- Support Groups for Learning Japanese Language
- Groups to Learn about Their Language and Culture
- Cultural Exchange
- International Cooperation and Support for Foreigners
|name||International Communication Network Komaba Japanese Language Class|
|Purpose||Japanese language classes have been held for foreign students living at the Komaba International House since 1971.
These courses are open to anyone interested in improving their Japanese language ability.
Beginners are welcome.
We have several small classes, from beginner to advanced levels according to the needs of the learners.
Additionally social functions such as small cultural parties are held as well.
The University of Tokyo,International Lodge, Komaba Lodge, Main MP Hall
Komaba-todaimae Station on the Inokashira Line
Address: 4-5-29, Komaba Meguro-ku
100 yen for 3 months
|To Apply:||only int’l students residing in Todai Lodge and Titech dorm.|
|name||Japanese Language Group “CRAYONS”|
|Purpose||One-on-one Japanese lessons.
Cooking classes and cultural events
|Place & Time||A) Thursday 10:00-11:30 Nakameruro Square 9F
B) Thursday 10:00-11:30 Nakameruro Square 9F
|Purpose||Japanese Conversation Class (One-on-one)|
|Activities||Every Tuesday from 7:00-8:30 pm
Nakameguro Square 9F, 2-10-13 Nakameguro, Meguro City
|name||Let’s Speak Japanese with Japanese Friends|
|Purpose||International understanding and exchange through Japanese lessons and cultural exchange.|
|Activities||Japanese lessons, cooking classes and parties|
|Place and Time||At Meguro Honcho Shakai Kyoikukan
Every Tuesday 10:00-12:00 / 12:30-14:00
|Purpose||Let’s learn Chinese together!
We are learning conversational Chinese by using a textbook.
We are also learning traditional Chinese culture.
|Activities||Intermediate Chinese Language group taught by an experienced native teacher.|
|Fee||700 yen per class|
|Place and Time||at Kamimeguro Juku center
Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday from 7:00 -8:30 pm
|name||Meguro Japan- China Friendship Association|
|Activities||New Year’s Celebration, Chinese New Year’s Celebration with Dumplings(Gyoza)
|name||Meguro Korean Study Meeting|
|Purpose||To study Korean language (intermediate level and abobe)|
|Activities||We learn Korean joyfully using materials such as Korean dramas, films, pop music, novels and soon.
Our instructor is an international student from Korea.
Membership fee is 1,500 yen per month. Enrollment fee is free.
Our group consists of males and females on their thirties and sixties.
Please feel free to contact us.
|Place & Time||At Nakameguro Square
The 2nd and 4th Friday, twice a month, 18:30-20:30
|To Apply||Please send an email to us if you want to take a look at a session.
A visitor is required to pay material fee only.
|Purpose||International cultural exchange activities|
|Activities||You can join Japanese culture (sumie), and other cross-cultural interaction.|
|Place & Time||MIFA, International Exchange Space,
some Friday, depending on the program
|name||Meguro International Haiku Circle|
|Purpose||Learn to compose haiku(mainly in English) and deepen mutual understanding of other cultures|
|Activities||Meets once a month Fee ￥500
Will publish a second haiku booklet and also introduce Haiku on the MIFA homepage
|Place & Time||at Megurohoncho Shakai Kyoikukaikan or Meguro Citizens’ Center
|name||Japan Pencak Silat Association Meguro Branch|
|Purpose||To exercise one’s mind and body through practice of Pencak Silat,
an Indonesian martial art, while experiencing Indonesian culture as its root.
|Place & Time||at Sports Hall Balai Indonesia – SRIT(Sekolah Rakyat Republik Indonesia)
4-6-6 Meguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
|団体名||Meguro UNESCO Association|
|Purpose||Develop and promote World peace and better cultural movement under the Constitution of UNESCO and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights|
|Activities||Lectures on international understanding, Japanese language classes, Concerts and art exhibition, Bazaar to support UNESCO internationally, Retreat for young people for better international exchange, other activities.|
|Tel & Fax||Tel :03-5725-6150
Fax: 03-5725-6160 (Mon-Fri 13:00-16:00)
|Place and Time||Monday – Saturday, Morning Afternoon Evening
announced by UNESCO website and News
|name||CHS Chokkura Home Stay|
|Purpose||CHS is a non-profit organization which is aiming to provide short term home stays from 3 hours in Japan and also holding an event and seminar to support foreign families.
Foreigners living in Japan can experience a deep Japanese culture and/or the culture of a different country.
If you are a living in Japan, interested in helping us develop our home stay project, and would like to build global bridges, why not join us?
Please contact us by e-mail for host family application. We also has an opening for a person who is interested in our internship program.
|Requirements||Japanese and/or English communication abilities, and an outgoing personality. We are looking forward to hearing from you ; )|
|Place and Time||Nakameruro Square / Meguro-ku Area
|name||Multilingual Picture-book Club (RAINBOW)|
|Purpose||Developing multi-culture understanding
Distributing digital picture books in multilingual
|Place and Time||In compliance|
|name||KIND(Komaba International Friendship Club)|
|Purpose||To cultivate better communication with international students, to enhance mutual understanding of different cultures, and to help each other while nourishing friendship and humanity.|
|name||Ipil Ipil no Kai|
|Purpose||Education support, humanitarian aid, peace building support, etc.|
|Activities||“Ipil ipil” is a woman’s volunteer group that keeps wide range of human resources development, recovery from war and disaster in the affected area, other humanitarian activities in Japan and other countries.
After the earthquake in 2011, we keep planting cherry trees called “Tree of Hope” as a symbol of recovery from the disaster in the stricken area.
With over 10-year experience of planting cherry trees in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the project has been stared from Kesennuma, Miyagi prefecture since November, 2011.
We presented trees at four cities in Iwate prefecture. Planting is to be planed at the end of April, 2013 in Fudai, Iwate prefecture.
|name||Refugee Empowerment Network (REN)|
|Activities||REN supports refugees in Japan and Africa. REN’s activities include helping refugees with making and selling of beads accessories, providing lunch to refugees, and translating web journals written by refugees in Africa.
REN is currently seeking members and volunteers (English-Japanese translation, helping at bazaars, and finishing and packing beads accessories).
|Place and Time:||3rd Fridays of month: Juku centers in Meguro-ku for Japanese class and beads accessories workshop by refugees
Every Monday: Catholic Hongo Church for beads accessories workshop for refugees and other activities