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I'd look into getting into a university program. You might call your local Japanese consulate.
As a language teacher myself, I associate commercial language schools with self-serving/very poor administration and teaching. There are exceptions, but they are extrememly rare, and I've never heard of one of these exceptions in Japan (but I never lived in Kansai.)