Japanese School in Tokyo
Learn Japanese in Japan at GenkiJACS!
Japanese Language School GenkiJACS is an accredited and award-winning Japanese School in Tokyo teaching communicational study abroad courses, learning the Japanese language and culture in a relaxed and friendly environment.
We have schools in central Tokyo, and in Fukuoka City in Southern Japan.
Classes are small (maximum 7 students per class), and focused on Western students’ needs.
We offer courses in a range of areas, including conversational Japanese, pop culture, traditional culture, and study for exams, all with an emphasis on practical work, inside and outside of the classroom.
For students coming from overseas to study abroad at our language school, we can prepare a range of accommodation options including homestays and dorms, and arrange various activities for the duration of your stay.
We’re here to make learning Japanese worthwhile and enjoyable – that’s why students learn Japanese in Japan at GenkiJACS again and again!
- Comfortable, welcoming classrooms
- A large lounge for students to relax, with
- PCs with broadband Internet access, free coffee, tea and Japanese tea and more!
- A study and theater room, with giant screen, game console with large selection of games, TV, DVD player, and large library of DVDs
- Free wireless Internet access
Prices for the Japanese School in Tokyo
See the full price list on the schools website.
Also, you can contact our staff at any time for a detailed price quote: Contact All About Languages / 1 (800) 620 – 5567
- Japanese course in Tokyo plus accommodation (where applicable)
- Internet use at the Japanese school in Tokyo
- Course certificate
- Level evaluation
- Course materials
Information about our school location
GenkiJACS’ Tokyo branch is just minutes on foot from Shinjuku Station, Tokyo’s central train station, in the heart of the city’s entertainment district.
We can’t think of a more convenient location for a Japanese School in Tokyo, surrounded by hundreds of restaurants, karaoke boxes, bars, game centers and more.
Despite that, you study in a perfectly calm and serene environment, as the school is in the grounds of the famous Hanazono Shrine.
Every morning you’ll pass through the shrine’s massive red torii gates to get to school.
Classroom windows overlook the central shrine itself, and you can take lunch on the shrine steps
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Course options for students
– Standard Japanese Course: uses interesting and modern materials and activities to focus on improving your Japanese speaking ability in a way that gives you the flexibility to adapt to new situations. You will learn essential communication techniques in structured lessons with the teacher, then practice them in real-world situations. The most traditional way to learn Japanese in Japan.
– Japanese Plus Conversation: offers the same 20 core classes as the Standard Japanese Course, plus one extra class each day of conversational Japanese. These extra classes focus on some of the interesting aspects of conversational Japanese that it can be hard to cover in the standard classes, such as slang, dialects, specialized vocabulary, and more.
– Japanese Plus Traditional Culture: You will study 20 hours of Japanese per week, and then take 3 cultural “experience” classes each week, such as calligraphy, tea ceremony and kimono wearing. All classes are based on gaining an understanding of and appreciation for Japanese culture, learning a specific point of Japanese, and participating in the beauty of Japanese traditional art.
- Guesthouse (private room): A private room in a guesthouse with both other foreigners and Japanese people gives you the freedom to enjoy the city life freely, but also the chance to make friends. The room includes a bed, desk, and simple living space. Kitchen, toilet and bathing facilities are shared with other guests.
- Dormitory (shared room): A shared room in a dormitory with both other foreigners and Japanese people gives you the freedom to enjoy the city life freely, but also the chance to make lots of friends. The room includes a bed, desk, and simple living space for between 2 to 6 people at a time. Kitchen, toilet and bathing facilities are shared with other guests.
- Private Apartment: Private apartments are usually close to a hotel room in quality, but quite a bit cheaper, and can be rented by the week. They include a bed, living room area, kitchen area, and bathroom. Generally all required appliances are included. High-speed wired Internet is provided for no extra charge. Most private apartments are centrally located in downtown Tokyo.
Full contact details for students
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Tel. nr.: +81 3 6457 3554