Study 4 days a week for all the basic reading and speaking tools you will need
Our Japanese Daily course will help you navigate the day – to – day experiences that you will have in Japan – allowing you to comfortably live as a resident in Japanese. This course takes you from zero Japanese – to expressing ideas and opinions and making small talk in social situations – as well as completing daily tasks – such as talking about bills, and ordering at a restaurant.
Coto Japanese Club’s Japanese language courses are made up of small groups so that we can focus on improving the conversation skills of each individual. Professional native instructors encourage effective conversation practice under a relaxed atmosphere so that you can learn comfortably and effectively.
This course is designed for students with little to no Japanese ability. And is perfect for new residents in Tokyo.
IMPORTANT: Our Course pricing will be updated from April 22nd 2019 – you can view our updated course pricing here: New Course Pricing
Size: Max 8 students (average 3-6)
Date: Tuesday to Friday
Time: 9:10 – 11:00 or 11:10 – 13:00
Course Fees: 8 weeks ¥150,000 / 4 weeks ¥80,000 / 1 week ¥22,000
February 5 – March 1
March 5 – March 29
April 2 – April 26
May 7 – May 31
June 4 – June 28
July 2– July 26
July 30 – August 23
September 3 – September 27
October 1 – October 25
October 29 – November 22
November 26 – December 20
Japanese Living Skills – 4 weeks
You will learn: You will learn the most essential Japanese to enjoy an independent life in Japan. We will cover how to read Hiragana and Japanese Numbers / Counting. Fun activity based lessons will let you practice Japanese outside of the classroom.
Course Topics: Introductions, Asking Directions, Ordering Food, Shopping, Asking permission etc.
Textbook: Nihongo Fun&Easy Unit 1-6
Japanese Social Skills – 4 weeks
You will learn: How to communicate in a wide range of daily situations with your friends and neighbors. This portion of the course will prepare you for everyday social settings. You will also learn Katakana, dates and time.
Course Topics: Talking about our daily lives, expressing opinions and preferences, useful social small talk, Invitations.
Textbook: Nihongo Fun&Easy Unit 7-12