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Located in the central neighbourhood of Tenjin, Genki is a small, local language school with staff who will make you feel at home right away! With 14 spacious and well lit classrooms and a communal lounge of an entire floor (in the new building) where students can hang out, you’ll be sure to have a great time at Genki, whether inside the classroom or out! A multimedia centre provides access to computers with Internet, there’s a study room, television, DVD player, Wii game console, giant screen and projector, a café and a library! 

Wait ! The school is moving ...! In the first week of May 2015 this fabulous school will be moving just down the road into a bigger six floor building. Centrally located they’ll be  just four minutes walk from the biggest train station in Southern Japan – Hakata Station. They will be almost as close to Fukuoka International Airport too – four minutes by subway. More details soon – but some good news for anyone with restricted mobility; the new building is wheel-chair friendly. We love Japan!
Every classroom in the new building has external windows - a big thing in Japan! The new school is spread across 6 floors, one for administration, one floor for students and the rest - floors 3-5 dedicated to classrooms and teacher's rooms.

  • What's great here !

    • Its location in a friendly, peaceful city.
    • The range of courses on offer that introduce you to Japanese culture
    • Gengki language school’s high quality of teaching.
  • Why do we like this school ?

    • The city and it's location
    • Its very Janpanese atmosphere - you'll be one of the family
  • Who is this school for ?

    A great school if you’re looking to discover both the modern and traditional facets of Japanese culture, while learning this beautiful language.

  • Outside of School

    Genki language school organizes all sorts of activities and excursions for students, both within Fukuoka and to the surrounding area.  A few highlights include: Kanji lessons, screenings of Japanese films, a guided tour of Fukuoka, music festivals, visits to temples, an introduction to Manga, Japanese cooking, ikebana, origami and pottery lessons… the list goes on! You’ll also be given plenty of chances to sing some karaoke – a national Japanese pastime! With so much on offer, you’re guaranteed to make your study abroad language trip to Fukuoka a memorable one!