Took the shortest possible course they had, and I managed to pass the Driving License Exam with perfect score, both for theory and driving in the first shot. Most people fail it first time. It doesn't matter how well you drive in your country. The driving exam in Japan is same as a job interview. There are tons of rules you need to follow, rules that no one uses in real life. It's basically a ridiculous role-play, but if you don't do it, you'll never get the license.
- fully bilingual instructors
- best value for the money (cheapest one in Tokyo area)
- I passed with perfect score by following exactly what my instructor told me.
- very flexible with the schedule
- they have a few types of cars you can practice on
- very friendly instructors
- you can practice on the exam course
- no hidden costs, as you get in most driving schools.
- nothing I can think of.
I can recommend it to any friend of mine, as it worked really well for me.