Howdy Japanese Language School Nara



Student dormitories

At Nara Campus, we can introduce male and female student dormitories.

Features

1.Tranquil residential area

The convenience store and post office are a one-minute walk away, and the nearest station is a three-minute walk away. It’s located in a quiet residential area.

2.Fully equipped

All rooms come with air conditioning, fully automatic washing machines, refrigerators, and microwaves.

3.Management building

There are apartment managers in the management building. Additionally, the school provides support for any issues with the houses.

Cost

The dormitory fee starts from 25,000 yen per person per month.
Utility costs will be borne by the actual cost according to the amoun used.
*Please contact us for detailed regulations regarding student dormitories.

Student’s daily schedule

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Student Interview

SAM KIMHONG

SAM KIMHONG
(Cambodia)
October 2019 student

The charm of Howdy Japanese Language School

It’s a lot of fun every day. The teacher’s way of teaching is entertaining, and it’s fun to meet classmates from other countries.

Dream for the future

To pass N1. After graduation, I want to study to become a nursery teacher and perform well in Japan.

Favorite Japanese phrase

It’s “Ichigo Ichie (Once in a lifetime)”. I want to cherish the people I met so that I won’t regret it.

LE THI TRANG

LE THI TRANG
(Vietnam)
October 2019 student

The charm of Howdy Japanese Language School

If I have a problem, the teacher is always ready to help me and teach me enthusiastically. At school- in addition to class time- we hold picnics, field trips, and festivals to give students a deeper understanding of Japanese society and culture. In addition, there are substantial support for international students, such as scholarships for students who have passed N2 or N1, and JASSO scholarships. At Howdy Japanese Language School, you can always acquire knowledge and increase your self-worth.

Dream for the future

I came to Japan to fulfill my dream. My dream is to work internationally in the future. Japan, which I chose as my study abroad destination, and Vietnam, my hometown, are reliable partners, and I look forward to a long-term cooperative relationship in the future. Eventually, I would like to understand both countries better and try to be helpful so that both countries can develop together and help each other.

Favorite Japanese phrase

“Arigato (Thank you)” Because every time I use this word, it reminds me of my gratitude to those who helped me.

SU MYAT NAING

SU MYAT NAING
(Myanmar)
October 2020 student

The charm of Howdy Japanese Language School

The charm of Howdy Japanese Language School is that the teachers are warm-hearted. You can discuss anything. When studying, he teaches the students in a way that they can understand. The teachers are pleasant too.

Dream for the future

I haven’t decided yet.

Favorite Japanese phrase

Hana (Flowers).

TRAN TUONG VI

TRAN TUONG VI
(Vietnam)
April 2021 student

The charm of Howdy Japanese Language School

Howdy Japanese Language School, headquartered in Osaka, has dedicated teachers, and has modern, high-quality school facilities. In addition, the school will help you find a job, and will offer you with field trips. I feel really lucky to be a student of this school.

Dream for the future

My dream for the future is to speak Japanese fluently and have the opportunity to work in Japan long term.

Favorite Japanese phrase

For me, the language itself is very interesting because you can add color to the language by changing just one word.

CHUDAL SUBHANI

CHUDAL SUBHANI
(Nepal)
October 2021 student

The charm of Howdy Japanese Language School

About a year has passed since I came to Japan. During that year, the teachers at Howdy Japanese Language School kindly taught me Japanese rules and manners. I was able to get used to life in Japan. In the future, I want to study about hotels at a vocational school, so Howdy’s teachers gave me information on various vocational schools, guidance on going on to higher education, and held information sessions.

Dream for the future

My future dream is to become a hotel receptionist. I want to work at a famous hotel in Japan. Then, I want to earn substantial income. I want to buy my own house and car. After that, I want to travel to America. When I get old, I plan to go back to Nepal.

Favorite Japanese phrase

“Yasashii (Kind)” Because we support each other with kindness in difficult times.

