Japanese for Kids

JAPANESE CLASSES FOR KIDS

Japanese classes for kids are designed for elementary school students.

Simply log in using Zoom and meet your professional native Japanese tutor in virtual Japanese classes.

When scheduling, you will be able to book classes in your local time zone.

For more information about this course, contact us. See also Japanese for Teens.

Structured Program

We offer all Japanese language class levels from complete beginners to advanced students.

Learn Japanese grammar, while mastering the speaking and listening skills.

Professional Teachers

Students are taught by native Japanese teachers who are experienced teaching professionals. Learn with the same teacher throughout your course or feel free to try other teachers during your study.

Designed for Children

Learn Japanese the easy way with our curriculum, taking charge of when you want to learn with our flexible scheduling option and short course offering. Study notes are provided for revision at home.

Upcoming group classes

Please enroll early to secure your place.

Level 1
Feb 4 – Mar 25

Thu 6pm ET
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Level 2
Feb 3 – Mar 24

Wed 5pm ET
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Level 3
Feb 2 – Mar 23

Tue 5pm ET
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New group classes are scheduled each month. Please check back in the middle of the month for upcoming group schedule.

1-on-1 Private Lesson

Enjoy a personalized Japanese lesson to suit your pace of learning, coupled with flexible booking and rescheduling of your classes.

Learn at time that suits you with your preferred teacher.

Classes are available from 4pm ET daily.

Contact us for a special sibling rate.

Course Fees

A. $180

includes 8 x 25-minute classes
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B. $330

includes 16 x 25-minute classes
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Group Classes

Group classes are held on weekday evening and run for eight weeks.

Maximum 6 people in one group.

No rescheduling option.

Currently offered for Beginner 1, 2 and 3 levels only.

Students wanting to continue to higher levels can switch to private lessons.

Course Fee $180

includes 8 x 50-minute classes

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