Learn Japanese in Tokyo
Tokyo is a city where you never get bored. It has different personalities. Every time you pop out of metro you happen to be in another world. It's amazing to see an old traditional Japanese house surrounded by modern skyscrapers. Tokyo consists of 23 districts, with the population more than 9 million people, and almost on 15 million including the surrounding city areas! In fact Tokyo is one of the largest cities of the world. Despite it, and also the high cost of housing, it is regularly chosen as one of the most convenient for living world's cities.
Our Japanese school is in the center of Tokyo, near the station to Shinjuku. It's in the heart of the city's entertainment center with restaurants, bars, night clubs all around! Once living in Shinjuku you will never forget its charm, and you will see, and meet some of the most interesting people in the world in only several meters from where you have your Japanese classes every day. You'll be able to say "I've been to Tokyo" in Japanese: "東京に行ったことがある".
Japanese Language School in Tokyo
9 classrooms, maximum 90 students
Classrooms are equipped with DVD players, stereos, whiteboards, and are fully air-
Disabled student access: Wheelchair accessible. The school is located on the 3rd and 5th floors of the building, reachable by elevator.
Average classroom size: about 4m x 3.5m
Internet access: Multiple computers with Internet, Japanese study software and office
applications are provided exclusively for student use, and free wireless Internet is available
for students with their own laptops.
There is an Internet café 100 meters from the school, open 24 hours.
Phone: There are no payphones in school, and students cannot use the school telephone
for personal calls. Students must rent a cellphone, or use payphones outside the school.
Large student lounge area, with TV, movie projector, videogames, manga/anime library,
free coffee and tea, etc.
Free DVD/CD rentals, textbook library available.
Disabled student access: No wheelchair access. The school is on the second floor, and only
reachable by stairs.
Japanese Courses in TokyoBooking fee: ¥10,750
Classes per week: Group 20h , Group 25h , Individual
Textbook/materials fee: ¥10,750
Maximum 7 students per class.
Average number of students per class: Low season: 4. High season (July/August): 6
All students are placed in a class at the appropriate ability level, regardless of whether
other students are there or not. So, if a student is the only person at his/her Japanese
ability level, we provide private classes for that student. In this case, the total number of
class hours will be reduced.
Teachers speak English as well as Japanese. We use this to simplify study, by explaining
in English where absolutely necessary, or relating Japanese grammar to English grammar.
This is especially useful at the lower ability levels.
Classes focus on practical communication skills first and foremost. Speaking and listening
are given highest priority.
- Standard Japanese (20 hours per week)
- Japanese Plus Conversation (25 hours per week)
- Japanese Plus Traditional Culture (25 hours per week)
- Japanese Plus Pop Culture (25 hours per week)
- Japanese Plus Activities (25 hours per week)
Course fee (In Japanese Yen)
|Course type||Weekly tuition|
|Type of payment||fee|
|Private class||¥6,500 per class|
|High season surcharge||¥3,250 per week|
Note: Plus tuition applies to the following courses: Japanese Plus Conversation, Japanese Plus Traditional Culture, Japanese Plus Pop Culture, Japanese Plus Activities
High season surcharge applies to any week starting in July and August.
Language learning and cultural activities
Generally, 6-8 extra-curricular activities are held per week.
Example cultural activities:
Trip to local "onsen" hot springs 700 yen
Overnight trip (includes transport, accommodation, entry to hot springs, cultural activities, and food) 12,500 yen
Day trip 7,000 yen
Movie night - big-screen movies at the school free
Japanese game night - learn traditional games such as hanafuda free
Beach barbecue 3000 yen
Floating restaurant where you catch your own fish ~3,500 yen
Street stall dining (a local specialty) ~2,000 yen
Karaoke competition ~1,500 yen
Beer factory tour 500 yen
Japanese Tea ceremony experience class 3,150 yen
Calligraphy class for beginners 3,150 yen
Making soba (Japanese noodles) 1,500 yen
Kimono fitting 3,1500 yen
Tour a manga art school free
Cherry-blossom viewing party, with food and drink 1000 yen
Accommodation in Tokyo
Student accommodation information is generally provided to the agency about a month in
advance of the student’s start date.
1. Homestay with a Japanese family
2. Private room in guesthouse/residence
3. Shared room in a residence
4. Private apartment
Accommodation fees (In Japanese Yen)
|Private Homestay||¥30,240||¥4,320||Including breakfast. Dinner is ¥540 per night.|
|Private Residence||¥15,000||¥2,150||All rooms are private but bathrooms are shared.|
|Private Apartment||¥28,000||¥4,000||Walking distance to school. Two-person apartment are also available.|
|Shared Residence||¥11,000||¥1,600||Shared bedrooms in a residence with shared facilities.|
Placement fee: ¥19,500
Airport pickup: ¥20,000 each way.
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