OBKG - 学校法人 岡学園 大阪文化国際学校

Life in Osaka

The school dormitory is located right next to Nipponbashi, a very lively and convenient area. Our school is located in the city center, and is close to train stations; there are 3 subway lines, 2 private railways, and the JR line that connects all of Japan. North of the school and 10 minutes away by foot is Umeda and the JR Osaka Station. Located 30 minutes away by subway is a big shopping mall, municipal facilities, leading IT facilities, and more. During the weekends, students can head South of the city and visit the Osaka Aquarium and the surrounding shopping malls, or take the subway for 20 minutes and go downtown, visit the Osaka Castle, and the Osaka Business Park.

One day in the life of a student

8:308:30 Getting out of the dormitory

departure from the dormitory

It takes around 10 to 15 minutes to get from the dormitory to the school by foot.

on the way to school

9:009:00 Morning classes start

during class

All students are placed on different classes according to their level and different goals,  we make sure that everyone can make progress according to their own needs so please feel reassured.

what classes looks like

12:5012:50 End of classes

For lunch students either make their own "bento" (japanese for lunch box) or buy it on the supermarket nearby. There are students that eat lunch in restaurants as well. Close to the school you can find the longest commercial district in Japan (2,6km). When exams get closer some students stay in school after classes to study.

lunch box store big size lunch for only 198 yen fun time with friends during lunch time

14:0014:00 Part time job

working part time

There are a lot of students that have a part time job outside class hours. It's normal to get dinner for free if you are working in a restaurant at night.

working part time 1 working part time 3

19:0019:00 Going back home

relax time

After going back home students are free to relax, cook dinner or spend time together with their dorm's friends. After finishing their homework and preparing for next day's classes it's time to get ready to sleep.

looking things up on the internet revision and preparing for new lessons

School Dormitory

  • 1 person per room
  • It takes 10 minutes to walk from the dormitory to the school.
  • There is an air conditioner and refrigerator in the room. The gas, water, and Internet is free.
  • The basic living necessicites are provided. Spoon,table, toilet paper, and etc..
  • The dormitory has an auto lock on the front door and there is a female staff member available everday.
  • A coin laundry room is present within the dormitory.

 

School dormitory - Rooms School dormitory - Dining area School dormitory entrance School dormitory exterior Convenience store around the block

Arubaito (Part-time job)

International students are legally permitted to work part-time for up to 28 hours per week (according to Article 19 of the Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act). There are strict rules and regulations regarding part-time work. Details regarding the rules and regulations will be explained during school orientation.

Part-time job at a chain restaurant Part-time job at a Chinese restaurant Part-time job at a supermarket Part-time job at a Japanese restaurant Part-time job bulletin board

Student Discount

We are a school corporation approved by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, and this allows the students to get train passes at half price, student discount at the cinema, museums and other establishments.

About Osaka

Video introducing Osaka (created by OBKG alumni)

Recommended -> Osaka Night View

Sightseeing in Osaka

There are many sightseeing spots in the areas surrounding OBKG

USJ
USJ

Osaka Aquarium
Kaiyukan

Amerikamura
Amerikamura

Shinsekai
Shinseikai

Nipponbashi
Nipponbashi

Osaka-Info
Osaka-Info

Sightseeing Destinations in Neighboring Cities

Sightseeing destinations that can be reached within 1 hour by train, and ideal for one-day trips.

Kyoto
Kyoto

Nara
Nara

Kobe
Kobe

Wakayama
Wakayama

Events throughout the year

April
Cherry blossom viewing
  • Start of new term/ School entrance ceremony
    (students admitted in April)
  • Placement test (New students)
  • Cherry Blossom viewing
May
  • Foreign National Registration, Health Insurance Registration(New students)
  • Mock test in school to prepare for EJU
  • Information session on road safety
June
  • EJU
July
One day trip - USJ
  • Start of new term/ School entrance ceremony
    (students admitted in July)
  • JLPT
  • End-of-term examination, health exam,
    attend Tenjin Festival
September
  • One-on-one consultation on continuing education
  • Consultation regarding students' life in Osaka
October
One day trip - BBQ
  • Start of new term/ School entrance ceremony
    (students admitted in October)
  • Mock test in school to prepare for EJU
  • Preparation for Private University examination
November
  • EJU
  • Foreign National Registration, Health Insurance Registration(New students)
  • Mock test in school to prepare for EJU
  • Information session on road safety
December
  • JLPT, end-of-term examination
January
Mochi making
  • Mochi making activity
  • Start of new term/ School entrance ceremony
    (students admitted in January)
  • Preparation for Public University examination
February
Sports meet
  • Setsubun (day marking the end of Winter)
    Bean-Throwing Festival
  • Sports day
March
Graduation ceremony
  • Final examination for graduating students, graduation book
  • Graduation ceremony

TEL: 06-6882-1435
+81-6-6882-1435
Mail: info@japanese.ac.jp
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