Those who cannot attend due to work during the day, or those who want to learn Japanese in the evening while working part-time on a working holiday visa. We also offer the best programs for those who want to learn at night in addition to daytime Japanese classes, those who want to work in Japan and those who want to improve their business Japanese and conversation skills.
|Course Period||November 16th (Mon) – February 18th (Thu) 10 weeks|
|Fee||10 weeks: ¥116,500 (admission fee + tuition fee + teaching material fee + facility fee included）
10% discount on tuition fees when combined with Short-Term Standard Course!
(After applying the discount: 108,000 JPY)
|Lesson||Monday – Thursday (4 days a week)|
|Time||18:30 – 21:00 (45 minutes x 3 lessons)|
|Japanese level||Beginner (up to N4 level) to intermediate (up to N3 level)|
|Classes||Beginner I / II
* The course may be postponed if there is less than 10 people
|Class size||Up to 20 people|
* You can apply on a weekly basis from a minimum of 4 weeks. (April 2020 – March 2021 / Prices in JPY)
|Duration||1 term (10 weeks)||4 weeks||5 weeks||6 weeks||7 weeks||8 weeks||9 weeks|
|Basic Japanese lessons for those who want to work in Japan.
|The Beginner I level aims to help students overcome their fear of making mistakes when they speak, by improving their communication skills. Students will learn survival Japanese and basic vocabulary, and will become able to handle simple conversations in a limited number of situations. The Beginner II course puts an even greater focus on conversation practice and vocabulary building, allowing students to master basic Japanse.|
|Business Japanese that you can learn in practical classes!
|In the beginner-intermediate level, we aim to improve the quantity and quality of Japanese communication. We aim to be able to have conversations and make calls in a wider range of situations. There are also classes that focus on Japanese business etiquette and job hunting activities in Japan, so you can learn an introduction to business Japanese based on Japanese business situations and how to write a resume.|
ISI Language School, new annex, which is a 1-minute walk from the Toyama Exit of JR Takadanobaba Station, will be the course location. With the latest ICT equipment, there is a Japanese-style room where you can experience traditional Japanese culture, and a consultation booth for individual counseling, creating an environment where you can work on your studies with peace of mind.