Learn Japanese in Tokyo with EF
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Learn Japanese among Tokyo’s soaring skyline and fast-paced culture. EF's interactive, participation based courses will ensure that you are not just learning the language, but living it too! Practice your with locals in the trendy shops and sushi bars of the Shibuya District – where our course center is located.
At EF, can decide when you want to study, how long you'll stay, and what you'd like to focus on. You can personalize your course with Special Interest Classes like Japanese Calligraphy, Music, Manga, and Exam Preparation (JLPT). Earn transferable college credit for any course 4 weeks or longer, allowing you to make the most of your time abroad.
Our Japanese courses are recognized by The University of Montana, our partner in education.
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- Study from 2 weeks up to a full year, start any Monday.
- Located in the most famous intersection in the world, Shibuya Tower.
- Top activities include Anime & Manga Tours, picnics under the Cherry Blossoms in Yoyogi Park, karaoke parties, visits to the Meiji Shrine, and weekend trips to Korea.
Make maximum progress during your stay abroad. Highly recommended for students who need to learn a language as quickly as possible for academic or professional reasons.
This carefully composed course of 26 weekly lessons (total tuition time of 17 hours and 20 minutes), held in the morning and afternoon, is designed to help you move up one course level every six weeks.
Combine plenty of free time abroad with 20 morning and afternoon language lessons a week (total tuition time of 13 hours and 20 minutes) – combining General Language Lessons, Project Sessions and Lecture Sessions.
Response from EF International Language Campuses
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EF's programs are complete immersion which does mean no English in school, even from the teacher. Our years of research have proven that this is the best and most effective way to learn a new language. I totally understand it can be challenging.
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