Tag: SNG

  • How to obtain a student visa for Japan?

    Do you feel ready to embark on your Japanese language journey? Have you already found your Japanese language school in Japan or your university? That is great! However, do not forget to apply for your Student Visa. This document is essential, if you’d like to stay longer in the land of the rising sun than […]

  • Yabusame, a mounted archery event in Takadanobaba

    On Monday October 9th, SNG students were invited to attend a Yabusame event at Toyama Park. What’s Yabusame ? Yabusame is the name of a traditional Japanese sport rather unknown, including in Japan. It is a mounted archery technique used since the end of the XII Century during the Kamakura area. With the use of […]

  • Mikoshi Parade in Takadanobaba’s streets

    On September 3rd, a group of students from SNG took part in the traditional Mikoshi parade in Takadanobaba. What’s a Mikoshi ? Mikoshi (神輿) literally means “Divin Palanquin”. It is often seen as a building standing on wooden pillars. During Shinto processions, people carry the palanquin around the area in the belief that the Kami […]

  • SNG Instagram photocontest ended!

    The Instagram SNG Photo Contest ended on July 21st. Many photos were published by our students and we would like to thank everybody who participated in the contest. It was the first SNG Instagram Photo Contest but more than 100 photos were published. It was a great success ! 3 students were chosen as winners […]

  • Project of advanced 3 class

    This time, the project theme of advanced 3 class was “This is the city we study in”. The concept is to find out interesting places in Takadanobaba and introduce them to family and friends in their home country. Students divided into small groups and did a research on Takadanobaba. They also went out into the […]

  • Golden Week at SNG

    During Golden Week, from 1st to 5th May, our school of japanese in Tokyo (SNG) held special classes. The first 3 days started with fun kanji learning by our principal, followed by a conversation class and a Japanese culture lesson on the last day, where students practiced calligraphy while making their original fans and eating […]