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Japanese for Adults M30+

Why Join This Course You want to master the Japanese language in an adult environment with lots of practice? – Moderate lesson speed with highly detailed explanations – Very small classes between 2 and 4 students – A lot of

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Join the Asahi Hanami Party!

After last year’s party was a few days too early, we have decided to celebrate this year’s cherry blossom season with everybody from our school, students, staff, teachers and partners on 1 April! Bring your friends and family to enjoy

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Internship Lukas G.

Lukas G. Internship Program: Unpaid Internship Company/Type: Gallery Moryta Nationality: German Today our intern Lukas from Germany describes his daily routine at Gallery Moryta. Why do you like Japan? Japan has a unique charm, which I really like. I mean,

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Internship Lena W.

Lena W. Internship Program: Unpaid Internship Company/Type: Quantize Inc. Nationality: German In today’s interview, Lena from Germany talks about her internship at the fashion designer Quantize. Why do you like Japan? I always liked Japan for its language and culture

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Internship Lea H.

Lea H. Internship Program: Unpaid Internship Company/Type: SUiTO Fukuoka Nationality: German And we were able to interview yet another intern. This time, Lea from Germany talks about her internship at the event organizer SUiTO Fukuoka. Why do you like Japan?

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Internship Edmund G.

Edmund G. Internship Program: Unpaid Internship Company/Type: Samurai Buyer Co., Ltd. Nationality: Australian Today we had the chance to talk to another intern. Edmund from Australia worked for the export company Samurai Buyer. He worked at Samurai Buyer which is an

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Internship Meike R.

Meike R. Internship Program: Unpaid Internship Company/Type: Nippon Tsusho Inc. Nationality: German Today we had the chance to talk to another intern. Meike from Germany talks about her internship experiences at Nippon Tsusho Inc. Why did you decide to do

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Hojoya Festival 2017

After a very successful day of learning Japanese, our students went to Hojoya – the autumn festival. It was a great evening with eating famous Japanese food and enjoying traditional Japanese festival games. Everyone was able to practice their Japanese

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News from our Internship Company Mizu Trans

Today we went to Mizu Trans Corporation, a company that provides translation, interpretation and guide services by certified specialists. Rhys from Australia is doing a two-month internship here to gain experience and to make contacts for a future in the

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Dinner at Sushiro

Our school philosophy at Asahi Nihongo is that “Japanese doesn’t stop at the classroom”. After a long day of studying, we went to Sushiro to reward our students with some delicious sushi. We were accompanied by Shinji-sensei, the most popular

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Enjoying Fukuoka’s Street Food

What is the best way to enjoy delicious street food and talk to interesting people simultaneously? Going to one of the many Yatais in Fukuoka City! Yatai is a kind of mobile food stall – a symbol of Fukuoka’s local

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Water Rocket Event

On August 15, we had our first Water Rocket Event with our partners from JAXA Space Center. First, we had a short session to introduce ourselves and learn some exciting facts about space activities. After the introduction, it was time

Internship Stephan H.

Stephan H. Internship Program: Unpaid Internship Company/Type: Team AIBOD Inc. Nationality: German Today another intern talks about his internship in Fukuoka. Stephan H. from Germany had to manage many different tasks at Team AIBOD Inc., an IT company in Fukuoka.

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Ohori Firework Festival 2017

It is summer in Fukuoka, the perfect time to go out, get some snacks and join one of the many festivals. Our students also had the chance to experience one of the most frequently visited festival, the Ohori Firework Festival,

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Internship Kianna B. @ Wallaby

Kianna B. Internship Program: Unpaid Internship Company/Type: Summer School Wallaby Nationality: American We had to chance to interview a young and highly motivated intern from America! Kianna talks about her experiences at Summer School Wallaby. Why did you choose Asahi

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