This kind of question appear again and again in the context of applying to graduate school. In my opinion, this question only has a moot point. Because it is more important to actually check if the department/university has research activity in the subject that you are interested to work on. It is even more important than looking at rankings which sometimes are very subjective. A highly-ranked department may not have professor working on research topic of your interest. Or the professors who are working in that research topic may not be most well-regarded/distinguished ones. While another department/university which are less known may have the research topic which match your interest and background, together with well-known people/professors.
Anyone who has gone through the gory detail of graduate school knows that it is actually far more important to find a good professor, a good/friendly research group, and good research opportunity. Ranking may serve as a first guide, but I strongly suggest not to rely too much on rankings. It is important to find a good graduate school, but it is rather pointless to try to find 'the best ranked school' before even checking the fact yet.
So please do your homework: go to the department website of some 20-30 schools in Japan and check directly about they are doing, whether they have research activities which match your interest, whether there are opportunities/funding for new students etc. Then you may start discussing the results with your advisors/friends.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "hedyrisman_beasiswa" <hedyrisman_beasiswa@...> wrote:
> Assalamualikum wr.wb
> >Saya ingin lanjut S2 eksak ke Jepang khususnya bidang elektro (Power) . Saya masih bingung univ. apa yang bagus untuk jurusan tsb (yang saya tahu adalah umum misalnya Todai, Kyoto. Osaka,dll)?? Jika ada yang tahu urutan terbaiknya..mohon bantuannya. Trims
> Wassalamualaikum wr.wb
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