令和5年 教育機関の選定結果について|Regarding the selection results of educational institutions in 2023


Anabuki Mirai International College Japanese Courses has been selected as an "appropriate school (Class I)" by the Hiroshima Immigration Bureau, as it has been recognized to be managing the enrollment of international students in an appropriate manner.

台湾の銘傳大学が来校しました。|Ming Chuan University in Taiwan visited our school.



15 students from Ming Chuan University in Taiwan, majoring in digital media and animation and comics, visited our school. Since the partnership between Anabuki College Group and Ming Chuan University in 2019, we have continued exchanges such as mutual visits and joint contests. Since the outbreak of the new coronavirus, exchanges have been online, but this time, students from Ming Chuan University visited the Anabuki College group for the first time.


In conjunction with this visit, a joint class was held for first-year students of the Manga Illustration Department of our school and students of Ming Chuan University. Divided into 6 groups, the students from both sides sat at the same table and studied human emotions and how to express those emotions with facial expressions under the theme of "drawing attractive characters." I think it was a great stimulus and experience for both students.

To Mingchuan University faculty, staff and students
Thank you very much for coming to our school.

2022年度課程修了者の日本語能力習得状況等|Japanese proficiency acquisition status of students who have completed the course in 2022


Based on the notification standards of Japanese language education institutions, we announce the Japanese proficiency acquisition status of students who have completed the course in 2022.

高松校/Takamatsu Campus

福山校/Fukuyama Campus

徳島校/Tokushima Campus

2023年度春季入学式|2023 Spring Entrance Ceremony


The 2023 Spring Entrance Ceremony has been held in Takamatsu, Fukuyama, and Tokushima.

2022年度秋季入学式|2022 Fall Entrance Ceremony



The 2022 Fall Entrance Ceremonies have been held at the Japanese Courses of Takamatsu Campus, Fukuyama Campus, and Tokushima Campus. There were many new students who were unable to make it in time for the entrance ceremony due to the effects of the Japanese government's border measures, but we are truly happy that the entrance ceremonies have been held without incident.

Congratulations to all the new students on your admission.
Do your best to make your dreams come true!

2021年度日本入国変更のご案内|Information on changing the time of entry to Japan in the fiscal year 2021


On November 17, 2021, we have announced the measures related to the acceptance of international students at our school, but on November 29, 2021, the Japanese government have announced new measures to strengthen border measures. We have newly established a policy for accepting international students. It may change depending on the policy of the Japanese government in the future, but we will inform you again in that case.

【English translation】

December 1, 2021

To all Japanese language school officials
To all international students and parents
Anabuki College Group
President Tadatsugu Anabuki

Information on changing the time of entry to Japan in the fiscal year 2021

We would like to thank you for your continued health and well-being.
    On Monday, 29th, the Government of Japan has announced measures to suspend the entry of new foreigners from midnight on November 30th (Tuesday) as a strengthening of border measures for New Covid Variant, Omicron. Unfortunately, students who have been waiting to study in Japan will not be able to enter Japan from this month, and this entry suspension will continue for a month for the time being. We were planning to accept students who have not yet entered Japan who had been scheduled to enroll in April 2020 in the order in which the Certificate of Eligibility was issued. All of our faculty and staff are very disappointed when we see the feelings of international students waiting in their home countries who can not enter Japan.
    However, in order to fulfill the dream of international students who are waiting for study abroad in Japan, we would like to do the following without giving up.

Very truly yours


(1) Forecast of schedule from the end of the one-month suspension for the time being of entry to entry into Japan 
Admission Time
Scheduled to apply to the MEXTScheduled to apply for a visa to a Japanese Embassy abroadScheduled to enter JapanScheduled to start face-to-face classAdmission course
2020 Apr. Intakefinishedmid Januarylate Marchearly April2 year
2020 Oct. Intake4th Januarymid Januarylate Marchearly April2 year
2021 Apr. Intake
(Online class, Caregiver Program)
1st Februarymid Februaryearly Marchmid Marchchanged to 1.5 year
2021 Apr. Intake
(Online class, General Program)
1st Februarymid Februaryearly Marchmid March2 year
2021 Apr. Intake1st Februarymid Februarylate Marchearly April2 year
2021 Oct. Intake
(Onlin class, Caregiver Program)
1st Marchmid Marchlate Marchearly April1.5 year
2021 Oct. Intake1st Marchmid Marchlate Marchearly April2 year
* 1 It is time of admission that was originally planned.

(2) April and October 2020 intake students will be prepared to be accepted as April students.

(3) Those who are students in April and October 2021 who have not entered Japan and have not taken online classes will be prepared to be accepted as April students.

(4) Caregiver scholarship program students who enrolled in the April 2021 intake and are taking online classes will be changed to October enrolled students and will take face-to-face classes after entering Japan toward graduation in March 2023.

(5) General students enrolled in the April 2021 intake will be in the second year of the 2 year course from April next year. However, those who graduate in one year will complete only online classes.

(6) Caregiver scholarship program students who enrolled in the October 2021 intake and are taking online classes will continue online classes.

(7)About waiting costs after entering Japan. Students who have paid the dormitory fee will wait 14 days in the dormitory. The cost burden for students is about 15,000 yen for food.Students who have not paid the dormitory fee will wait 14 days at the hotel. Students will pay about 60,000 yen for hotel and food.The amount of food and hotel waiting costs varies depending on each campus (Takamatsu campus, Fukuyama campus, Tokushima campus).

(8)The airport where we can pick up students is Kansai International Airport. Since public transportation is not available, students will be responsible for the cost of traveling from the airport to each campus when arriving at another international airport.

(9) Due to the global expansion of New Covid Variant, Omicron, the entry schedule of (1) may be delayed. The method of accepting students at our school that we are introducing this time is just to correspond to the "entry suspension measures for the time being one month" announced by the Japanese government. Please note that our response may change if the government policy changes.

End of document

We hope that everyone will be able to enter and live their study abroad life in Japan with peace of mind. Please do not give up studying abroad in Japan due to this New Covid Variant, Omicron. We have never given up on getting everyone to come to Japan for two years.

If you don't give up, there is always a way. Surely.

(豊田佐吉 トヨタ自動車創業者)
(SAKICHI TOYOTA Founder of Toyota Motor Corporation) "



11月20日(土)、「KAGAWA INTERNATIONAL ART COMPETITON」の表彰式が高松市美術館にて開催されました。第一回の昨年に続き、第二回目となる今回も本校は協賛を務め、優秀者への賞品のお米を提供させて頂きました。

The award ceremony for "KAGAWA INTERNATIONAL ART COMPETITON" has been held at the Takamatsu City Museum of Art on Saturday, November 20th. Continuing from the first year last year, this time, the second time, our school also served as a sponsor and provided rice as a prize to the best performers.


This event is divided into a plane section, a three-dimensional section, a photography section, and a group three-dimensional section, and foreigners living in Kagawa Prefecture are eligible to apply. Many wonderful works were exhibited this time as well, such as beautiful landscape photographs of Kagawa that Japanese people do not notice, and works depicting the difficulty of living in a foreign country during COVID-19.


The submitted works will be exhibited in the free space of JICA Shikoku until November 30th, so please come and visit us.