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Japanese Group Courses ScheduleNew!!

Group Lesson Collaborative Learning Daily Conversation Group Courses Beginner level Level 1 Once a week Fridays 9:00 - 10:20 (JST) Now accepting applications for the course starting March 1, 2024 Level 1 Once a week Wednesdays 20:00 - 21:20 (JST) Now accepting applications for the course starting March 6, 2024 Level 1 Twice a week Tuesdays and […]

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One-Month Pilot Learning: Your Gateway to language(s) MasteryNew!!

Ready on the exciting yet challenging journey of mastering a new language? We Languages welcomes you with the perfect launchpad – introducing the One-Month Pilot. What's in the Pilot? Our One-Month Pilot is your key to an immersive language experience. Here's what you get: Private Lessons: Your Personalized Journey Group Lessons: Community Learning For those […]

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Ochazuke Savvy

We - Online Open Campus: Food&Drinks Enrollments Now Open! Local Delicacies: Ochazuke [Jan. 27th Sat.] Lesson Preview “Ochazuke,” a convenient and easily enjoyed dish, remains popular across generations. The basic ochazuke involves placing ingredients on top of rice and pouring hot tea or hot water over it. In recent years, there have been variations where […]

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Why is Sake So Tasty?

We - Online Open Campus: Food&Drinks Enrollments Now Open! World Spirits: Japanese Sake [Jan. 19th Fri.] Lesson Preview Student: Following on from Japanese cuisine, people from all over the world have a growing interest in Japanese sake. I like it as well. Several uncommon kanji terms are written on the labels of sake bottles, but […]

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Unraveling the Secrets of Natto

We - Online Open Campus: Food&Drinks Enrollments Now Open! Must-Try Dishes: Natto [Jan. 25th Thu.] Lesson Introduction: Welcome to the World of Natto! What is Natto? At first glance, Natto might seem like just fermented soybeans, but it's a culinary masterpiece born from the unique fermentation process. The result? A dish with a texture like […]

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Hanafuda: A Journey Through the Flower Cards

We - Online Open Campus: Art & Culture Enrollments Now Open! Global Games Galore: Hanafuda [Jan. 23rd Tue.] Lesson Introduction: the Beauty and Tradition of Hanafuda The enchanting world of Hanafuda, where tradition meets artistry in a deck of cards. Originating in 18th-century Japan, Hanafuda has captivated players with its vibrant imagery and strategic gameplay. […]

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Aokigahara: the Most Famous Forest in Japan

Author: Mizuki Ichihira & Valeria We - Online Open Campus: Sights & Nature Enrollments Now Open! Hidden Gems: Aokigahara [Jan. 11st Thu.] Lesson Introduction: A Famous Forest Aokigahara (青木ヶ原) is a forest located in the foothills of Mt. Fuji in the Yamanashi Prefecture. Before obtaining the name "Suicide Forest," this mysterious place was called Jukai, […]

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Office Closure During New Year Holidays

New Year (正月, shōgatsu) is the most important holiday in Japan. We will be preparing for a fresh start in 2024 to provide you exceptional languages and cultures learning experience. Please note that during the following days, we will not be able to reply to your messages or answer phone calls. As usual in the […]

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Kintsugi: a Golden Joinery Reviving Life

We - Online Open Campus: Art & Culture Enrollments Now Open! Traditional Arts: Kintsugi [Dec. 27th Wed.] Lesson Introduction: Bridging Tradition and Global Impact of Kintsugi Kintsugi is a traditional Japanese technique for restoring broken vessels. Imagine a cherished teacup with a crack or a bowl with a chip; instead of discarding them, the Japanese […]

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Nakagin Capsule Tower: A Landmark of Metabolist Architecture

We - Online Open Campus: Sights & Nature Enrollments Now Open! Architectural Marvels: Nakagin Capsule Tower[Dec. 21st Thu.] Lesson Introduction: Farewell to an Architectural Icon The Nakagin Capsule Tower, designed by renowned architect Kisho Kurokawa, has been a symbol of the Metabolist architecture movement since its completion in 1972. Its distinctive design, featuring modular capsules […]

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