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SHOWA BOSTON

Learn about Japan and its culture

Showa Boston Institute for Language and Culture offers:

  • ESL Programs for college students from Showa Women’s University, Tokyo;
  • Japanese language program for Americans;
  • Summer programs for both American and Japanese high school students.

President’s Message

Welcome to Boston
Welcome to Boston.  Let me provide you with a brief introduction to our city.

Why Study a Foreign Language?
The main reason most students come to Boston is to improve your English, but why bother? Why study a foreign language? Although studying a foreign language is challenging, it also benefits your mind, your academic performance, your ability to appreciate other cultures, and your career.

Why Study Abroad?
In a perfect world, we would all spend time overseas. Almost anyone who has studied abroad will tell you that it is a life-changing experience, one of the most rewarding things that she has ever done. Why? What are the benefits of living in a foreign country?

Why Study at Showa Boston?
Showa Boston has an excellent staff of teachers who look forward to working with you. But in addition to studying, which students can do back in Japan, students in Boston have a precious opportunity to immerse themselves in an English-speaking environment.

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 Academic News

March Updates and Events
Many thanks to the great SFC volunteers that met with the fall groups of students! Believe it or not, 200 students will be here soon for our spring semester!!! We expect they will be very motivated to speak English and explore Boston with local Americans! So consider meeting them this spring! Think Spring: Join The Showa Friendship ...

Friendship Program
Friendship Program runs from Monday, Aug. 7th to Friday, Aug 11th.  American fifth grade students who are interested in being “Ambassadors for Boston” are welcome to join us for week of activities that are designed to help Elementary students from our Tokyo campus to get to know Boston.  Learn more >>

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Student Blog

  • Biz Times Interview 7: Ms. Heather O’Leary-Agosta (Resident Services Manager)
    by showaboston on November 4, 2017 at 2:41 pm

    Message to students If you have any problem with anybody, I really want students to talk to me. I know what it is like to have difficulty when you are so far away from your home. I want to make sure […]

  • MFA & Takashi Murakami
    by showaboston on November 3, 2017 at 11:12 pm

    Hello, I’m Emily. October 29th, I went to MFA with my friend. Now, MFA has a special project, Takashi Murakami; lineage of eccentrics a collaboration with Nobuo Tsuji and the museum of fine […]

  • November Start
    by showaboston on November 2, 2017 at 11:09 pm

    Hello, I’m Emily. Yesterday, many students went to Beacon Hill and got a lot of candies. They looked like so happy. We could enjoy real Halloween in Boston. Anyway, Today is November 1st. […]

  • Our RA Kenya
    by showaboston on November 1, 2017 at 5:27 pm

    Hello, I’m Emily. A week ago, our RA Kenya left Showa Boston to work. She is always powerful and kind. Her smile makes us happy. We have a lot of memories with her. Honestly, we do not want to […]

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Announcements:

Our annual festival is Sunday, December 3rd from 1-4:30 p.m. Please join us! It is fun for all ages. More details to follow.