|Business Name||The International Dance & Culture Academy – IDC.Tokyo |
The International Cross-Culture and Protocol Academy of Tokyo
|Head of Director||Mari Cecilia Murata|
|Headoffice||4F Hulic Building, 1-13-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo|
|2F Onodera Building, 3-14-18 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo|
|Mission Statement||Bridge the world|
Ballroom dance and international social etiquette glow personal lives
|Business Nature||Associated culture academy of The International Cross-Culture and Protocol Academy of Tokyo|
International Ballroom Dance
International Social Culture Club
Managing Director / Head of instructor
|Head School||The International Cross-Culture and Protocol Academy of Tokyo certified school |
We believe that ballroom dancing and international social etiquette are the communication of the mind between people and that society and education are one of the most in need.
If the enormous potential of ballroom dancing and protocols is conveyed to Japan in the right way, and incorporated into school education and hospital treatment, including the younger generation, people will be mentally and physically healthy and free from various stresses. We believe that we can lead a richer social life.
I believe that ballroom dancing is a new effective way to give global power to today’s Japanese people who are increasingly required to be internationalized.
We help students to improve knowledge and skills generously, and we teach a wide range of social dance lessons, from social etiquettes to various types of ballroom dancing.
I sincerely hope that the international social skills I teach will make people in the world happier, have the tastes of ladies and gentlemen, and enjoy a happy life with peace of mind.