[h1a]Japanese Schools – Tokyo, Japan[/h1a]
[h4a]3 months, General Course at KAI Japanese Language School[/h4a]
KAI Japanese Language School maintains an excellent balance of students from all over the world. This truly international atmosphere fosters a creative learning environment where students can achieve varied goals, whether academic or personal. Since its founding, KAI has continually developed innovative teaching methods to teach Japanese language and communication skills to a wide range of learners, each pursuing Japanese for different purposes.
KAI supports students in attaining their goals with utmost care. Assistance with study methods, life in Tokyo, accommodation, academic and future career counseling are all part of the KAI experience.
[h4a] Map view for KAI Japanese Language School – Japan[/h4a]
Tokyo is one of the most dynamic cities in the world. Tokyo is not only the capital and largest city of Japan but also the headquarters for much of the Japanese business, media, art, and entertainment industries.
In Tokyo, one can find traditional Japanese arts juxtaposed with some of the most modern technology on the planet. This blend of new and old never ceases to amaze visitors. But with all of its size and vibrancy, Tokyo remains a highly livable, human city. Once off of the main business and shopping avenues, Tokyo quickly transforms into a series of small neighborhoods. In Tokyo, you can choose the pace and lifestyle that suits you.[/tab]
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- General Course: 20 hours per week, 3 months per term. Beginner to advanced.
- Practical Conversation Course: 15 hours per week, 4 weeks per session. From minimum 1 week. Beginner to lower intermediate.
- Summer Intensive Course: 3 weeks in August. Grammar & Conversation, JLPT Preparation, and Japanese Business Communication courses available.
- Individual Lesson: Tailor-made, One-to-One program.
|Japan’s frenetic and cosmopolitan capital full to the brim with attractions.|
|Land of the Geisha, Kyoto is the Japan of the imagination: a city of grand palaces, ornate shrines and exquisite gardens, mercifully spared from the bombing of World War II that razed other Japanese cities.|
|The highlight of Kanazawa, within easy reach of Takayama or Kyoto, is Japan’s number one garden, the magnificent Kenrokuen. This is a wonderful place to observe and enjoy the six elements that combine to form the perfect Japanese garden.|
[h4a]Hakone and Mt Fuji[/h4a]
|Hakone itself is situated in the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park which also encompasses Mt Fuji, Fuji Five Lakes and the Izu Peninsula. On a clear day Mt Fuji can be viewed from as far away as Tokyo.|
[h4a]Yudanaka, the Japanese Alps[/h4a]
|Yudanaka is a hot spring resort which sits perched in the hills intermingled with Yamanouchi town
There are many hot springs here and the most famous is Shibu Onsen at Jigokudani, which is home to more than one hundred Japanese snow monkeys.
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Miyuki Bldg. 1-15-18 Okubo, Shinjuku-ku