The school’s curriculum has accounted for students who need more time and support to learn Kanji, etc. Not a feature of this school.
You are able to request an AM or PM class schedule based on your needs. Not a feature of this school.
Rest assured that this school has wifi available. Not a feature of this school.
This school introduces part-time job opportunities so you can work while studying. Not a feature of this school.
This school provides specialized counseling to prepare and apply to colleges and universities after graduation. Not a feature of this school.
counsellors are available to provide specialized support for full-time employment after graduation. Not a feature of this school.
This school introduces affordable shared living spaces. Not a feature of this school.
This school introduces private apartments. Not a feature of this school.
This school introduceslocal Japanese families where students can live while studying. Not a feature of this school.
This school organizes regular interactive & cultural activities in the school. Not a feature of this school.
This school organizes out-of-school day-trips, excursions and events throughout the year. Not a feature of this school.
Space outside of the classroom is available for students to interact casually and/or study. Not a feature of this school.
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This intensive Manga Program, curated by DEOW, provides students of all levels with the tools they need to begin creating Japanese Manga on their own. The course takes on a practical, coaching-style approach that emphasizes practise and skill-building in order to develop your abilities and confidence as a manga artist in the short span of 2 weeks.
Due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), we are currently considering applications for 2021. If the situation clears in the near future, there is a possibility we will still be able to offer this program in November 2021 (this year).
|Total Number of Students:||Maximum 4|
|Class Size:||Maximum 4|
|Minimum Course Duration:||2 weeks|
The lessons take place in Tokyo, Shibuya, but students will have the opportunity to visit all sorts of tourist spots and manga-related places during the program.
On the Saturday between week 1 and week 2, we will have our City Tour! In the morning, we will head to the traditional district of Asakusa, checking out the iconic market and visiting the temple and shrine, followed by lunch, which is provided to you. After lunch, we will cut across the city to the otaku hub of Akihabara and will have the entire afternoon to explore specialty manga shops and any other unique shops that you want to check out before entering into the world of a maid café!
Because we are a small group, we are able to adapt the city tour contents to your requests so that we can all get to see and do what most interests us.
Tokyo & Shibuya
Tokyo, known previously as Edo, has been one of Japan’s major cities since the Tokugawa Shogunate era. Its famous attractions include Asakusa, Ueno, Shinjuku, Odaiba, Ginza, and Shibuya.
Shibuya, Shinjuku and Ikebukuro are among the top business districts and are major hubs for the city. They are significant hubs for fashion, entertainment and recreation. In these areas, people will find Japan’s major department stores, large shopping malls, restaurants and entertainment centres, and specifically in Shibuya, there is the iconic statue of Hachiko, one of most popular meet-up points for friends, and the world famous Shibuya Crossing where every change of the lights signals one of the largest crossings of people in Japan if not the world, sending people in all directions to their desired destinations in the city.
Asakusa remains reminiscent of old Tokyo, highlighted by the ancient Sensoji Temple and the traditional craft shops and food stalls, as well as the Nakamise shopping district. In addition, the area contains the Hanayashiki, Japan’s oldest amusement park complete with rides, eateries and cafes, and Sumida Park, a leisure riverside escape with beautiful views of Tokyo Skytree and a popular venue for big annual firework displays and cherry blossom events.
As for the famous Asakusa Kannon Temple, it is the oldest temple in Tokyo, one of the most popular and lively, and is a symbol not only for the area but Tokyo itself, making it a must-see destination for every traveller to Japan and Tokyo, including local Japanese people. Entering the temple is through the iconic Kaminarimon, or Thunder Gate, into the traditional market lined with food and craft stalls, to the end of the stretch with the famous Temple itself. Every day in this part of Asakusa feels like a matsuri or festival, and is a perfect place to enjoy delicious food in traditional restaurants and casual izakaya, take a ride on a rickshaw, and dress up in a kimono, yukata or happi and host your own personal photoshoot, an everlasting memory of your time in Tokyo.
For any fan of anime, manga, cosplay, idol culture, gaming and electronics, Akihabara is the hub of them all, located in the northeast corner of Tokyo’s most densely populated core outlined roughly by the popular circuit route train line known as the JR Yamanote Line operated by Japan Rail. The district contains everything from small one-off shops to large and popular electronic and department stores such as Yodabashi Camera and Bic Camera, the Tokyo Animation Center as well as a radio hall with its 10 floors of toys, trading cards, and collectibles. The area is the living hub of Japanese subculture, powered every moment by the passion of the geeks within.
Enrolment Periods & Duration
|Program Session||Program Dates
(Sunday check-in to Saturday check-out)
|Application Final Deadline|
|February 2022||January 31st ~ February 13th, 2022||
January 4th, 2022
|May 2022||May 2nd ~ May 15th, 2022||
April 5th, 2022
|August 2022||August 1st ~ August 14th, 2022||
July 5th, 2022
|November 2022||October 31st ~ November 13th, 2022||
October 4th, 2022
Approx. 28 days prior to start
Course Features & Electives
STUDY IN JAPAN, FROM SUCCESSFUL MANGA ARTISTS
There is no better place in the world to learn Manga than in Japan, the home of otaku culture worldwide where nearly every person reads manga on a regular basis. As its birthplace, Japan has an extensive manga industry consisting of independent and represented manga artist, manga editors, story-writers, fan artists, and more. Feel inspired and live in the world of Manga!
BEGIN MAKING YOUR OWN MANGA
This program trains you on the essentials of Manga from developing your main character, planning your story, and honing your practical skills of illustration so that you can begin creating your very own Manga within the span of just 2 weeks.
ON-GOING SUPPORT WHEN YOU NEED IT
True learning happens by doing, and there is only so much you can do in 2 weeks. For this reason, our passionate manga artists offer you continued support & feedback on your work online after the program. Being able to get on-going feedback and helping you when you get stuck is a special support system we have for our students like no where else.
SEMI-PRIVATE or PRIVATE CLASS
Learn in a class of only 2-4 students, or 1-on-1. Our semi-private or private class size ensures that you are constantly engaged, actively supported, and effectively learning at all times. This is the ideal workshop-style learning environment where you are free to ask questions and receive support every time you need it.
MEET INDUSTRY IN JAPAN
As part of this program, we set up a roundtable meeting with a professional Manga Editor, who can give you insights into the Manga Industry in Japan, share the realities of what actually sells in the market, and provide feedback on any manga concepts or works that you can freely share.
FULL SUPPORT INCLUDING ACCOMMODATIONS & TRAVEL SIM
As a global student agency headquartered in Tokyo, we are here to support you on every step of your journey to participate in this program. This includes meeting you at the airport and taking you to the private room that we have set up for you, as well as providing visa consultation, 24-hour emergency support while in Japan, and other important information about Japan that will ensure a safe and comfortable experience for you from when you arrive.
|Regular||¥300,000 + tax|
|Private||¥350,000 + tax|
The Program Tuition includes:
NOTE: Students will need to cover the costs of food, travel to and from Japan, daily commute and travel within Japan, and any other personal expenses. We will also ask that all students obtain Emergency Medical Insurance before or by the time they land in Japan.
Because our counselling service is free,
the tuition fees listed here will be the same as the school’s original tuition fees.
School & Visa