The Association for Nakano International Communications was established by Nakano City on June 26, 1989. It undertakes a variety of activities including; (1) the promotion of exchanges with foreign cities, (2) the support of foreign residents, and (3) the realization of a multicultural society in the area, etc. All of these activities are cooperated by a force of local volunteers.
Currently, one in every 17 residents of Nakano City is a foreign national. In cooperation with the city's administration, resident's associations and other groups, the Association aims to create a local society where there is the "promotion of cooperation and multiculturalism", where people of different languages and cultures understand and respect one another.
1F Nakano ZERO West Annex, 2-9-7 Nakano, Nakano-ku, Tokyo
|Access||8-minute walk from south exit of JR Nakano Station, along the JR railroad line in the direction of Shinjuku.|
|Open||9:00~17:00 Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, national holidays and the holidays of the West Building of Nakano ZERO|
|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|
Ono Bldg. 3F, 17-15 Kandamatsunagacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0023