Nagoya International Center, Nagoya

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The center's facilities are located on the third to fifth floors of the Nagoya International Center Building, a 7-minute walk or a 2-minute subway ride from Nagoya Station. Kokusai Center Station, on the Nagoya City Subway, is linked to the Nagoya International Center at the basement level.

The facilities that are open to the public free-of-charge include an information corner and a library with an extensive collection of foreign books.

The center organizes activities that promote multi-cultural exchange between the local communities and the somewhat transient foreigner population of the area. It also provides information and hosts free consultations (health, tax, legal, personal counseling, etc.) services for foreign residents in 7 languages (English, Filipino, Spanish, Portuguese, Korean, Chinese, Vietnamese).

It publishes monthly newsletters in English and Portuguese (The Nagoya Calendar); content includes event listings, classifieds section, advice column, and daily living information.

The Center also runs Japanese language classes for foreign residents, a home-stay program, a taiko drumming class, a children's soccer school, and a school visit program.
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  • You can walk from Nagoya Station Sakura-Dori line is 1 station is connected by underground. Is the underground have been lined with shops.
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  • Sakura-Dori and egawa line crossing North East corner located in Nagoya City public facility buildings. It is in the high rise 26 stories above the ground was opened in 0/1984 (1984) Hall, meeting rooms, exhibition rooms and many convenient facilities. Also a good vantage point on the top floor receptionist at the exhibition ago the Chinese restaurant tohtenkoh is useful.
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  • Not quite what we were expecting. They do have a nice international library and there is a small but cute kids section with a couple climbing toys and a kids-size table and chairs. There are LOTS of languages represented and plenty of books in English. It was a welcome treat for my young kids who haven’t learned Japanese yet. The library is on the 3rd floor and the tourist information help is right across the hall. All very friendly.
  • It has a really nice library with a big collection of English books and other books in many languages. There's also a lot of books for studying Japanese and a place for meeting and study groups where you can even eat and drink. It also has free WiFi available, although it's not very good. There's a lot of services they provide for foreigners, like Japanese class or legal advise, all the services are free and the staff working there is very nice and speaks many languages
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