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SNG Saturday Japanese Courses in Tokyo

Shinjuku Japanese Language Institute
Saturdays for 3 months between 10:00 AM ~ 13:00 PM

Program description

Saturday Japanese Courses in Tokyo

Are you new to Japan and want to start learning Japanese? Have you been living in Tokyo for some time yet never had the chance to study Japanese in a classroom setting? Do you want to improve your Japanese skills and find work in Japan? SNG created its Saturday courses, organized in three levels, to address those needs.

※ Attention: it is not possible for students attending Saturday classes to obtain a student visa!

Program content

Different levels of study

  • Learning Japanese for the first time

In the Beginner classes, you will get a strong grasp of the basics. Even for those with no Japanese experience, you will be able to start with learning hiragana and katakana. You will learn essential grammar and keigo, aiming to get a Japanese level that will allow you to communicate smoothly.
Many discussion topics will be prepared, implementing the grammar and phrases learned throughout the class. Build strong fundamentals for your Japanese and put your knowledge to practical use in real situations!

  • Survival Japanese Class

Learn words and expressions encountered in everyday scenarios via conversation. Learn how to implement useful words and phrases through mock scenarios, using locations like a supermarket, konbini and train stations. Also learn about differentiating between more formal speaking at work versus casual talk with friends. There will also be opportunities to practice Japanese by having real conversation with Japanese people. Learn about the origins of kanji, how to count strokes and stroke order, as well as *how* to study kanji (all while studying around 50 essential kanji found in daily life).

  • Business Japanese that will be useful for work

This Business Japanese class is targeted at students who have at least JLPT N3 and above. Learn numerous expressions useful for business and improve your overall work performance. The first half of the term focuses on keigo, vocabulary, business emails and more. The latter half will cover topics such as exchanging business cards, customer reception, and appropriate manners to allow you to communicate smoothly with coworkers.

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About this institute

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Shinjuku Japanese Language Institute

The Shinjuku Japanese Language Institute was founded in 1975 and is accredited by the Japanese Ministry of Education and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. It is ideally located in the student district of Takadanobaba, just a five-minute walk from the train...

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Why study at Shinjuku Japanese Language Institute

Japan ranked #1 study abroad country

Japan has been ranked the #1 study abroad country in Asia for 2020! As the nation with the third largest economy in the world, Japan is second only to Germany for being entrepreneurial, innovative, and connected. Discover this country rich with culture and incredible study opportunities.

Contact info

Shinjuku Japanese Language Institute

2-9-7 Takadanobaba Shinjuku-ku
〒169-0075 Tokyo

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