As the hub for resident's international exchange activities, the Arakawa International Communication Association was established on October 21, 1993. Through its promotion of international exchange projects, its friendships and goodwill with overseas sister cities, and its work to deepen the international understanding of residents, the Association aims to internationalize Arakawa and create a city that is open to the world.
More than 16,000 foreign people live in the city. Furthermore, in that it also has the Narita SKY ACCESS Line that links together Nippori and Narita Airport in just 36 minutes, Arakawa is a place with an international flavor that welcomes many foreign tourists.
With its aim being to create a local area where all people, including foreign residents, can enjoy their lives, while receiving the support of volunteers, the Association works in numerous ways as it seeks to undertake international exchange projects, projects in support of international understanding, and projects in support of foreign residents, etc.
Within the Cultural Exchange Promotion Division of Arakawa City Office, 2-2-3 Arakawa-ku, Tokyo
|Access||10-minute walk from Machiya Station of the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line and Keisei Line
14-minute walk from Minowa Station of the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
3-minute walk from the Arakawa Kuyakushomae Stop of Toden Arakawa Line
10-minute walk from Mikawasima Station of JR Joban Line
10-minute ride on Toei Bus bound for Kamedo from the JR Nippori Station
1-minute walk from the Arakawa Kuyakushomae Bus Stop
|Open||8:30-17:15 Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays|
|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