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Since Japanese is unrelated to English, learning it is a big job. You will want to learn the three writing systems: hiragana (ひらがな), katakana (カタカナ), and kanji (漢字), the characters imported from China. Japanese has imported thousands of words from English; many of them have been adapted and will at first be unfamiliar (e.g. terebi comes from "television"), but you'll soon begin to recognize them.
There is good news, though! You don't have to worry about whether nouns are masculine or feminine. Pronunciation is not too difficult: there are only five vowels, all of which sound familiar to English speakers, and almost all of the consonants are similar to English sounds. Unlike in Chinese, you don't need to worry too much about tones.
Studying in one of our small group classes, you can easily make a lot of progress. Our enthusiastic and patient Japanese teachers will guide you through this fascinating language, while also teaching you about Japanese culture and traditions.

Japanese Level 1

Our introductory Japanese course is ideal for students without any prior knowledge of the language. Units 1 through 3 of Japanese for Busy People I (by AJALT) will be used to guide the course. You will acquire a solid foundation in hiragana and katakana. You will learn introductions and greetings. Plain and polite language will be discussed, and you will learn to make negative sentences and questions. Other topics include particles, numbers, money, position and direction. You will also learn expressions for use in restaurants, stores and hotels.

CAD $400 + HST

Japanese Level 2

The second course begins with a review of level one, and will proceed to cover units 4 to 7 of Japanese for Busy People I. You will improve your proficiency in reading hiragana and katakana, and you'll also learn some of the most important kanji. You will begin to learn fundamental regular and irregular verbs, and have more practice using common sentence structures. You will acquire more advanced vocabulary for describing people, places and things. Other topics include tourism, location, everyday life, eating out, visiting a Japanese home, exchanging presents, complimenting people, making phone calls, making plans and invitations, accepting and rejecting offers, and visiting festivals.

CAD $400 + HST

Japanese Level 3

The third level begins with a review of levels one and two, and will proceed to cover units 8 to 11 of Japanese for Busy People I. There will be more practice with hiragana and katakana, and you will learn more kanji. You will study more polite expressions and have more practice conjugating verbs, making questions and forming negative sentences. More vocabulary, including particles, will be taught. Other topics include making plans, discussing schedules, giving directions, visiting museums, using public transportation, giving permission and warnings, describing activities in progress, and socializing.

CAD $400 + HST

Japanese Level 4

The fourth level begins with a review of the topics covered in previous levels and will proceed to the first unit (lessons 1-3) of Japanese for Busy People II. There will be a complete review of simple clauses, and you will learn to ask people's opinions, get information and advice, make comparisons (comparative and superlative forms), connect sentences, indicate purpose, state preference, and describe characteristics of a variety of items. Each unit includes: target dialogue, grammar and pattern practice, reading, kanji practice and conversation practice.

CAD $400 + HST

Payment and registration must be received before the registration deadline. Books and materials are included within the course tuition.

Group Japanese Courses in Toronto

The six-week program is held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM at our 2160 Yonge Street location.

In-person classes (6 weeks)

Tuesday, January 23rd until Thursday, February 29th  Registration deadline: Friday, January 12th

Tuesday, March 19th until Thursday, April 25th  Registration deadline: Friday, March 8th

Tuesday, May 14th until Thursday, June 20th  Registration deadline: Friday, May 3rd 

Tuesday, July 9th until Thursday, August 15th  Registration deadline: Friday, June 28th  

Tuesday, September 10th until Thursday, October 17th  Registration deadline: Friday, August 30th  

Tuesday, November 5th until Thursday, December 12th  Registration deadline: Friday, October 25th  

Group Japanese Courses Online

These ten-week programs are held on Saturdays from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Online classes (10 weeks)

Saturday, February 3rd until Saturday, April 6th  Registration deadline: Wednesday, January 24th

Saturday, April 27th until Saturday, June 29th  Registration deadline: Wednesday, April 17th

Saturday, July 20th until Saturday, September 21st  Registration deadline: Wednesday, July 10th

Saturday, October 12th until Saturday, December 14th  Registration deadline: Wednesday, October 2nd

Private Japanese Language Programs:

  • Sign up for 10 hours
  • CAD$ 550 + HST
    per 10 hours
  • Sign up for 25 hours
  • CAD$ 1300 + HST
    per 25 hours
  • Sign up for 50 hours
  • CAD$ 2450 + HST
    per 50 hours
  • Sign up for 100 hours
  • CAD$ 4600 + HST
    per 100 hours

Please note: An additional 35% surcharge will be added to the course fee for private in-person classes held off-campus within Toronto.

Comments from former students:


"We could ask anything…good atmosphere"

"We got to speak a lot"

"I really liked how much we were submerged into the language"

"I liked the teacher the most. She was incredibly patient with us, and she was able to make learning such a complex language an absolute pleasure"




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