What could be more inspiring than learning Japanese in a city as enchanting as Kobe, the capital of Hyogo Prefecture? That's exactly what Lexis School offers to European students who wish to immerse themselves in this beautiful language. The school is conveniently located between the port, the Chinatown district, and the commercial center, providing students with a vibrant and dynamic environment. With competent teachers, eight classrooms, four labs, a relaxation area with a breathtaking view of the port, and small class sizes limited to 12 students, Lexis School ensures a personalized and enriching learning experience. Students also have access to digital tablets with video programs and a diverse range of state-of-the-art educational applications. To enhance their oral communication skills, language exchange evenings are organized where students are encouraged to converse in Japanese. Accommodation is made easy with the wide range of options provided by Lexis School.
Kobe, also known as the "Gateway to the Gods," boasts one of the largest ports in Japan and is considered one of the best places to live in the Land of the Rising Sun. With its exotic charm, Kobe delights both residents and tourists with its European quarter, extraordinary natural landscapes such as Mount Rokko and its famous mineral water, breathtaking night views, and international cuisine, including its renowned beer-massaged beef. Choosing this beautiful Japanese city for a high-quality language stay offered by AILS allows you to combine learning with the pleasure of experiencing its incomparable beauty.
Kobe, a cosmopolitan port city, has an undeniable exotic charm. Having risen from its ashes several times throughout its history, the city now exudes an international flavor that consistently ranks it as one of the best places to live in Japan. In Harbor Land, the port area, modern structures like Port Power Tower coexist with leisure complexes such as Meriken Park and Mosaic Garden. The European quarter on the hill overlooks the Chinatown district in the lower city. Nestled between Mount Rokko and the Seto Inland Sea, Kobe boasts natural landscapes and exceptional panoramas. The city is renowned not only for its remarkable environment but also for its beer-massaged beef, a culinary delight for visitors. So why not combine the useful with the enjoyable by discovering Kobe during a language stay?