KAI Japanese Language School will hold face-to-face classes 4 times a week for beginner and intermediate students, and 3 times a week for advanced students during the April term.
Now accepting applications for January 2023 students!
KAI Japanese Language School offers
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KAI Japanese Language School was one of the first Japanese language schools in Japan to introduce iPads in October 2015, we started to digitize our classes by lending iPads to all students in our General Course. We have built KAI⋮DLS (Digital Learning System) to provide original teaching materials and a learning platform for our students.
KAI Japanese Language School is looking for a School Administrative Director(full-time employee)! The School Administrative Director is the top position in the administrative team with a wide variety of tasks. Student recruitment is also a major part of the School Administrative Director’s tasks. In order to maintain KAI’s multinational student population, he/she needs to recruit students from all over the world, so advertising for this purpose, dealing with overseas agents, and attending workshops abroad are also part of the duties. There is a lot to do, but it is such a challenging position. Would you be willing to help KAI for its future development?
This class is offered three days a week and focuses on business Japanese. For those who wish to improve their general conversational skills in addition to business Japanese, we recommend the General Japanese Course, 5 days a week.
A class focusing on grammar and reading comprehension for non-Kanji-speaking learners. KAI Japanese Language School has set up online JLPT preparation classes. Since there is not much time before the actual test, this class will focus on grammar and reading comprehension. Especially in reading comprehension, we will only deal with “middle and long sentences,” which non-kanji-speaking learners have difficulty with. We have heard students say, “Solving long sentences is like being thrown out into space.” If you feel the same way, why don’t you come and study with us? For more information, please see the following page.
Here are student nationality and area ratio charts of our students enrolled in 2021. As usual, we could keep a very good balance of nationalities without depending on one country. General Course By Country (46 countries) By Area Age Group Practical Conversation Course By Country (11 countries) By Area Age Group
We are very happy and proud to announce that the textbook we’re using at the beginner levels, Maeda House, is now a commercial book! The new title is “Real Japanese Conversation with Characters – Welcome to Maeda House”. It’s a little long, isn’t it? LOL The characters that have been familiar to KAI since 2006 are finally going to venture out into the world. We’re really looking forward to hearing what kind of response we will get from the learners who are studying it for the first time. The book has a four-panel comic on the left of each page, a practice page on the right, and the audio is […]
KAI Japanese Language School agrees with the purpose of the “SECURITY ACTION (Self-Declaration of Security Measures)” system of the Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan (IPA), and has declared its “SECURITY ACTION” one star. “SECURITY ACTION” is a program implemented by the Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan (IPA) to encourage small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to self-declare their commitment to information security measures in order to realize a safe and secure IT society. KAI Japanese Language School will continue to implement safe and appropriate information security measures. The website of the Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan (IPA) can be found here.
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KAI Japanese Language School aims to improve the quality of the Japanese language education it provides, and is proud to be accredited by the organizations below.
Business Japanese Training for Corporate Clients
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