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JCFL JCFL is an educational foundation accredited by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. The college provides foreign language and intercultural training as well as engaging in research, producing publications and other related activities.
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1970 Established the Tokyo Institute of Interpretation and Tourist Guide training in Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo. This was Japan's first specialized school of this kind for training interpreters and tour guides.
1977 An additional campus was established in Osaka.
1978 Completion of the 1st campus in Toshima-ku, Tokyo. At this time, the school name was registered as a Recognized Vocational College.
1985 Changed the college name to gJapan College of Foreign Languagesh. (Between 1985 and 1992, construction of additional facilities was completed. This included the JCFL License Centre, the Mejiro building, the Takada 2nd building and the JCFL Training Centre.)
1997 Completion of the main campus in Takadanobaba, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo.
2000 JCFL celebrated the 30 year anniversary of its founding. To commemorate this achievement, course content was expanded and reinforced in addition to the introduction of a scholarship program. At this point, JCFL also invested in enhanced equipment and study aids.
JCFL educates our students to be agbridgeh between Japan and your country and to take an important role
in the world as a true cosmopolitan.
Norikiyo Iizuka
Principal
Japan College of Foreign Languages
Awarded an M.A. at Tokyo Metropolitan University. Studied at The University of Florence, Italy, aided by an Italian government scholarship. He now enthusiastically educates and advises international students enthusiastically based upon his own experience.
JCFL was founded in 1970 as the first specialized training college in Japan for Interpreters & Guides and provides high level education for those who aim to pass the challenging gInterpreter and Guide Examinationh which is a unique national exam focusing on language skills.

JCFL prides itself on providing practical education, especially in the field of language training which is required by professionals and by pioneers of international education. JCFL has developed a curriculum which combines both English and Japanese education. JCFL not only accepts students from abroad but sends Japanese students to several other countries for further study.

In addition to the above, JCFL also maintains a sterling reputation as a professional vocational training school for careers relating to the hospitality industry. Regarding the field of Japanese education, JCFL takes a pioneering role and provides an up-to-date curriculum using dynamic teaching methods. As a supplement to Japanese Language courses, JCFL offers content based subjects aimed to simulate higher education, academic lectures. These can be tailored to suit individual needs and aid students in their future studies.

As well as acquiring glanguage to communicate with people from other countriesh, it is necessary to acknowledge and understand their cultures. Here in Japan, we call this concept g Bunsai ( Inter-Cultures )h and all our courses here at JCFL take this idea into consideration.

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