Learn Japanese in Japan

On the westernmost of Japan's four major islands, Fukuoka lies in the heart of the Fukuoka Plains and is bordered on three sides by mountains, opening into the Sea of Genkai to the North. Fukuoka is renowned for its cuisine (the city has more restaurants per person than anywhere else in Japan) and its friendly and warm-hearted people, making it the perfect city to learn Japanese in Japan.

Located on Honshu, Japan's Main Island, on the west coast between the mountains and the sea, Kanazawa is a modern city, yet has a history and is one of Japan's foremost castle towns. The city boasts many places of historic and aesthetic places of interest including one of the three most beautiful gardens in Japan. Cheaper than Tokyo and only 4 hours away by train. Learn Japanese in Japan in a small professional school with a more of a family atmosphere. The school is aimed more toward short term study programs, 2, 3 or 4 weeks long in length. The program provides host family accommodation.

 

Live & Learn in the Home of your Own Personal Teacher in the Tokyo Region:

We offer this unique way to learn a language, studying and living in the home of your own personal teacher. We offer a choice of 10, 15, 20, 25 or 30 hours of personal teaching per week plus 3 meals a day. Programs are suitable for students of any age and all levels of language skills.

About Japan

Learn Japanese in Japan, a country comprised of more than three thousand islands in the Pacific Ocean. Four of these, the largest, make up most of the country, and many are volcanic. When you choose to learn Japanese in Japan, you will also learn about its long and rich history, with evidence of humans first occupying the area dating back to around 30,000 BC. Today, the country’s culture is influenced by those in Asia, North America and Europe. Japan has many traditional crafts, such as origami, and interesting performances including Bunraku, a type of theater involving puppets, all of this you will be able to experience as you learn Japanese in Japan. Fascinating and complex tea ceremonies are also practiced here. The country’s cuisine commonly includes rice and noodles, and some dish types are eaten around the world, for example sushi, sashimi and tempura. But while Japan practices many traditions, the country is also extremely technologically innovative.

Learn Japanese in Japan an experience the vast array of nature. Most of the country is covered by forested mountains, and most of the parts which can be inhabited are beside the coast. The country’s climate varies greatly, resulting in some areas having hot summers and others being cool. Some islands, where you may learn Japanese in Japan, have heavy snow in the winter, but Japan has over one thousand beaches. Many of these are picture-perfect, with turquoise water and pale sand, and another - the Ocean Dome - is one of the world’s largest artificial indoor sea beaches. All of this you will be able to see for yourself when as learn Japanese in Japan.

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