Fri, Jun 11 | Minato City

Boost your life in Japan - learn Japanese unconventionally!

Not outsider anymore: here is the key
Boost your life in Japan - learn Japanese unconventionally!

Time & Location

Jun 11, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM GMT+9
Minato City, 3-chōme-1-6 Motoazabu, Minato City, Tokyo 106-0046, Japan

About the Event

Tired of being an outsider in Japan? Already know that language is the key but, struggle to master it? Join our live session and discussion which will drive you towards your next step!

Japanese coach Rie Yamana from We Languages will introduce you to essential manners, phrases and vocabulary which will make you feel as confident as local in common daily and business situations. Meet peers who think alike and experience the same struggles you do. Discuss with them and our expert coaches how to overcome these difficulties.

About Rie Yamana

Japanese coach at We Languages. Having experiences of living in the USA, Hong Kong and New Zealand Rie Yamana loves getting to know various cultures and traditions. She is aware of the difficulties foreigners experience in Japan and she sees her mission in improving their life experience through introducing the language and culture in a motivating way.

About We Languages

We Languages’ teaching method has been proven through 25 years of teaching history. We Languages’ original location is in the Shibuya district in Tokyo and the school established its reputation among students as a highly professional place with a unique atmosphere. Since COVID-19 we have been developing an online program to remove the barrier of location for both students and coaches alike. Now we want to introduce Japan through its unique language and culture to all interested people not limiting both students and coaches with location.

We believe that the best learning comes when materials and approach matches a student's needs and interests. That’s how the student-centered philosophy became a core of our language school.

Here is the Link to We Language : https://we-japan.com/

About Hiragana Times

Since the establishment of the Hiragana Times magazine in 1986, Hiragana Times has assisted those who are interested in Japan and its language. Hiragana Times is a magazine created by Japanese people who want to share Japanese culture and language with those interested in it around the world. This magazine will introduce you to the nuances of life and language you won’t find in other Japanese magazines published in English.

Here is the Link to Hiragana Times : https://hiraganatimes.com/

RECORDING POLICY

This Hybrid Event will be recorded and uploaded to YouTube. We need to keep the show's essence and deliver it to people who did not have a chance to attend the event. For that reason, we will upload an unedited version of the recording. If you wish to be part of the online discussion and event, please be aware that it will be recorded and uploaded. If you do not want to be recorded, you are more than welcome to join and listen.

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