Asian Students Cultural Association (ABK) Japanese Course

Supporting foreign exchange students
since its establishment
as a non-profit foundation in 1957.
Thirty years' achievement
in Japanese language education guidance

Asian Students Cultural Association (ABK) Japanese Course

A thorough EJU provision
from morning until evening

Asian Students Cultural Association (ABK) Japanese Course

Fully-equipped dormitories,
and warm support
through the staff system

The Asian Students Cultural Association Japanese Language Course Three Features
Three Features



In 1957, the Asian Students Cultural Association
was founded by the Ministry of Education

Further Studies


Complete guidance for both the EJU
as well as admission for further studies

Security / Safety


Availability of student dorms,
full support for international students

Course Introduction
Course Introduction

Intensive Japanese Language Course

At the Asian Student Cultural Association Japanese Language Course,
you can study hard from morning till afternoon.
For a full-day course, the Japanese Language classes are from 9.10am to 2.25pm while classes for the basic subjects (English, Mathematics, General Subjects, Physics and Chemistry) are from 2.35pm to 4.15pm.

By going through past-year EJU papers, past-year entrance examination papers prepared by each and every university as well as analysing seniors' examination data and examination reports, our experienced teachers will provide complete guidance on your admission for further studies.

11th grade (Form 5) students who have completed formal secondary education in Malaysia, etc. and meet the entry requirements of universities and vocational institutions may also take up the university preparatory course (Prep. Course 2).

Campus life
Campus life

Bunkyo: The ward naturally rich in history and culture.

Located at the heart of Tokyo’s 23 wards, Bunkyo is abundantly rich in history and culture. Our school has walked alongside foreign students since 1957.

Throughout the ABK Japanese Language Course, we participate in regional festivals and exchange programs with elementary and junior high schools.
In addition, various events are prepared so that international students can express their respective personalities through table tennis tournaments and karaoke competitions as well as preparing home cooked food during autumn festivals, etc. instead of just showing their academic selves.