This week’s weather was quite warm for November, but when it is a little bit colder, everyone starts thinking about eating something hot, like “oden”, or going to Japanese onsen, or simply putting on something warm and getting under a
Teaching Japanese as a foreign language may seem to be something very alien and unusual, but in reality we had a few inquiries from international students who are interested in following this career.
So today we are concerned to find out
Today we are going to continue our series of articles on learning Japanese for beginners, and this is a second part of the JLPT N5 basics. If you have missed the first part, you can check it here: Learning Japanese
Today we are starting out a series of articles, where we are going to discuss topics related to learning Japanese language. And as today is our first day of the series, we are going to focus on basics. 🙂
After class activities in Japanese language schools offer many possibilities to experience Japan and its culture, and in many cases this is a very affordable and even cheap way that we recommend to foreign students coming to Japan for study.
So your dream is to come to Japan but you wonder, is it really possible to go to Japan without any Japanese?
First of all, don’t worry! The answer to the above question is absolute YES. But … it has some
Japanese Language School – think of it as your first step to living in Japan as a foreign student. By learning Japanese at one of many modern language schools, you will not only be able to learn the language, but
Spend your Summer in Japan, sharing your time between learning the language (each weekday morning) and visits/trips, cultural activities and discoveries of some of Japan’s most extraordinary places (Mount Fuji, Hakone, Kyoto …).
Live the true Japanese life and practice
Here is a guide to know (almost) everything about Oshôgatsu (お正月), the Japanese new year – a very important time in Japan. As you will see, the weight of Tradition is particularly strong during this period.
Before Oshôgatsu, here is the
Many young people smoke pot (on a regular basis). As our business is to help people come to Japan, we thought we should write about that topic. That’s very important because the way Japanese see marijuana is very different from