FULL-TIME INTENSIVE JAPANESE

Long-term study

Japanese is said by some to be a difficult language to learn, but by coming to Tokyo and immersing yourself in Japanese culture while studying every day, you’ll find that it can be a very enjoyable experience!

Short-term study

When studying for just one term, citizens of many countries can easily obtain tourist visas for travel to Japan. Our full-time, intensive classes allow students to completely master Japanese, whether they start as a complete beginner or as an intermediate or advanced student.

LEARNING JAPANESE

You can start by learning how to read and write the KANA on our HIRAGANA  and KATAKANA pages. We at Yoshida have developed a special KANJI study guide to help you with your test preparations. The study guide is broken up into levels corresponding to the JLPT levels.

STUDENT LIFE

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’17 January Student Visa

If you wish to studying and to acquire a Student visa at this institute, the deadline to apply for the January term is September 13, 2016. I will get your Certificate of Eligibility on November 10, 2016. You will start the January term from 10 of January 2017. Please check the official website for Long term study.

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BBQ-Party

We had a good time with our students doing a barbecue in Koganei park today !!! Today’s menu has been included variety of meats, barbecued chicken, sausages, deviled eggs, buns, salad, cookies, cakes and much more! For more, see Yoshida Institute -Facebook For more, see Yoshida Institute -Youtube

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Changing Your Visa

Changing Your Visa For those already working in Japan on working holiday visa or some other type of working visa, it is possible to change your visa to a student visa without leaving the country. Please contact us for more information.

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’16 Autumn STUDENT VISA

If you wish to studying and to acquire a Student visa at this institute, the deadline to apply for the October term is May 27, 2016. I will get your Certificate of Eligibility on August 25, 2016. You will start the Autumn term from 11 of October 2016. Please check the official website for Long term study.

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Let’s study Japanese

It is strongly recommended that you familiarize yourself with hiragana and katakana before the first lesson. Japanese kana are much simpler, the way something is written is the way it sounds. FREE DOWNLOAD (PDF) Learn how to read and write Japanese (Hiragana,Katakana and Kanji) on our pages.

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Let’s enjoy studying Japanese with us!

The Yoshida Institute of Japanese Language welcomes students from around the world. Every year peole from Eurpe, North and South America, Asia and otherareas come to experience living and learning with us. Please check the official website for Long term study. short term study.

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Learning Kanji

Learning method of kanji and writing order.In this section you will learn about the following: This Kanji has three readings. This Kanji has two readings.

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The Winter Holidays

We are looking forward to winter break ! We will be closed from December 19(Sat.) through January 6(Wed.) for the Winter holidays. On New Year’s Day, many Japanese people visit neighborhood shrines. How do you spend the New Year? See The Winter Holidays for a more detaied schedule.

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’16 April student visa

If you wish to studying and to acquire a Student visa at this institute, the deadline to apply for the April term is November 17, 2015. I will get your Certificate of Eligibility on February 25, 2016.You will start the April term from 4 of April 2016. Please check the official website for Long term study

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JLPT

The JLPT evaluates only a student’s ability to understand Japanese language while the entrance exam covers both language skills and specific subject knowledge. Students looking to gauge their progress in Japanese often use the JLPT as a measure. Students in our full-time courses prepare for the test twice a week during in the fall. We will do our best to pass the JLPT / EJU.

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The orientation (October)

The orientation is from 10:00 a.m. October 5, 2015. We will give you a placement test and consult with you to determine which level is best for you on the same day. We provide the lesson four per day from Monday to Friday. The morning lesson is 9:00 – 12:20 (Advanced, Intermediate’s Classes ) The afternoon lesson is 13:20 -16:40. ( Beginner’s Classes ) The lessons are taught entirely in Japanese and also since the textbook is written in hiragana and katakana, it is strongly recommended that you familiarize yourself with hiragana and katakana before the first lesson. Feel free to use these hiragana and katakana study aids to help

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You can’t study all the time!

Our students are able to enjoy the rich environment of Tokyo and its surroundings and all that Japan has to offer. Let’s go to the Nikko!! We go to Nikko by buses on Thursday, November 19, 2015. Nikko is a small town 135km north of Tokyo, and one of Japan’s best touristic destination.

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’16 January Short term Study

This course is for those who can’t study in Japan for a long time.Each class runs for a little over three hours and during that time students work on improving speaking, reading, writing and listening skills. You will start the winter(January) term from 7 of January 2016. The orientation is from 10:00 a.m. on January 5, 2016. We will give you a placement test and consult with you to determine which level is best for you on the same day. We provide the lesson four per day from Monday to Friday. The morning lesson is 9:00 – 12:20 (Advanced, Intermediate’s Classes ) The afternoon lesson is 13:20 -16:40. ( Beginner’s

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welcome

The Yoshida Institute of Japanese Language offers a wide variety of classes for students seeking to learn Japanese. Whether you’re a complete beginner or an advanced student, we can help you! Come learn Japanese in the exciting city of Tokyo! “Long term study” or “Short term study“

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