About Our School

Message from the Chairman

Educational Corporation Chuo College of Technology Chairman of the Board of Trustees Kazuhide Horiguchi

Throughout more than 100 years of tradition and achievement, our school has been completely devoted to fostering in our students the practical and technical skills and rich creativity required by society. For these reasons, we have constantly enhanced the school’s resources with unprecedented educational content, teachers and facilities.

Our Japanese language school, which was established on the 101st year of Chuo College of Technology, provides proper and useful Japanese language education in response to international demand.

We hope that the learning experiences our school has offered to more than 100,000 graduates as well as those who are about to go out into the world, will genuinely foster your dreams, pride and love in your future careers. With this in mind, we will continue to take on new challenges.

Message from the Principal

Japanese Language School Principal Kenichi Maruyama

The Japanese Language School affiliated with Chuo College of Technology is a sister school of Chuo College of Technology, which boasts 100 years of tradition and an advanced educational environment. Our school has prepared a rich curriculum utilizing the facilities and equipment of group schools to provide you with a full and enriching experience while you study in Japan, along with an educational environment for learning the Japanese language to play an active role in international society.

For those who wish to study in Japan, I believe you strongly desire to acquire Japanese language skills as soon as possible in order to enter a vocational school or university as well as make good use of your Japanese language skills at work. It takes considerable effort to acquire accurate Japanese language skills in a limited time. However, we are here to provide complete support so that you can be thoroughly devoted to your studies, worry-free. Let’s do our very best together to realize your dreams.

School Outline

Name Japanese Language School affiliated with Chuo College of Technology
Founder Educational Corporation Chuo College of Technology
Chairman of the Board of Trustees Kazuhide Horiguchi
Principal Kenichi Maruyama
Established April 1, 2010 (July 15, 2009, authorized by the Association for the Promotion of Japanese Language Education)
Address 4-8, Higashitabata 1-chome, Kita-ku, Tokyo 114-0013, Japan
Tel 03-3895-1909
Fax 03-3895-1910
Building Chuo College of Technology, Building No. 12
Dormitory for Students

Men’s Dormitory (Oji Dormitory)
Reinforced concrete structure, seven stories above ground, with a capacity of 155 people
25-18, Oji 4-chome, Kita City, Tokyo 114-0002, Japan

Women’s Dormitory (Quadrangle Shimo)
Reinforced concrete structure, five stories above ground and one story below ground, with a capacity of 150 people
3-3, Shimo 3-chome, Kita City, Tokyo 115-0042, Japan

Coed Dormitory (Liberty Omiya)
Reinforced concrete construction, five stories above ground
100-16, Miyahara-cho 2-chome, Kita-ku, Saitama city, Saitama 331-0812, Japan

Training Facilities Minamigaoka Club
1052-73, Minamigaoka, Karuizawa-machi, Kitasaku-gun, Nagano 389-0102, Japan
Karuizawa Training Institute
Training building (Sengataki)
Sango-sou
Minamigaoka Fine Art Museum
Tea-ceremony house (Nangyoh)

School History

1909 Founded as “Chuo College of Technology” at 20-banchi, Hitotsubashidori-cho, Kanda Ward, Tokyo, Japan, to foster industrial engineers who could immediately serve as an effective workforce. Established the architecture, mechanics and electrical engineering departments.
1945 All school facilities were destroyed during World War II. The school relocated to a temporary building at Tokyo Imperial University and restarted classes.
1952 Restarted classes at a temporary school building at Meikyo Gakuen (currently Tokai University) in Tomigaya, Yoyogi, Shibuya Ward, Tokyo. Took the first step toward postwar reconstruction.
1956 Constructed a school building in Komagome.
1960 Established the correspondence education department and began providing correspondence courses.
1962 Constructed a school building in Oji (currently Building No. 3).
1963 Authorization approved for the establishment of the Correspondence Education Board at the Chuo College of Technology Foundation.
1964 Authorization approved for the establishment of the Chuo College of Technology Educational Corporation.
1975 Opened the Chuo College of Technology OSAKA Office Center.
1976 Chuo College of Technology was formally categorized as a vocational school under the framework of the vocational system. Opened a student dormitory in Oji (Oji Dormitory).
1980 Renamed the Chuo College of Technology OSAKA Office Center as the Chuo College of Technology OSAKA under the miscellaneous school category (approved by Osaka Prefecture).
1986 Authorization approved for the Chuo College of Technology OSAKA as a vocational school under the specialized training college system. Renamed as the College of Chuo Jitsumu.
1993 Opened the College of Act Information Business.
2003 Opened the Chuo Animal College.
2004 Opened the Chuo College of Technology History Museum.
2006 Renamed the College of Chuo Jitsumu as the Chuo College of Technology OSAKA.
2007 Training facility, Sangosou, of the Chuo College of Technology (Karuizawa-cho, Nagano Prefecture) was registered as a nationally-designated tangible cultural property.
2009 Celebrated the 100th anniversary ceremony of the Chuo College of Technology at Hokutopia (Kita-ku, Tokyo) on October 21.
2010 Opened the Japanese Language School affiliated with the Chuo College of Technology.
Established the Japanese Language Department at the Chuo College of Technology OSAKA.
2014 Enrollment increased to 150 students. Started recruiting students quarterly at the Japanese Language School affiliated with Chuo College of Technology.