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Children’s Story Book Time

Come and share in the fun and listen to foreign volunteers as they read a selection of children’s books in their native language.


NIC Library Summer Holiday Quiz Rally

It’s quiz rally time for elementary and junior high school students at the Nagoya International Center Library!


Minato International Matsuri

A free and fun event for all ages and nationalities! A great opportunity to meet and greet other locals.


General Disaster Preparedness Drill for Nagoya Residents

Foreign participants are sought to join disaster preparedness training and play disaster victims in an emergency drill/simulation at an evacuation shelter.


“NIC Nihongo no Kai” NIC Japanese Class for Adults

The Center’s ever-popular program offers 4 levels of conversation classes and 3 levels of writing classes.


NIC Japanese Class for Children

This course is taught by volunteers and is designed for children (born between April 2, 2002, and April 1, 2011) whose native language is not Japanese. Students learn Japanese skills necessary for school and daily life.


NIC’s Classroom for Global Citizens Program Needs YOU!

NIC’s Classroom for Global Citizen’s program is looking for foreign instructors to visit schools and local organizations and introduce various aspects of their home countries.


FAE 32 – The Foreign Artists Exhibition – Now Accepting Applications!

The CJIS (Central Japan International Society) is accepting applications from prospective participants in the 32nd Foreign Artists Exhibition (FAE)!


Development Training for Supporters of Foreign Students and Children – Practical Course

A training program for supporters, carers and teachers of foreign students and children, and also people with prior practical experience who are looking to resume working with such children.


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