We offer “tutoring” rather than just lessons. Our well-experienced instructors instruct you in each area of the test: reading, listening, vocabulary and grammar. Following the course curriculum, your tutor encourages you to achieve your best.
The revised JLPT test was introduced in 2010. For the revised test, which is task-based, you can learn test-specific strategies as well as improve your knowledge of Japanese.
In order to find the best way for you to learn, we offer a free level check and study consultation.
Mock Exams / Test Practice
Frequent mock exams are provided during the course in order to check your progress, and also to familiarise you with the atmosphere of the test.
Japanese Language Proficiency Test(JLPT)Preparatory
including 10% consumption tax
2 HOURS ONCE A WEEK
1.5 HOURS TWICE A WEEK
|LESSONS / WEEK
|FEE / LESSON
- A course starts when a minimum of 2 people enroll.
- Textbook is not included in the fee.
- No refund for any reason.
The Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) is designed to evaluate and certify the Japanese language proficiency of non-native speakers of Japanese. The JLPT is the largest Japanese-language test in the world. Use of JLPT results has expanded from skill measurement to include employment screening and evaluating for promotion and pay raises.
The JLPT has five levels (N1, N2, N3, N4, and N5) measuring Japanese-language communicative competence through three elements: 1) “Language knowledge” to measure knowledge of Japanese vocabulary and grammar, and 2) “Reading” and 3) “Listening” to measure ability to use the knowledge in actual communication. The JLPT does not include to measure speaking or writing proficiency directly.
2,000 kanji / 10,000 words / after studying approximately 900 hours
The ability to understand Japanese used in a variety of circumstance, e.g. the ability to read newspaper editorials and critiques, to comprehend news report and lectures spoken at natural speed.
1,000 kanji / 6,000 words / after studying approximately 600 hours
The ability to understand Japanese in everyday situations, e.g. reading newspaper articles and simple critiques, comprehending news report spoken at nearly natural speed.
The ability to understand Japanese used in everyday situations to a certain degree, e.g. a grasp summary information such as newspaper headlines, to comprehend conversation in everyday situations spoken at near-natural speed.
300 kanji / 1,500 words / after studying approximately 300 hours
The ability to understand basic Japanese, e.g. to understand passages on familiar daily topics written in basic vocabulary and kanji, comprehending conversations in daily life spoken slowly.
100 kanji / 800 words / after studying approximately 150 hours
The ability to understand some basic Japanese e.g. to understand typical expressions and sentences written in hiragana, katakana and basic kanji, and can comprehend conversations about topics regularly encountered in daily life and classroom situations spoken slowly.