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Tao Yu
(China)
October 2022

The charm of Howdy Japanese Language School

I am currently attending Howdy Japanese Language School in Osaka. This school is new, but the teachers are very kind and experienced.

Dream for the future

When I first visited Japan five years ago, I was fascinated by Japanese culture. The exhibits at museums and art galleries impressed me not only to their valuable contents, but also because of the innovative exhibition designs. Because of that, my interest in Japan continued to increase, and last year, I made the decision to study in Japan. Presently, I am dedicated to learning Japanese with the goal of working in Japan in the future. As I immerse myself in Japanese culture, I aim to utilize my abilities and contribute to Japanese society.

Favorite Japanese phrase

“Sumimasen (Excuse me)” It’s a versatile phrase.

CHUDAL SUBHANI

SAI AUNG KHANT
(Myanmar)
October 2022

The charm of Howdy Japanese Language School

Regarding the school’s appealing qualities, I think there are many. The most notable thing is the curriculum. The teacher in charge of the class always pays attention to every student, asking them about their thoughts and helping them with their challenges they might be facing. they help them. I think it is best to teach the class according to the students’ strengths and weaknesses. The school also provides excellent opportunities for excellent students.

Dream for the future

My future dream is not only to travel to Japan, but to travel around the world, experience different cultures, interact with people, and build relationships between Myanmar and other countries. Also, I would like to plan various projects to attract more tourists to Myanmar. I want to change Myanmar from a developing country to a developed country. In the future, I would like to develop my country through technology advancement.

Favorite Japanese phrase

When I started studying Japanese, I wasn’t interested at all. However, as I continued to study, I found something I was interested in. It was an onomatopoeia. It was difficult at first, but as I got accustomed to it, I came to like Japanese language more than before. As a result, it became easier for me to memorize not only onomatopoeia but also vocabulary and kanji.

Guidance around the school

Café and Shop Information

1.Croco Bakery
Offers a combination of croissants and bagels called “BeCro”.
The cutest store closest to the school.
They also have monthly specials and are always popular with long lines!
At Howdy’s opening ceremony, they made an original red and white BeCro, which was a big hit.

2.CAFE FUNCHANA
There’s a bakery near the station, and the second floor is a café.
They make delicious and stylish bread, and there’s always a line during lunchtime.

Shrine Information

1.Tatsuta Shrine
This prestigious large shrine hosts events throughout the four seasons. It’s a popular spot for hatsumode (first shrine visit of the year).

Tourist Spots

1.Mount Shigi
Known for bungee jumping, famous temples, and as a spot for cherry blossom viewing and autumn leaves. Tourists visit throughout the year.

2.Mount Shigi Nodokamura
An agricultural park where you can enjoy fruit picking, BBQs, and feeding sheep and goats.

Kansai Tourist Information

It is an introduction of tourist attraction in Kansai. Let’s go to various places using holidays.For more information about tourism in Kansai, please visit the Kansai tourism website.

NARA

Nara has maintained its timeless appearance, with eight shrines, temples, and archaeological sites registered as UNESCO World Heritage Sites under the title ‘Cultural Properties of Ancient Nara.

Todaiji

Nara Park

Kasuga Shrine

HYOGO

There are plenty of spots to relax in hot spring towns and enjoy beautiful night views.

Meriken Park

Kobe Tower

Himeji Castle

KYOTO

One of the cultural assets registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kiyomizu Temple, and the popular power spot for matchmaking and beauty, Shimogamo Shrine, along with the Golden Pavilion Temple, are located in a bustling area lined with sweet shops and souvenir stores along the cobblestone approach.

Kiyomizu Temple

Shimogami Shrine

Kinkakuji Temple

OSAKA

There are numerous spots that attract young people, such as theme parks and shopping malls.

Dotonbori

Tower of the Sun

Kaiyukan

Pamphlet

We are currently recruiting Japanese language teachers.

We are looking for individuals who can think freely without being confined to the conventional concepts of existing Japanese language schools and who are willing to join us in creating a new school together.