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Why Join This Course


Japanese_Short_Term_Course_in_10_Oct_00_ReasonsYou want to learn many different expressions for Japanese conversation very efficiently?
– Fast progress gives quick results
– Small classes between 4 and 7 students
– Save money by joining our Long-term Course for 12 weeks
– Japanese during lessons, English if necessary

 

Basic Course Information


Japanese_Short_Term_Course_in_10_Oct_01 Basic Course InformationCourse Period: From 1 week (4 weeks each Level 1 – 4 and 8 weeks each Level 5 / 6)
Level: Beginner – Intermediate
Lessons: 20 lessons per week / 4 lessons per day
Price Course: 30 000 Yen per week (+19 000 Yen enrollment fee)
Price Flat Share: 14 000 Yen per week (+9 000 Yen arrangement fee)
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¥49 000¥79 000¥109 000¥139 000¥169 000¥199 000
7 Weeks8 Weeks9 Weeks10 Weeks11 Weeks12 Weeks
¥229 000¥259 000¥289 000¥319 000¥349 000Long-term

The School Location – Easy to Access, Easy to Explore


Asahi Nihongo is located between Akasaka and Tenjin station – a perfect spot to start your tour through Fukuoka City. This is Fukuoka’s most exciting place because the busiest areas like Tenjin, Oyafuko street, Daimyo and Imaizumi are just a short walk away. You can also easily access department stores like Parco, Iwataya and Big Camera. In the Daimyo area, you can find a lot of small and stylish shops, bars and restaurants. We recommend Oyafuko and Nishi street for Karaoke or for just having a good time.

Free Services You Can Take Advantage of


Japanese_Short_Term_Course_in_10_Oct_02 Free servicesFree Japanese Study Group every Friday for 40 minutes
Free Language Exchange
– Lesson materials (textbook, copies, etc.)
– Certificate of Completion

 

Real-life Practice Opportunities


Japanese_Short_Term_Course_in_10_Oct_03 Real-life Practice OpportunitiesYou have the chance to join 1 activity each day (depends on number of participants), giving you lots of opportunities to practice what you have learned during lessons.

 
 
 

Study Material


Japanese_Short_Term_Course_in_10_Oct_04 Study Materials

We mainly use the “Minna no Nihongo” series of Japanese textbooks because new grammar is introduced efficiently and in an easy-to-understand way. The textbooks and accompanying materials have grammar translations in more than 20 languages.
Beginner and Elementary (Level 1 – 4)Minna no Nihongo Shokyu I / II
Intermediate (Level 5 and 6)Minna no Nihongo Chukyu Chukyu Kara Manabu
 

Sophisticated Teaching Method


Japanese_Short_Term_Course_in_10_Oct_05 Sophisticated Teaching Method We teach using the “communicative approach” by teaching Japanese in Japanese. The focus lies on developing your ability to speak and understand Japanese. You learn languages most efficiently by communicating in an enjoyable and engaging way. We believe students should talk at least 70% during lessons. Continuous practice is the best way to improve your language skills.

 

Weekly Schedule


Japanese_Short_Term_Course_in_10_Oct_06 Weekly ScheduleLessons are from Monday to Friday and we use the weekend for day trips around Fukuoka. You will receive your schedule for the next week every Friday. Lessons can either be in the morning from 9:00 to 12:15 or in the afternoon from 13:00 to 16:15. Every Friday, we organize a Free Japanese Study Group from 18:00. New students have an Orientation and City Tour on their first Monday at the school.

 

Experienced Teachers


apanese_Short_Term_Course_in_10_Oct_07 Experienced Teachers

We are very proud to have one of the most experienced teachers who has been teaching Japanese for over 30 years at our school. Our teachers do regular simulated lessons to keep their teaching method up-to-date and to ensure that every teacher offers the same lesson quality.
Kazuko Ueda (上田 和子)
Languages: Japanese, English (TOEIC 750)
Work history: Master of Arts in Education; Teaching experience since 1985

Our Student Support


Japanese_Short_Term_Course_in_10_Oct_08 Our Student Support– Shinji Kuriyama (Student Adviser, Japanese Study Group)

 
 
 
 

Student Opinions


Victoria (Student)
“I was able to achieve my goals.” Read more
Ruben (Student)
“My Japanese has improved greatly.” Read more