Open Campus

Open Campus

This is an event where you can experience school facility tours and classes, and answer your questions.

  • Meeting place/Hon Gakuen Building No. 3
  • Meeting time/11:45
  • Holding time / 12: 00-15: 30
January 1 (Sun), February 21 (Sat), March 2 (Sun), March 10 (Sat)

School briefing session

Trial lesson

Online open campus

For those who want to consult or ask questions without coming to school, we will hold individual consultations online.
Recommended for those who live far away or who are busy studying.

  • Reception hours/Weekdays 10:00-17:00

*Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays, April 4th to May 29th and December 5nd to January 7th.

The meeting will be held using the online conferencing tool “Zoom”.
Be sure to install the app in advance.

Flow until implementation

1.Event application, enter the required information and send.
2. You will receive a Zoom meeting notification email by the day.This is important information, so please do not lose it until the day of the event.
3. When the reserved date and time come, enter the meeting ID and password provided in the email to join.
4. Our teacher will kindly explain.Feel free to ask me anything.

Individual consultation

We will visit the school and answer your questions individually according to your convenience.Please reserve your desired date and time.

  • Meeting place/Hon Gakuen Building No. 3
  • Reception hours/10:00-17:00

*Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays, April 4th to May 29th and December 5nd to January 7th.

Transportation expense subsidy system

  • Residents of Osaka City and Amagasaki City → 500yen
  • Other Kansai area (Osaka, Kyoto, Shiga, Nara, Hyogo, Wakayama) → 1,000yen
  • Residents other than Kinki 2 prefectures and 4 prefectures → 5,000yen

*Please note that transportation expenses will not be subsidized for those who have already applied.


  • How do I pay my tuition fees?
    Tuition for one year is paid in one or six installments.
  • Can I study with Japanese people?
    yes.There are many Japanese people, so you can study together.International student hotel department has many classes in Japanese, so I study in classes only for international students.
    Not only study, but also enjoy various events with Japanese people and make a lot of friends.
  • What is the number and nationality of international students?
    International students make up about 5% of the total.Most of them are from Taiwan, China, and South Korea, but there are also students from various countries such as Nepal, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, and Myanmar.
  • Can I get a job in Japan?
    Of course you can.At school, students learn how to research companies, conduct interviews, and write resumes through employment seminars and classes.International students who are working hard with goals have decided to find employment in Japan.
  • What is the employment rate in Japan?
    All job seekers are employed. Seventeen international students who graduated in March 2023 have decided to find employment in Japan.If you can't find a job by the time you graduate, you can get a visa for specific activities and find a job.
  • What do you need to do to get a job in Japan?
    First, let's talk Japanese.Since it is a service industry, honorifics are necessary.After the class, applicants can practice interviews.
    Also, it is important to have a desire to find a job in Japan.Employment exams are difficult even for Japanese people, but if you have a strong desire to do your best and take the exam as many times as you want, you should be fine!
  • Can I transfer to the XNUMXrd year of university?
    The admissions officer is always available for consultation.It is important to decide early on which university you want to go to.
  • Do you have student dormitories?
    There are no student dormitories.For international students who wish to live, we introduce real estate companies that have rooms where they can live with peace of mind.