Recipients of the JASSO Scholarships are required to be in Japan for them to receive the scholarships. The recipients must come to the International Exchange Group in order to sign a register for our records during the designated period each month. We will notify you of the signing period at the beginning of each semester. Opening Hours: Weekdays 9AM to 12 PM, 1 PM to 5 PM
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Japan is a relatively safe country, but you must be careful not to become involved in avoidable accidents. For example, in Japan, natural disasters resulting from natural phenomena such as earthquakes, typhoons, tsunami, and avalanches can take place. Under these circumstances, make sure to seek accurate and correct information from the media and you should not behave carelessly and put yourself at risk. Similarly, if you wish to have fun and enjoyment by going to the seaside to swim or the mountains to hike or climb, please make sure not to put yourself in unnecessary danger. If you drive a car, or ride a motorcycle or bicycle while in Japan, you must take out appropriate insurance coverage to protect yourself and others.