Location and access

Campus and location

We are located 25 minutes from the center of Tokyo (Shibuya) and 40 minutes from the center of Yokohama by train in a very peaceful, clean and green area named Aobadai. Developed infrastructure makes Aobadai a convenient place to live and study.There is a big department store and a lot of supermarkets, restaurants, coffee shops, banks, electronics stores, and sports clubs near by school. Prices for goods and services are lower than in Tokyo. It takes 5 minutes to get to our school from the station.  On the first floor, you can find a school office, teachers' room, and reception. The school office is made from transparent glass that makes it possible to establish contact with school staff and teachers. On the second, third and fourth floor there are 17 classrooms and a library: a room for self-study. After class students can stay at school for self-study. The school has a friendly and relaxed atmosphere which is conducive for productive study.

Direction from airports

From Narita / Haneda airport
Take a express bus (Keisei bus) for Tama-plaza.
It takes about 1h from Haneda airport and 2h from Narita airport depending on the road traffic.

From Tama-plaza station
Take a train (Tokyu Denentoshi Line) for Chuo-rinkan, and get off at Aobadai station, 2nd stop by express train.

From Aobadai station
Our school is 3 minutes walk from the west exit of the station. 

Taking a taxi
You can take a taxi but Japanese taxi fare is much more expensive than express bus or train.

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This article was updated on 7 Sep 2021

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About Kanrin Japanese School

We aim to create an educational environment where students can learn and embrace the differences in each other’s cultures, norms and identities. By adherence to the principle of “Leave no one behind” (LNOB), Kanrin Japanese School commits to a role of raising and nurturing the diversity between students as well as supporting them to reach their goals to the fullest.