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Why Study Japanese?

"For me, using Japanese language, it is easy for me to exchange thoughts and ideas as requisite on our daily life in Japan. In addition to that, is that I want to work in Japan and to travel to beautiful cities such as Tokyo and Osaka."

Charias, Gracelene. N4 Integrated Course Graduate.

"This is the stepping stone to communicate with the Japanese people, as well as to lessen the communication barriers and be able to work with them easily. I want to achieve my goal, that I know that I only have one language that I learned and I will keep it for the rest of my life. I’m proud to tell that someday, even if it’s very hard to learn Japanese, I did it!"

Belleza, Myra. N4 Integrated Course Graduate.

"I study Japanese language because my dream is to go to Japan. I just want to try their nicest food such as ramen, takoyaki, etc. To travel as well and most especially to work there as a caregiver."

Cabugnason, Vilma. N4 Integrated Course Graduate.


September 18, 2017

Learn Japanese for free this October to December and challenge yourself to take Japanese proficiency tests!

​YSNLC is offering free Japanese lessons for beginners who are interested to learn Nihongo. Introducing our new short course programs for beginner Japanese to help Filipinos learn the language and culture of Japan.

Registration starts September 25.

To apply, simply visit our school and bring the following:
- High school / College Diploma
- 2x2 photo
- Government ID w/ picture
- Registration Form (to be filled in the school)

Candidates will be evaluated at the school.

To be eligible for this program, you must be;
- Male or Female
- 20-35 years old
- High School Graduate
- Living in the Philippines

Slots are a first come, first serve basis. 
Hurry because there are limited slots only!

For more details, contact us at

0917-1093814 or

or visit us at

Dragon Bldg., 124B V. Luna ext., Sikatuna Village, Quezon City.

Terms & Conditions Apply

Now Hiring

August 31, 2017

YSNLC is looking to hire candidates in the positions specified in our poster. We are looking to hire for college undergraduate students who are looking to be a part of our team, part-time.

J-Care Student Scholarship Program

August 22, 2017

The J-Care Student Scholarship Program is a joint project between Y. Suzuki Nihongo Learning Center (YSNLC) and MATE Japanese Institute (MATEJI) which aims to provide another opportunity for returning nurses and caregivers from the Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement, or JPEPA, Program and to help solve Japan's lack of careworkers issue.


For those nurses and caregivers who were sent back after their 3-year stay in Japan and want another opportunity to re-take the exam, YSNLC and MATEJI are offering a 1-year scholarship program in Japan. 

Start of N4 Integrated Course - Sem 2, 2017

July 16, 2017

​YSNLC opens its classrooms to the second batch of students for the N4 Integrated Course - Semester 2 2017. Here we begin preparing our students to take the biannual JLPT N4 exam on December 3, 2017. 

JLPT N4 Exam

July 01, 2017

The principal, teachers, and the newly graduated students from the N4 Integrated Course - Semester 1 2017 of Y. Suzuki Nihongo Learning Center eagerly await line up at the De La Salle University in Taft avenue on the morning of the JLPT N4 Test day on July 2, 2017. 

Start of N4 Integrated Course - Sem 1, 2017

March 14, 2017

YSNLC opens its classrooms to the first batch of students for the N4 Integrated Course - Semester 1 2017. Here we are preparing our students to take the biannual JLPT N4 exam on July 2, 2017. 

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