Program

We offer a variety of programs for youth and adults, and families and individuals.

Japanese Language Program

Japanese Language Program

for Adults & High Schoolers

The Japanese Language Program, offered biannually by Showa Boston, is a 17-week program to study Japanese language in a very friendly environment. Through various courses provided in different levels, students can study Japanese language according to their own abilities and goals. The courses are designed for adult learners, both men and women. High school students are also accepted.
For the specific requirement and details for the program, please go to the following link:

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Friendship Program

Friendship Program

for 5th & 6th Graders

In this Japanese summer day camp for boys and girls entering grades 5 and 6 in September, American students interact with Japanese students in classes and on daily excursions. English and Japanese classes and cultural activities give students a better understanding of one another's culture.
For the specific requirement and details of the program, please go to the following link:

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College Connection Program (CCP)

College Connection Program (CCP)

for College Students

CCP is designed so that College Connectors (CCs) and Showa students can learn and experience cultural differences in a casual and open environment. Together, CCs and Showa students decide when, where, and what they want to do for each Visit. The key of this program is to build a successful relationship between college students with different cultural/linguistic perspectives.
For the specific requirement and details for the program, please go to the following link:

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Showa Friendship Circle (SFC)

Showa Friendship Circle(SFC)

for Families & Individuals

SFC matches pairs or triads of Showa students with community volunteers (Circle Volunteers) for intercultural exchange, conversational exchange and recreational activities. Circle Volunteers often invite students to go sightseeing in the Boston area, and do fun, interesting activities together. Some Circle Volunteers open their homes to Showa students for meals, just relaxing, or for overnight visits. By sharing your own unique culture with Japanese students, you can expand your global perspective, and form meaningful friendships.
For the specific requirement and details for the circle, please go to the following link:

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