Japanese Language Coursesserving Nishinomiya & Hyogo
English Space offers weekly Japanese language courses in Nishinomiya for learners at the beginner, intermediate, and advanced level. Class sizes are kept small, and students are given a simple placement test to find the best class at their current ability. (Placement test questions are written in Japanese, so students must at least be able to read hiragana and katakana.)
Classes are held in the Kenshinkan building, a minute's walk south of Hankyu Nishinomiya Kitaguchi station. (Map)
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Course InformationTuition: ￥5,000 per month (pls. tax)
Our teachers are qualified language instructors, not volunteers.
Our instructors have extensive experience in Japanese language instruction in Japan and abroad, including the development of teaching materials for beginner-level learners and teaching students from various fields and backgrounds. They have taught in Japanese language schools, universities, private companies, and programs for ODA-sponsored foreign trainees and technical intern trainees from developing countries.
This class covers the fundamentals of Japanese to prepare students for the Intermediate class through studying basic grammar and vocabulary, along with conversation practice.
|Textbooks for Beginner Lessons|
* We are currently working through the level 1 books in the Minna no Nihongo series, but we'll be moving on to the level 2 books in May.
The Intermediate class serves as preparation for the N4 and N3 levels of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT), studying intermediate grammar, vocabulary, and kanji, along with conversation practice.
|Textbooks for Intermediate Lessons|
Chukyu e Iko: Nihongo no Bunkei to Hyogen 55
Chukyu o Manabou: Nihongo no Bunkei to Hyogen 56
Essential Practice for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT), Level N3, Grammar
* We are currently working through Chukyu e Iko and will be moving on to Chukyu o Manabou in July.
The Advanced class prepares students for the N2 and N1 levels of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT), covering advanced grammar, vocabulary, and kanji, along with reading long passages.
|Textbooks for Advanced Lessons|