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Notice of full-scale face-to-face classes resumption

June 7th, 2022

To all students of Ehle Institute

EHLE Institute

Principal Taeko Kimura

Notice of full-scale face-to-face classes resumption


Full-scale face-to-face classes will be resumed on Monday, June 20th.

We understand that you might be worried, but we believe that there are lessons learned in a classroom that cannot be achieved on distance. By directly connecting to your classmates and teachers, we hope you will feel safe and be able to grow. As we resume the full-scale face-to-face classes, Ehle Institute will work on preventive measures to reduce the risk of infection as much as possible.


The measures to prevent infection are the same as when attending mixed classes, but please be more thorough than ever.


  • ・Always wear a mask inside of the school
  • ・Measure your body temperature and use hand disinfection when entering the school buildings
  • ・Enjoy your meals in silence
  • ・Manage your overall everyday health (washing of hands, gargling, regular body temperature checks)

About prohibition of temporary overseas travel during the New Year holidays

December 1st, 2021


To the students of Ehle Institute


Ehle Institute
Principal Daisaku Hagihara


About prohibition of temporary overseas travel during the New Year holidays


Due to the coronavirus pandemic, foreign citizens are currently prohibited from entering Japan to prevent domestic infection of the new variant “Omicron”. This ban also affects international students.

Therefore, we have decided not to allow temporary returns to home countries and overseas travel during the year-end and New Year holidays.

If you leave the country during this time, you might not be able to re-enter Japan, and you will not be able to continue studying abroad.

Please continue to wear a mask to prevent infection, wash your hands and gargle, enforce eating in silence when dining out, and refrain from eating out with a large number of people.

This is an important time for current students to be able to graduate or move up to the next year, so we ask you to be aware of your actions.