Company Philosophy

The ideal school we aspire to be

We work together to build a company of manpower training and development with the profit at No.1!

Aiming to build a company of manpower training and development where “the companions” (not only students but all the staffs of Anon) constantly grow up with the profit at No.1 in Vietnam.

What we need to do

Help students find their purpose and enjoyment in learning!

Help students find their purpose and enjoyment in learning by providing training services following rules and principles. We do not provide only language training service, but we also help students see the value of what they are learning and how better their future can be if they strive to grow up.

Social Value we can create

Create social value with manpower training and development!

Help student have a deep understanding on the social structure, business know-how via education and training.
Create a better social by providing highly qualified human resources.

Action guidelines to achieve our goals

1. Think carefully, Act boldly.

We think carefully but we act boldly

2. Creativity, Challenge, Go through.

Be initiative, always challenge and go through to catch the goals

3. Mutual Understanding, Respect and Trust.

We understand what we do, for whom and for what. And we respect and trust each other


Yoshinori Aihara

校長 藍原義正

A feature of Vietnam is that it is one of the top pro-Japan countries in Southeast Asia. It is said that about 65,000 young people in Vietnam are learning Japanese every year. Four years ago, some public elementary schools and junior high schools have begun to teach Japanese, and throughout Vietnam, Vietnamese are very interested in the country and culture of Japan.

The people I meet in everyday life are very kind when they know I am Japanese.

Another characteristic of Vietnam, which has been growing at around 6% annually for over 10 years, is that the average age of the whole country is young. The average in Japan is around 48, while that in Vietnam is 31. They are the generation of marriages, buying houses and raising children, so all the people believe in the future and live a vibrant life.

Moreover, in the world, due to the trade war between the United States and China, export bases that had been in China have been steadily relocating to neighboring Vietnam, resulting in active movement of people and goods. Now the whole Vietnam is springing up.

Because of this situation in Vietnam, there are many young people who want to take advantage of the trend and make money as soon as possible. So, they are invited to work in Japan, where their annual income is four or five times that of Vietnam, and they are going to work in Japan, which is understaffed. However, companies and industries that want to secure human resources in Japan are often workplaces that even Japanese people avoid. So some Vietnamese hired by bad Japanese leave the dispatched workplace looking for a more comfortable and well-paid job. However, even if they can escape, they can no longer live and commit crimes. We want to break this vicious cycle.

We want to help Vietnamese young people, who are originally diligent and have characteristics close to Japanese, realize their hopes and dreams.s Before leaving Vietnam or before leaving Vietnam, you will learn business skills in Vietnam and aim to get high value-added jobs.

We want to work together so that Vietnamese can increase their income on their own and think about their future, the happy life plans of their families.


Japanese teacher
Eiko Tanaka


At ABA, one-on-one classes are the main lesson style, so it is easy to build trust with students, but it is an environment where students' reactions are communicated directly and clearly. For this reason, we believe it is very important to accurately understand the needs of students and to design and develop a detailed lesson plan for each individual based on systematic learning. Instead of teaching unilaterally, we value the consciousness of learning with students.

In terms of learning each other, a student asked me to correct an introductory sentence about Tet. I also had the opportunity to learn about Vietnamese culture, and when my students posted on the Facebook page, the post received 260 likes, which led to my own joy. This is one of the attractions of ABA because students can study at a short distance from the teacher

For Vietnamese who are learning Japanese, learning Japanese means learning the Japanese culture behind the language.

Please broaden your horizons!
Please touch on various things about Japan!

Anything can be done, whether it be manga or anime, so I think it is important to be interested in things that will lead to Japanese culture. And having many opportunities to communicate with native Japanese people is also a shortcut to improving your Japanese language. Let's learn Japanese with us while enjoying the difference between Vietnam and Japan.



028-6275-6126 (9:00~20:00)




343 Pham Ngu Lao street, district 1, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam International plaza M2 floor