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Studying Japanese 「日本語の勉強」

更新日:2020年2月26日

Studying Japanese

Being able to speak Japanese expands your range of activities and helps facilitate day-to-day activities. You can make new friends and acquaintances and those people may help you during your life in Japan. Language has the power to make your dreams come true. Keep studying Japanese so you can live how you like in Japanese.

Places for learning Japanese

In addition to Japanese study at regular Japanese language schools and universities or other higher education institutions, Japanese classes are also held by private organizations such as local government offices, international associations, and NPOs. Get information about daily life and make friends while studying Japanese. Look and see if there are any Japanese schools or

Japanese classes in your area.
Also, a growing number of people are learning Japanese with distance learning using social media or e-learning. Find the learning method that works best for you.

Japanese schools

There are different courses depending on your goal, such as furthering your education, finding a job, or preparing for an exam, and you can study at any level from beginner to
advanced. You can choose the lesson style, such as classes, group lessons, or private lessons.
Most places require a fee.

Local Japanese classes

These are held by the local municipal government or private organizations, often in community centers, spare classrooms in schools, and churches. Many are taught by
volunteers and are cheaper than Japanese schools, but few offer daily study and most are only once or twice a week.
*Check the following when looking for a Japanese class:
(1) Name of class, (2) organizer, (3) location, (4) contact information, (5) contact method, (6) languages, (7) study period, (8) number of sessions, (9) day and time, (10) eligibility qualifications, (11) cost, (12)class format (e.g. group, one-on-one), (13) number of students, (14) level, (15) teachers, (16) curriculum, and (17) availability of parking and daycare services

Correspondence and distance education

If you are too busy to attend Japanese classes because of work or caring for your children, for example, you can also learn Japanese through correspondence courses or e-learning. Fees and service format vary, so it is best to choose the one that is easiest for you to stick with.

Japanese Language Education Program for "Foreigners Living in Japan"

Actions performed by foreign nationals living in Japan that are required for forming a basic life base in day-to-day life or are urgent in relation to safety are expressed as 'daily life actions' in 23 languages. Check what you are currently able to achieve in Japanese and what you want to be able to achieve. You can then convey this to your Japanese teacher or the person who is helping you study Japanese.
*Examples of daily life actions (23 languages)
http://www.bunka.go.jp/seisaku/kokugo_nihongo/kyoiku/nihongo_curriculum/index_2.html

Teaching materials for learning Japanese

Before buying a textbook, consider if you want to study alone or with someone else. Most people have a friend, local volunteer, someone at their workplace, family member, or someone else who teaches them Japanese. When studying in a class, there is usually a textbook you have to use, but if you are just studying with someone, you can talk with them and decide what textbook to use together.
Next is the content for study. Do you want to study the Japanese writing system (hiragana, katakana, kanji, romaji), conversation, or comprehensive learning covering reading, writing, speaking, and listening? Textbooks vary depending on your needs.
You can find textbooks at large bookstores, and the Handbook of Learning Japanese and Life in Japan also has examples for your reference.
http://www.bunka.go.jp/english/policy/japanese_language/education/

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City of Toyokawa - International and Civic Activity Division豊川市役所 市民協働国際課
  Postal code: 442-8601
  Address: 1-1, Suwa, Toyokawa, Aichi, Japan
  Phone: 0533-89-2158
  Open days and time: Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 5:15pm
  Holidays: Saturday, Sunday, National and Year-end and New-year Holidays December 29 - January 3

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