Tokyo's biggest language school Akamonkai launched an online beginner Japanese course with Go! Go! Nihon! In this intensive 12-week course, you will gain a solid foundation of the Japanese language thanks to the techniques and materials used by the experienced teachers of Akamonkai Language School.
If you would like to prepare for a trip to Japan or you're short on time and don't want to commit to a 12-week course, we have the perfect alternative for you! In our very own Go! Go! Nihon Japanese Crash Course, we will teach you the basics of Japanese needed for traveling and getting around in everyday life in Japan.
If you already have a solid foundation of Japanese and you are somewhere between N5 and N4 level, take the next step on your Japanese journey with our Akamonkai Pre-intermediate course. In this intensive 12-week course, you will build upon your Japanese foundation all the way to JLPT N4 in a fast, effective manner.
Onomatopoeia are words that phonetically imitate sounds such as "doki doki" (heartbeat) "pera pera" (fluent) and "pika pika" (sparkling). Onomatopoeia are often overlooked when learning Japanese but they are widely used in everyday life. In this course, you will learn more than 200 common onomatopoeia.
Kansai-ben is the Japanese dialect spoken in the Kansai region of Japan, which includes popular cities such as Osaka, Kobe, and Kyoto. If you are planning to travel to or live in Kansai or you're simply curious about it, take our course to learn the differences between standard Japanese and Kansai-ben.
In this course, the experienced teachers of the Tokyo Galaxy Japanese Language School walk you through the Japanese Language Proficiency Tes N3 level and teach you their tips and tricks to make sure you are set up for success! Please note that this course does not cover all the materials you need to learn for the JLPT N3. It is meant as a supplementary course.
Learn essential skills you need to succeed in a Japanese workplace, from mastering Keigo to understanding the minutiae of Japanese business etiquette. Perfect for anyone who wants to work in Japan and who doesn't yet have a good grasp of Keigo, business Japanese language, and Japanese business culture and etiquette.