Finding your away around Japan and the KCP neighborhood is much easier with a map.

Finding your way around Japan and the KCP neighborhood is much easier with a map. For your convenience, here are some to help guide you as you travel. Be sure to check out our interactive map of Japan—a great way to learn spatially about Japan and the Tokyo area.



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As a megacity, Tokyo is home to over 12 million people. With over 2,000 kilometers of land to explore, the Tokyo prefecture not only spans the city but also the rugged mountains to the west and the tropical islands to the south.


KCP Neighborhood

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KCP International Japanese Language School is in Shinjuku—the shopping, entertainment, and business capital of Tokyo. The school is only a five-minute walk from the Shinjuku Gyonmea Subway and a ten-minute walk from the San Chome Subway.



Virtual Tours

Check out these virtual tours from KCP International campus in Japan
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The Building

KCP’s main campus building: seven floors, built just a few years ago with all the latest conveniences. Situated on a quiet residential street in the high-energy Shinjuku area. Great access to subway, convenience stores, Shinjuku Gyoen Park

Lobby/Student Services

Get help with daily life. Whether you have questions on life in Japan, finding a doctor, or obtaining advice on the right gift for your homestay family, KCP US Program staff is delighted to help you, in English if necessary.


Pristine classrooms. Desks move easily for pair or group work. A great spot to focus on your Japanese. Classes are taught entirely in Japanese.


Well-equipped, with about 5000 Japanese-related books. Newspapers in several languages are also available. There are audio materials for learning, and computers are available.


Interact with classmates from many different countries. Vending machines for drinks and snacks and a microwave oven make it the perfect place to fuel up. It’s a favorite hangout.

Meeting-Presentation Room

A multi-purpose hall for the orientation and welcome ceremony, class presentations, and many other gatherings.

Tea Room

Of course, tea ceremonies are held here, as well as practices, clubs, and performances related to traditional Japanese instruments such as the koto. Out the window is a glimpse of the Japanese garden.

Japanese Garden

Laid out in a traditional Japanese manner, and a lovely micro-retreat from city life. Something is blooming no matter the time of year.

Education office

In addition to resource space for faculty, there are two tables for students, who are welcome to come by any time for consultation and questions with whoever is there.

Learn Japanese Online with KCP!

KCP has partnered with Japan Fuji Online to offer online courses! Learn more about our exciting new offering. Classes begin this Fall!

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Student Life

Past and present students share their thoughts and experiences on studying in Japan.

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I don’t think there was a single moment that wasn’t productive for me. There was something to learn from everything during my time in Japan. Thank you so much for this wonderful opportunity!

—Beatriz Gonon