About NIC

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The Nagoya International Center is a non-profit organization based in Nagoya, Japan.

The NIC promotes multi-cultural harmony and provides free information and consultation services for foreign residents in 9 languages, including Japanese.

Our facilities are located on the third to fifth floors of the Nagoya International Center Building and in the Annex Hall.

Our facilities include numerous conference, exhibition, lecture, and meeting rooms that are available for hire.

The Information Service Corner and the Library on the third floor are open to the public free of charge providing tourist and daily living information for foreign visitors and information related to internationalization for Japanese residents; including information on studies abroad, international exchange programs, and countries around the world.

Facilities Tour & Seminar

Visit us with your school or class and find out about the Center’s work and find out more about international exchange in Nagoya and around the world.  Reservations are required.

  • up to 60 minutes
  • Maximum 15 participants *room rental will be charged if there are more than 15 participants.
  • Available in Japanese or English
  • Along with introducing the work of Nagoya International Center, students can take part in an inter-active lecture. Themes include International Exchange and Co-operation, International Understanding, and the Society & Culture of a Foreign Country.

For more information call the NIC’s Public Relations and Information Services Division on 052-581-0100.

To learn more about the Nagoya International Center,
please watch our video.

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