GMAT Test Centers in Japan

By | March 11, 2019

GMAT Testing Locations

We have found 4 GMAT test centres in Japan, located in Hakataku, Kita-ku, Nak-ku, and Uchisaiwai-cho. For specific test dates of 2019, please refer to the end of this page.

GMAT Test Centers in Japan

#1. TACT Fukuoka Training Center

Fukuoka Fukuoka-shi
3F Kei Ai Bldg,
1-9-8 Hakataeki Minami
Phone: 092-477-8244

Test Center Information

Take the exit Chikushi Guchi at JR Hakata Station. Go to Takeshita street towards Yodobashi Camera ( Electronics shop ) and walk along with the street until you will see Lawson ( Convenience store )on right hand side. The K.I building is the second building before Lawson. There is Hot Mot shop at opposite.

#2. Pearson Professional Centers-Osaka, Japan

Osaka Osaka-shi
12F Osaka Dai-Ichi Seimei Bldg,
1-8-17 Umeda
Phone: 81-661363680

Test Center Information

Pearson Professional Centers, Osaka
Osaka Dai-Ichi Seimei Bldg. 12F
1-8-17 Umeda
Osaka-shi, OSK 530-0001
Tel: 81-661363680

Pearson Professional Centers, Osaka is in the “Osaka Dai-ichi Seimei Building” and on 12th floor, opposite JR Osaka Station. The building is next to Hilton Plaza East.
Attention: It’s not Umeda Dai-ichi Seimei Building.
The Entrance at B1F opens from 6:30am. The main entrance on 1F and the entrance on B2F are only opened from 8am.

[JR Train]
Take Chuo-exit (Central Exit), 5 minutes by walking.
[From Kansai International Airport]

By JR Train
Take “Kanku-Kaisoku”, Kansai Airport Rapid Service at JR Kansai International Airport station and get off at JR Osaka station. From Osaka station 5minutes by walking.

By Bus
Take a bus for Osaka station at the airport limousine bus terminus. Get off at the “Herbis Osaka” bus stop. It takes 1 hour. From the bus stop, 5 minutes by walking.
[From Itami Airport]

By Bus
Take a bus for “Osaka maru biru” at the bus stop No.14 of the airport limousine bus’s south terminus or No4. of the north terminus. Get off at the “Osaka maru biru” bus stop. It takes half hour. From the bus stop, 1minute by walking.

#3. Nagoya Fushimi Test Center

Aichi Nagoya-shi
10F Fushimi First Bldg,
1-12-10 Sakae, Nak-ku
Oak. Ltd.
Phone: 052-223-3907

Test Center Information

1.Get out of the exit no.6 of Fushimi subway station.
2.Go in the direction of Kanayama along Rout 19 (south) about 3 minutes(200m).
3.Cross the 1st traffic signal(Mitsukura).
4.The first building(cream color) is the Fushimi First Building where Talkmate English School is located on the 10th floor.
5.There is a coffee shop named EGRO on the first floor of the Fushimi First Building.

#4. Pearson Professional Centers-Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo Chiyoda-ku
The Imperial Tower 18F
1-1-1, Uchisaiwai-cho,
Phone: 03-6891-0501

Test Center Information

Pearson Professional Centers Tokyo is located on the 18th floor of Imperial Tower next to the Imperial Hotel.
*Please enter from the main entrance on the 1st floor. If security door/gate is closed to access, please ask a security guard that you need to go to Pearson Professional Centers on 18th floor so that they will open the door for you.

On Foot
5 minutes from JR Yuraku-cho Station [Hibiya Exit]
7 minutes from JR Shimbashi Station [Hibiya Exit]
3 minutes from Hibiya Subway Station [A13 Exit, A4/A5 Exit]
5 minutes from Ginza Subway station [C1Exit] and Yurakucho Subway Station [A4a Exit]
3 minutes from Mita Line Uchisaiwai-cho Station [A7 Exit]

By Car
From Tokyo Station 5 minutes
From Haneda Airport 45 minutes by taxi
From Narita Airport 90 minutes by taxi / 90 minutes by Airport Limousine Bus

By Train
From Narita Airport, take the Narita Express train to Tokyo Station, change to the JR Yamanote Line and alight at Yurakucho Station.
From Haneda Airport, take the monorail for Hamamatsucho Station, change to the JR Yamanote Line and alight at Shimbashi Station or Yurakucho Station.

GMAT Exam Dates in Japan

Unlike some paper based exams, the GMAT is computer based. Therefore, there are no fixed test dates for GMAT. Wherever you are in Japan, all test centers are open from Monday through Saturday throughout the year. Some even offer the exam every day of the year.  However, some test centers are not open on Sundays and national holidays. For example, most college-based test centers might be closed for extended periods around holidays. For precise testing dates in Japan, please visit test-maker website –

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