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Course Guide / Tuitions

We have different types of courses for different needs and learning styles so that our students can enjoy learning and improve steadily.

1. College Preparatory Courses (1 year/1 year and 9 months)

These courses are designed for those who come to Japan for the purpose of studying at colleges, universities, and graduate schools. Classes are given everyday (Mondays through Fridays), and the students in these courses can obtain college student visas. The goal of these courses are to acquire the four skills of the Japanese language (reading, writing, listening, and speaking) in good balance, and make better scores on the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) and the EJU (Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students).

2. General Course in Japanese (1 year)

This course is designed for workers, homemakers, and anyone who wants to learn Japanese intensively but not for the purpose of studying at colleges in the future. In this course, students can also gain a better understanding of Japanese values and culture, and learn basic manners of Japanese society.

Tuitions*(from April 1,2014)

Visa Student visa Other visa
Enrollment April Admission July Admission October Admission At any time
Applications Deadline October ~  November February ~ March April ~ May
Fees Registration Fee ¥108,000 ¥10,800
Tuition Fee ¥648,000 / 1 year ¥32,400 / 2 weeks
¥64,800 / 4 weeks
¥97,200 / 6 weeks
¥129,600 / 8 weeks
¥162,000 / 10 weeks
¥194,400 / 12 weeks
¥388,800 / 24 weeks
¥583,200 / 36 weeks
Other Costs ¥87,000/ 1 year At cost
Total ¥843,000/ 1 year
Dorm The price changes depending on the dorm.
From ¥37,000 per month up (1 apartment unit for 1 student only, utilities are not included)

*Please note that, when applying for a student visa, the application fee of ¥32,400 will be charged in addition to the above costs.

Class hours of these courses differ according to the level and are subject to changes among the following:

Morning Classes: 9:30-11:00 (90 min.) and 11:10-12:40 (90 min.)
Afternoon Classes: 13:30-15:00 (90 min.) and 15:10-16:40 (90 min.)

Goals and Course Outline of Each Level (Class)

Introductory Class
Goals Learning to communicate in Japanese in basic everyday situations spacing. To be able to read and write simple sentences in Hiragana and Katakana.
Having the posture to learn values and culture of Japan so that they can adapt to japanese society.
Subjects Grammar, Listening, Reading, Conversation (Speaking), Composition, Characters and Vocabulary, Issues in Japan and Okinawa.
Beginners’ Class
Goals Learning to explain ideas in details and express one’s feelings with appropriate words and phrases spacing. Deepening the understanding of Japanese culture and values, and adapting oneself better to Japanese society.
Acquiring basic vocabulary and grammar in preparation for studying at Japanese colleges and universities.
Subjects Grammar, Listening, Reading, Conversation (Speaking), Composition, Characters and Vocabulary, Issues in Japan and Okinawa, Preparation for EJU.
Intermediate Class
Goals Learning to see the language and culture of Japan from various aspects spacing. To be able to choose the words and expressions that best match each situation in a variety of settings and use them properly.
To have a better command of Japanese and enhance the ability to express ideas both in written and spoken Japanese in preparation for studying at colleges and universities.
Subjects Grammar, Listening, Reading, Conversation (Speaking), Composition, Characters and Vocabulary, Issues in Japan and Okinawa, Preparation for EJU.

3. Short-term Courses

These are courses in lengths of two weeks to nine months. In addition to taking part as an individual, it is also possible to design courses for a group of people or a school. Please check the above table for details such as contents and fees of the courses .

4. Private and Semi-private Courses

These courses are given in person-to-person sessions or in small groups of two or three students, and especially designed for particular goals and levels of the students to learn the Japanese language and cultural issues. It is possible to change the dates of lessons with prior notice of one day before the lesson with no extra charge . Please contact us for further details.

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Cross Cultural Communication Center
Annexed Japanese School
Accredited by Association for
the Promotion of Japanese Language Education: B479

4-13-8 Nagata, Ginowan, Okinawa, 901-2212
9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. on Mon thru Fri

Domestic: 098-893-6467
From Overseas: +81-98-893-6467

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