History of our center
The center is a non-profit and volunteer-based organization. Started in 1976 by Japanese parents who wished to foster the adoption of the Japanese language and integration of the Japanese identity in their children.
Still today, our programs and activities keep on carrying the same goal: to help those children improve their primary language.
Thanks to the popularity of our school, we can now offer classes geared toward teenagers and adults (over 13 years), wishing to learn Japanese as a second language. We are currently not offering classes for children under 13 years old whose primary language is not Japanese.