Courses and Fees


1 Lesson = ¥970(Japanese yen)~
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Ticket Course

You can take a lesson anytime on flexible lesson schedule.

Cource Number of tickets Price (exc. Tax) Per lesson Valid for
A 3 tickets ¥3,000 ¥1,000 3 months
5 tickets ¥5,000
10 tickets ¥10,000
15 tickets ¥14,700 ¥980
20 tickets ¥19,400 ¥970

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※If you purchase the tickets in addition within the expiration date, all the tickets will be extended to the latest expiration date.
※You can book and take a lesson up to the lesson starting from 11:30pm (Japan time) of the expiration day.

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Please note that you cannot roll over your lesson to the next day.


  • Each lesson is 25 minutes
  • It is possible to change the time of a lesson or cancel up to 10 minutes before the lesson's start time. (However because the final lesson of the day is from 11:30 p.m. To 11:55 p.m., lessons cannot be changed to a time after 11:30. Please be careful when making reservations.)
  • You are allowed to re-schedule a lesson in the case that the instructor does not show up to the lesson on time. Please let us ( know if your instructor doesn’t show up.
  • Please be reminded that the purchased ticket cannot be refunded even if it is unused.

Payment Methods

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Lesson Topics

You can take our lessons to improve your Japanese skills for business, or for personal goals, at the level that best fits you. The following contents are example of the lessons. Please let them know what you want to learn about!

Course No. of Lessons Program
Japanese for Traveling

Beginner to Intermediate

Learn lots of useful expressions for travelling in Japan, such as sightseeing, using public transport, asking for directions, ordering food and drinks, and phrases in case of sickness or injury. You’ll also get to know proper etiquette at onsen (hot springs), ryokan (traditional inn) and different types of restaurants, as well as how to make friends with Japanese people!

Useful Expressions
10- 15 ・Greetings
・Introducing yourself
・Using Taxis
・Using buses, trains and shinkansen
・Asking for directions
・Staying at hotels
・Ordering at a Café/ restaurant
・Ordering at a fast food restaurant
・Ordering at a Sushi restaurant
・Going to hot springs
・Staying at Japanese-style inn
・Accidents and troubles
・Sickness and injury
・Making friends with Japanese people
General Conversation

Beginner to Intermediate

This course is ideal for those living in Japan, with little previous experience of Japanese. Learn important phrases for daily situations such as greetings, going to the bank, getting your haircut and making restaurant reservations. Courses also cover some vocabulary, grammar and kanji.

Useful ExpressionsExercise
15~20 ・Introducing yourself
・Thanks, apologies
・Year, month, date, day
・Making a reservation at a restaurant
・Visiting a home
・Making a call
・Using a bank and a post office
・Going to a government office
・Going to a beauty salon
・Going to a hospital
・Useful Expressions in general conversation
Japanese Culture/ Habit

Beginner to Advanced

If you’re interested in knowing more about Japanese culture and behavior, this course is perfect for you. Learn about annual events, holidays, living in a Japanese home and so on. This is a great way to prepare for a homestay or to understand more about Japanese life.
5~10 ・Annual Events in Japan
・Public holidays, National holidays
・Etiquette at Japanese home
・Table manners
・How to visit a shrine
Japanese Dialect

Beginner to Advanced

This short course is a unique insight into Japanese dialects. You can learn about the origin of Japanese dialects, characteristics in each area and useful expressions. For those studying the Japanese language or living in the countryside where a dialect is spoken, this course will help improve your specialist knowledge.

Useful Expressions in dialect
3~5 ・Origin of Japanese dialects, distribution
・Useful expressions
Job Hunting

Intermediate to Advanced

Learn expressions and manners used in the Japanese job hunting process. Everything from the basic flow of job hunting to how to write an application form to proper conduct in an interview, we’ll teach you all you need to know to secure your dream job in Japan. The course covers vocabulary, grammar and fluency too.

Information, Flow
Useful Expressions
10~15 ・Basic procedure and flow of job hunting
・Manners (costume, appearance)
・How to write an application form and curriculum vitae
・Correction of an application form and curriculum vitae
・Basic polite expressions
・How to write a business mail
・How to make a call(make an appointment)
・How to make a call (thanks, apologies)
・How to make a call(change the schedule)
・How to receive a call
・Basic manners/rules at job interview
・Q&A practice
Japanese for Business

Intermediate to Advanced

Learn polite Japanese for conducting business in Japan. This course includes business card exchange, making and receiving calls, emails, useful expressions for meetings plus the important polite form of Keigo. Vocabulary, writing and business manners are also covered.

Useful Expressions
How to write am Email, Document, Report
Business Manner
15~20 ・Introducing yourself
・Exchanging business card
・How to make a call(transfer call, absence of a person in charge)
・How to receive a call(pass the message)
・How to receive a call(refuse)
・How to make a call(ask for transfer)
・How to make a call(make an appointment)
・How to make a call(ask to leave a message)
・Useful Expressions at business scene
・How to send an Email(request, inquiry)
・How to send an Email(answer, thanks)
Nursing Care

Beginner to Advanced

This course is designed for those who work or wish to work as a care worker. Learn the basic conversations between workers and patients, such as assistance for waking up, eating, changing clothes, recreating and night care. You’ll improve your communication skills which are essential to a job as a care worker. This course includes vocabulary, kanji and grammar.

Useful Expressions
15~20 ・Greetings
・Introducing yourself
・Waking up
・Changing clothes
・Assistance for eating
・Assistance for transfer
・Cleaning up
・Helping toilet
・Picking up
・Changing body position
・Night care
・Report to the other staff

Beginner to Advanced (N1 – N5)

Pass the JLPT with flying colors with our intensive preparation course. Experienced teachers will support you in studying for an upcoming JLPT examination according to your level. The number of lessons vary according to the level of test you plan to take.
*No. of lessons: Dependant on level ・Kanji
・Reading comprehension
・Listening comprehension

Prepare for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test according to the each level (N1- N5) and focus on your weal point.