meet there may be people you’d never meet without your own courage.
Learning new words in Japanese at school, living together in a dormitory, and striving for personal growth every day is what it means to be a student at AccoLa.


Student Capacity Factor
(as of August 2023)


Admission Capacity


School History



Class Introduction

At AccoLa Japanese Academy, we place students in classes according to their individual comprehension level.Remember what you can expect to learn in each class.If you want to know more about the process of graduation, click More.


For students who are just starting to learn Japanese, we focus on conveying more precise grammar in an understandable way.

Hiragana - Katakana


Verb Conjugation

Simple everyday conversations

Start studying honorifics language

Intermediate level

By understanding the correct grammar and applying many expressions, you will be able to speak natural Japanese.


Daily conversation that conveys purpose

JLPT Test Preparation Classes

written language

Writing exercises

Advanced Class

You can acquire multidisciplinary vocabulary and expressions by reading a lot of raw materials (newspapers, magazines, etc.) while developing your synthesis skills.
Gain the Japanese language skills to handle many real-life situations.

Acquiring plural vocabulary and expressions

Use in society Japanese


Graduation Exam

study abroad


Decide on a course

It is important to decide the course and admission time according to your Japanese ability, so we recommend that you choose a course based on your ability.



Please take your time and be thorough when filling out the application form, as incorrect information may prevent you from meeting your admission date.


Prepare for admission

Once the payment is confirmed, we will send the original Certificate of Eligibility and acceptance letter to the student, and the date of admission will be determined.



About studying
abroad in Japan

Gunma is one of Japan’s most naturally beautiful island nations, with the fewest natural disasters and the lowest cost of living.Akagiyama in Maebashi, where you can see the natural phenomenon of clouds, is also an attractive place to recharge not only for locals but also for international students who are always working hard.
See the schedule until graduation
※Video Quotation:https://www.maebashi-cvb.com/

About tuition Fees

At my school, we offer four courses to learn Japanese.
Each program has a different length and cost, so please check the length and cost of your program.
If you’re not sure how long you’ll be studying for, we have a dedicated student support line, so don’t hesitate to ask.

1 Year 3 Months
Short-term courses

  • Admission Fees ¥50,000
  • Tuition Fees ¥687,500
  • Facility Fees ¥37,500
  • Textbooks ¥37,500
  • Activity Fee ¥22,500


¥ 835,000

2 Years
Longer Course

  • Admission Fees ¥50,000
  • Tuition Fees ¥1,100,000
  • Facility Fees ¥60,000
  • Textbooks ¥60,000
  • Activity Fee ¥36,000


¥ 1,306,000


What Accola Japanese Academy students enjoy outside of studying Japanese


A peek into life in Japan

Student interview #2

Mohammad Faris Naufal Al Faruq, an Indonesian national who enrolled at Accola Japanese Academy in July 2023, gave us an interview.

New Year Greetings

Happy New Year! My wishes came true last year. I was able to do what I wanted to do last

To International Students
Our hearts go out to you

At AccoLa Japanese Academy, we have Japanese teachers who teach Japanese in an easy-to-understand and polite manner, and foreign staff who support international students from all over the world so that they can live in Japan with peace of mind.
Everyone is committed to helping international students improve their Japanese and enjoy their time in Japan.


Are you ready to take the next step toward your future career?