The continuously growing number of Japanese tourists in Thailand didn’t overlook Thai Massage. Like Thailand, Japan is a “massage country,” and having bodywork and massage treatments is very popular.
For the Thai Massage schools and training centers in Thailand, Japanese students are an important target market. Quite some schools have a section of their website in Japanese, and many Thai Massage teachers speak Japanese reasonably.
Also, culturally, the Japanese are more closely related to the Thai people than Westerners, a fact that makes teaching Thai Massage courses to Japanese students a lot easier.
Thai Massage is popular with the Japanese, and not only we find an abundance of Thai Massage spas and parlors in Japan, but also a rather significant number of Thai Massage schools and teachers.
We even see that some Japanese stayed in Thailand and opened Thai Massage schools in for instance Bangkok, Chiang Mai or Phuket, focusing their business on Japanese tourists and students.
In this blog post we display a list of Thai Massage training centers in Thailand that focus mainly on Japanese Thai Massage students. Some of the schools also welcome other nationalities. The greater part of the websites listed are in the Japanese language exclusively.