- 3 months （9 to10 weeks）
- Starting Month of Each Term
- January, April, July, and October
(Admission to the program may be made at any time during the term until classes reach their maximum enrollment.)
- 1 or 2 days per week
- Early Morning, Afternoon, Evening and Saturday
- Business people, embassy staff, corporate trainees, expatriate families and other adult foreigners
- From elementary (those who have no Japanese study experience) to highly advanced (those who have passed JLPT N1/BJT J1 or with higher Japanese proficiency)
- Number of Students
- 2 to 10 students per class （up to 18 students for test prep. classes）
- 17,000 yen to 75,000 yen （including consumption tax）
- Teaching Material Fees
- 500 yen to 4,000 yen
Each term runs 3 months (10 weeks), making it a 4-term academic year. You may enroll in any term. Also, the admission to the classes may be made at any time during the term until they reach their maximum enrollment. The tuition will be prorated according to the number of remaining lessons.
- School is closed on Sundays, holidays and School Foundation Day.
- No classes will be offered during the Golden Week (for about a week) in the Spring Term and during the summer break in the Summer Term.
Class information, such as level, instructor(s), dates & time, tuition, etc., is listed by course (Early Morning, Afternoon, Evening and Saturday).
Click here to see the details of the classes.
Various level classes are offered, from very elementary (those who have no experience studying Japanese) to highly advanced (those who passed JLPT N1 or higher).
Yardstick (by JLPT grade）
Yardstick of JLPT grades
From the JLPT official website
There are 5 levels, from N1 to N5.
- Ｎ1 or over
- The ability to understand Japanese used in a variety of circumstances.
- The ability to understand Japanese used in everyday situations, and in a variety of circumstances to a certain degree.
- The ability to understand Japanese used in everyday situations to a certain degree.
- The ability to understand basic Japanese.
- The ability to understand some basic Japanese.
- Highly AdvancedＮ1 passing level（those who passed JLI interview test ）
- AdvancedＮ1 applying level or higher
- Intermediate 2Ｎ2 passing level
- Intermediate 1Ｎ2 applying level
- Pre-Intermediate 2Ｎ3 passing level
- Pre-Intermediate 1Ｎ4 passing level
- Basic 2Ｎ5 passing level
- Basic 1From the very beginners to N5 applying level