The Shinjuku Foundation for Creation of Future

Commencing with Shinjuku City citizens, the Shinjuku Foundation for Creation of the Future aims to provide lifelong learning opportunities to Tokyo's residents on topics such as history, culture and the arts, etc. It also hopes to promote voluntary participation and to deepen mutual exchanges within Shinjuku. Because approximately 12% of its citizens are foreign residents, Shinjuku City is uniquely international.
Accordingly, we cooperate with the Shinjuku City Office to offer a variety of programs. These include Japanese language classes, cultural exchange programs, and interactions with friendship cities that aim to realize a multicultural society, etc.
If you are interested in learning Japanese or experiencing international exchanges in Shinjuku City, please contact us.

Address 〒169-0072
Shinjuku Cosmic Center (Regional Exchange Division), 3-1-2 Okubo, Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo
Access 15 minute walk from Takadanobaba Sta. (JR / Seibu Shinjuku Line)
15 minute walk from Shin-Okubo Sta. (JR)
10 minute walk from Higashi-Shinjuku Sta. (Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line / Toei Oedo Line) (Exit B1)
3 minute walk from Nishi-Waseda Sta. (Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line) (Exit 3)
Tel 03-3232-5121
Open 9:00~22:00
Days closed: 1) the second Monday of the month in principle; and 2) the year-end and New Year's holidays (December 29 – January 3)
Fax 03-3209-1833
URL www.regasu-shinjuku.or.jp
Mail chiiki@regasu-shinjuku.or.jp
Japanese language classes Japanese language and study supports for children Volunteer teacher training courses Lectures symposiums Events Foreign language classes Consultaion service for roreign residents Language volunteers For foreign exchange students Home stay & visit Multilingual information sources
  • Please contact each group directly for details with its mark
  • Studying Japanese language
  • International community programs
  • Other support services for foreign residents

Tokyo International Communication Committee

Ono Bldg. 3F, 17-15 Kandamatsunagacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0023
TEL:03-5294-6542 FAX:03-5294-6540