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2016.07.21
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Japanese language course lesson August

◇ Classes at Azabu Juban School ◇

*Please choose the most suitable one for you.

*A minimum of 2 students is required to start a course.

1.Beginners’ Course 【Level 1 Step 1】 One person waiting

   Wednesday & Friday / 18:00 – 19:30       

   Aug. 24 – Oct. 14

   Tuition Fee : 45,900 yen for 15 lessons (3,065 yen per lesson)

 

2.Beginners’ Course 【Level 1 Step 1】 One person waiting

    Saturday/ 10:00 – 12:00 

    Aug. 27 – Oct. 29

   Tuition Fee : 43,200 yen for 10 lessons (4,320 yen per lesson)

 

3.Beginners’ Course 【Level 1 Step 1】  Tentative

   Tuesday & Thursday / 10:30 – 12:00       

   Aug. 23 – Oct. 13

   Tuition Fee : 45,900 yen for 15 lessons (3,065 yen per lesson)

 

4.Beginners’ Course 【Level 1 Step 1】 Tentative

   Wednesday & Friday / 13:00 – 14:30       

   Aug. 24 – Oct. 14

   Tuition Fee : 45,900 yen for 15 lessons (3,065 yen per lesson)

 

5.Beginners’ Course 【Level 1 Step 2】    One person waiting

   Wednesday & Friday / 19:00 – 20:30       

   Aug. 24 – Oct. 14  

   Tuition Fee : 45,900 yen for 15 lessons (3,065 yen per lesson)

 

6.Beginners’ Course 【Level 2 Step 1】  one person waiting

   Tuesday & Thursday / 10:00 – 11:30

   Sep. 6 – Oct. 27

   Tuition Fee : 45,900 yen for 15 lessons (3,065 yen per lesson)

 

【For your level reference】

The figures below show the approx. number of study hours

required to start each level.

Beginners’ Course Level 1 (JBPbook1) Step1:No experience

Step2:22.5hours

Step3:45 hours

Step4:67.5 hours

Beginners’ Course Level 2 (JBPbook2) Step1 approx.80hours
Beginners’ Course Level 3 (JBPbook3) Step1 approx.180hours
Free level-checking will be provided to determine your suitable class.

 

7.Survival Course  One person waiting

    Friday / 18:00 – 19:30

    Aug. 27 – Oct. 29

    Tuition Fee : 30,650 yen for 10 lessons (3,065yen per lesson)

 

8.Japanese character   Course                      One person waiting

    Tuesday & Thursday / 20:00 – 21:00

    Aug. 30 – Oct. 4 

    Tuition Fee : 19,440 yen for 10 lessons (1,944yen per lesson)

 

9.Intermediate conversation Course Tentative

    Friday / 18:00 – 20:00

    Aug. 26 – Nov. 11

    Tuition Fee : 43,200 yen for 10 lessons (4,320yen per lesson)

 

10.Bisiness Japanese Course One person waiting

    Saturday / 13:30 – 15:30

    Aug. 27 – Oct. 29

    Tuition Fee : 43,200 yen for 10 lessons (4,320yen per lesson)

 

Targeting July’s test

11.JLPT Preparation N1 Course  Tentative   

      Saturday / 10:00-12:00

      Aug. 27 – Oct. 29

      Tuition : 43,200 yen for 10 lessons (4,320 yen per lesson)

 

12.JLPT Preparation N2 Course One person waiting

      Saturday / 13:00-15:00

      Aug. 27- Oct. 29

      Tuition : 45,900 yen for 10 lessons (4,320 yen per lesson)

 

13.JLPT Preparation N3 Course Tantative

      Wednesday/ 18:00-20:00 

      Aug. 24 – Oct. 26          

      Tuition : 43,200 yen for 10 lessons (4,320 yen per lesson)

 

・ For all the classes above, no fees for registration and facility are required, but for textbook needed.

・ As for the already-started classes above, there are some openings. Please contact NIC for further information.

 

  • The classes can be set up when two or more students are available.
  • The schedule is subject to change.
  • Non-refundable tuition.
  • No lessons on national holidays.
  • No make-up lessons for absence.

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2016.07.20
Japanese Culture

July Guide Sign

Mid-summer is just around the corner.

Edamame or Green soybeans are essential for drinking beer or sake.

It’s a big relief to have a glass of beer with edamame as an appetizer after work.in mid-summer.

Edamame beans are harvested while the beans are still young and soft. They taste sweeter.

Edamame literally means “stem bean”, because the beans are often sold while still attached to the stem.

According to the earliest document, the term “edamame” dates to 1275,

when the Japanese monk wrote a note thanking a parishioner for the gift of “edamame”.

How to Select Fresh Green Soybeans: Choose beans that are crisp and fee from stains

How to cook: Put pods in boiling water. Commonly salt is used for taste,

either dissolved in the boiling water or added after cooking.

Edamame is a natural source of many essential nutrients like soy beans products.

Edamame is available frozen all year, but now is the best time for enjoy fresh edamame.

It has been a long-history snack with nutritional punch to survive Japan’s hot and wet summer.

Ancestors’ wisdom should be appreciated.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016.07.03
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Biginner’s Course 【Level1 Step1】:One person waiting

<One person waiting>

Biginner’s Course Level1 Step1(evening)

Friday / 6:30pm-8:30pm

July 15-Sep. 23 (except Aug.12)

Tuition Fee 43,200 yen for 10 lessons(4,320yen per lesson)

Textbook:Japanese for Busy PeopleⅠ

If you are interested please contact us by e-mail.

info@nicjapanese.com

2016.06.30
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Biginner’s Course【Level 2 Step1】:One person waiting

<One person waiting>

Biginner’s Course Level1 Step2

Friday / 10:00am-12:00pm

July 8 – Sep. 16(except Aug.12)

Tuition Fee 43,200 yen for 10 lessons(4,320yen per lesson) 

Text book:Japanese for Busy people book Ⅱ

If you are interested please contact us by e-mail.

info@nicjapanese.com

2016.06.28
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Intermediate conversation course:One person waiting

<One person waiting>

Intermediate conversation Course

Mon.&Wed. /10:30-12:00

July 11 – Sep.7

Tuition Fee : 45,900 yen for 15 lessons (3,065yen per lesson)

Textbook:Mababou Nihongo Intermediate(学ぼう日本語 中級)

If you are interested please contact us by e-mail.

info@nicjapanese.com

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