I’Mc Center administers EJU with the cooperation of JASSO (Japan Students Service Organization). The Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU) is used to evaluate whether international students who wish to study at the undergraduate level at universities or other such higher educational institutions in Japan possess the Japanese language skills and the basic academic abilities needed to study at those institutions.




Japanese Class

Japanese Regular class or Private class is available from Basic level to Advance level. Another interesting programs you can join are Kanji class, Conversation class (Kaiwa), Origami class and JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) preparation class. Let’s study Japanese language for learning Japanese culture in nice and fun atmosphere of class room at I’Mc Center.




Book Publishing

I’Mc Center is the only organization in Indonesia that got printing and publishing licence of Japanese books 'Minna no Nihongo I and Minna no Nihongo II from books publishing in Japan, 3A Network.




About I'Mc Center


International Multicultural (I'Mc) Center is a Japanese School that gives information and education for them who are
interested in learning Japanese language or Japanese culture. I’Mc Center has 2 branch offices in Japan located in Osaka and Tokushima.



I'Mc Center is the window of the world that can accommodate a variety of multi-activity social, culture, and public interest, and ability to produce human resources for benefit of Indonesian nation building and humanity.



  1. Conducting education and training in the form of divisions in order to improve the quality of Indonesian human resources.
  2. Establishing various forms of cooperation with other institutions to be applicable inside and outside the country to support the implementation of education and training as well as the progress of science, technology, and cultural enrichment.
  3. Establishing mutually beneficial business cooperation with business associates in and outside the country to create jobs.
  4. Carrying out social activities for the welfare of Indonesian society
  5.  Bridging bilateral relations between Indonesia and other countries
  6. Providing professional services to all levels of society, particularly the people who want to study to Japan, or who want to conduct business relations with Japan or vice versa.



  1. Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO), Japan

          Administering EJU (Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students)

  1. ICEA (International Cross Cultural Exchange Association), Japan

          Sending Japanese native volunteer to teach Japanese in Indonesia.

  1. ABK (Gakusei Ajia Bunka Kyoukai), Japan

          Publishing a collection of Japanese language skills booklet level 4

  1. 3 A Network, Japan

          Publishing the Japanese-language textbooks, such as: Minna no Nihonggo Books I and II, etc.

  1. The Japan Foundation, Japan

          Publishing Kana Nyumon book.

  1. SMA Negeri 5 Surabaya, Indonesia

          Developing Japanese education and introducing Japanese culture for students in Senior High School.









Book Publishing