Romanian-Japanese studies center

"Angela Hondru"

Best prices

Native teacher

scholarship opportunities

One of our main objectives is to offer qualitative courses at a cost-effective price for students

By participating in our courses, you have the opportunity to learn Japanese from a native speaker.

Through partnerships with various institutions in Japan, CSRJ-AH offers you the chance to participate in sponsored programs!

Our mission

The Romanian-Japanese Study Center “Angela Hondru” (CSRJ-AH) was founded in May 2005 within the Romanian-American University, with the support of the Japanese Embassy in Bucharest and JTI. Our studies center wants to promote the study of the Japanese language, culture and business environment for those concerned, students of the Romanian-American University (therefore future business people, diplomats or international law experts) and those passionate about Japan. Our courses are held in a friendly and relaxed environment, supported by our proactive attitude professors. Another important objective of our center is to develop partnerships with Japanese

universities, research institutes with similar profiles, but also with remarkable representatives of the Japanese business environment. A major benefit for our students is the study trips and summer schools in Japan, organized annually, which have the role to make them experience the culture and history of both countries. Our Center has created a tradition by offering a clear image of the Japanese traditional cultural elements such as: Tea ceremony, Shodo, Ikebana, Taiko, as well as Aikido and Ninjutsu. CSRJ-AH is part of the Department of Asian Studies of the Romanian-American University.

Come at our courses

Do you have musical aptitudes and you fell attracted by the Japanese traditional music? Or maybe you’re interested into the Japanese language and culture? Or maybe you are a Japanese martial art lover. Regardless of your passion you can find your answer at us!


Japanese language

Tea ceremony

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