Language lessons that are straightforward, enjoyable and practical!
2. For Learners with Reading Difficulties
5. Japanese Marketing Consultation
"I thought it would be too difficult but Asami-Sensei helped so much to make it easy, fun and enjoyable. I can't believe how much I learned!"
Alix - London
ALS x Smoke & Salt (Brixton Pop) Event!
Japanese Supper Club (May '19)!
The latest collaboration for our 8th Japanese language & culture event.
The details will be announced shortly on this website.
1. "Japanese for Research" course for Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London was opened with a grant from Japan Foundation London
November 2018 New!
This is a special course to prepare BSc medical students at Imperial for those who will visit TMDU (Tokyo Medical and Dental University) to conduct medical research in 2019. It is expected to cover from basic language system, functional language and research related contexts. We fully assisted the College obtain a grant to fund the course from the Japan Foundation London.
2. A grant for Japanese GCSE Course for 2018/19 academic year was awarded to Highbury Fields School for Girls by Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation New!
A Japanese course was originally opened at Highbury Fields School in December 2015 with a grant from Japan Foundation London. The course has been very well-accepted among diligent learners at the school since then. This time, we obtained a grant for the academic year of 2018/19 from Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation to continue the language course. Some of the students are studying to take an official exam in 2020.
3. Japanese course at Haverstock School was awaraded a grant from Japan Foundation
We have supported Haverstock School to make an application for Japanese Languae Local Project Support Programme grant by the Japan Foundation London to start a new Japanese language course both as inter-curriculer (GCSE course from September 2016) and extra-curriculer (from May 2016).
4. Japanese Course at Whitefield School was Awarded a Grant from the Japan Foundation
We have been running an extra-curriculat basic Japanese language course for secondary school and sixth-form college students at Whitefield School since January 2015. This autumn, the application for the Local Japanese Language Support Programme grant to the Japan Foundation London was successful. Our course was awarded £990 to be spent on running the course from October 2015 to March 2016.