|International Bank Transfer||Bank Transfer within Japan||Credit Card|
|Cash (domestic)||Post Office (domestic)|
There are a number of ways by which fees can be paid. Receipts are issued for all payments made. These receipts are issued in Japanese. If you require a receipt in English or another language for taxation or scholarship purposes please contact us.
International Bank Transfer
|会社名||The Yamasa Institute|
|住所 1||1-2-1 Hane Higashimachi|
|住所 2||Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture|
|Account name||THE YAMASA INSTITUTE|
|Bank name||Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation|
|Bank address||2-9-1, Koseidorinishi, Okazaki, Aichi, Japan 444-0059|
Bank Transfer within Japan
|口座名義||学校法人 服部学園 YAMASA言語文化学院|
|SWIFT (BIC)||（「ガク)ハットリガクエン ヤマサゲンゴブンカガクイン」）|
At YAMASA it is possible to pay fees using Visa card and Mastercard. Visa card is the most widely accepted card in Japan - although this doesn't mean that ATM machines will accept visa cards issued outside Japan. For cashing services you usually need to go to a bank and withdraw cash over the counter - the local branch of the Okazaki Shinkin Bank (approximately 200 meters from campus) is able to provide this service, visit the post office or 7-Eleven convenience store.
Cash (domestic only)
Japan is a cash based society, and many students at YAMASA pay for their fees in cash. However please do not send cash by mail/courier. This method is only to be used for on-campus face to face payment.
Post Office (domestic only)
If you are living in Japan then it is possible to pay for your initial tuition fees via the post office transfer system called "genkin kakitome". This is a very secure method of payment, and is particularly useful if you are applying for admission from a remote area of Japan. The maximum limit for transfer is usually 500,000 yen.
Please have the post office staff transfer the funds to:
The Yamasa Institute
Please include a note stating your:
Name of the Program you are enrolling in