Class Hours a Year

▶1st semester:April~June / 2nd semester:July~September / 3rd semester:October~December / 4th semester:January~March
▶Holidays:Semester-end holidays 1 week / Summer holidays 3 weeks / Winter holidays 2weeks / Spring holidays 3weeks
▷Class days a year : 190-200 days / Class hours a year : 760-800 hours

Class Levels and Study Hours

A completion of Beginner-2 is equivalent to JLPT-N4.
The study period from Beginner-intermediate to Intermediate-1 is equivalent to JLPT-N3 level.
The study period of Intermediate-2 is equivalent to JLPT-N2, and Advanced level is equivalent to JLPT-N1 level.

*The curriculum of beginner level differs depending on each class, so the start time of intermediate level also may be different.

Class Schedule (example of intermediate level)

The beginner level offers the studies of four skills “Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening” using a comprehensive textbook to solidify the foundation of Japanese.
A comprehensive textbook, and grammar materials as JLPT and EJU exam measures are used during the period from beginner-intermediate to intermediate-1.
From Intermediate-2, there are lessons using a general textbook and grammar materials, and in addition to elective lessons for the college entrance exam measures for one or two days a week.
▷Morning Class:09:00~12:20
▷Afternoon Class:13:00~16:20

Teaching Materials

Comprehensive Textbook

  • Minna no Nihongo 1
  • Minna no Nihongo 2
  • Chukyu e Iko
  • Chukyu o Manabo 1
  • Chukyu o Manabo 2
  • Nihon bunka wo yomu

Grammar Teaching Materials

  • TRY! N3
  • TRY! N2
  • TRY! N1

Exam Preparation Materials

  • Training for Listening (Foundation ver・Practical ver)
  • Training for Reading (Foundation ver・Practical ver)
  • Complete Review (Vocabulary・Listening comprehension・Reading comprehension)
  • Workbook (Listening comprehension・Reading comprehension)
  • EJU Past Exams
  • JLPT Practice Exams

Other Teaching Materials

  • 15minutes of Kanji practice per a day
  • Practice Method of Research Planning
  • Realia such as Newspapers and Magazines

Teaching materials are sometimes changed to improve the curriculum.