Genki Japanese and Culture School is located in the south of Kyoto, in the Shimizucho ward. It is within walking distance of restaurants, shopping, hotels, bars, and supermarkets.
The school is a 20-minute walk from the center of Kyoto, and the nearest bus stop is situated around 12 minutes from downtown. The Kiyomizu-Goj? Station is the closest to the bus station. The students can use the Keihan Main Line to get around Kyoto.
The various attractions in Kyoto are spread out across the area, and for the most part, students will need to utilize public transport to get to them. The Fushimi Inari Taisha pilgrimage gates are 20 minutes by train from the Genki Japanese and Culture School.The Kinkaku-ji shrine is located in northern Kyoto and takes 40 to 50 minutes by walking from the school. A 20-minute walk east of the school will transfer students to the Kiyomizu-dera temple.
There is an orthodox Japanese course of study, a programme for those that want to study for a long time, and a special course that targets conversational Japanese. The school created a cultural institution that incorporates the culture of the country into learning Japanese.During the summer holidays, Genki Japanese and Culture School has junior packages for the younger learner, which include accommodations.
The GenkiJACS group, as a group, currently has four educational institutions in Japan, in Fukuoka, Tokyo, Nagoya and Kyoto. Since 2005, GenkiJACS has offered quality Japanese language instruction and cultural programs to students of all levels and many nationalities.The group's rapid expansion has enabled it to win several prizes in the educational niche, including being voted the Star World Language School of the year at the Star Awards for five years in a row, from 2016 to 2020.
The school Genki Japanese and Culture School was created in Kyoto, Japan in 2019.
- Microwave for student use
- Computer lab
- Copy machine
- Printer for student use
- Video game console
- Free coffee
- Free water dispenser
- Free WIFI
- Non-smoking (all indoor areas, but not all outdoor areas of school)