Education

Japanese Language and Culture Courses

In the Japanese language courses, which are held five days a week for the intensive class and one to two days a week for beginner and intermediate classes, all skills are learned comprehensively. Japanese culture can also be learned in Japanese through themes such as anime and movies.

Japanese Language and Culture Courses

Featured Courses

  • Basic Japanese 1

    Basic Japanese 1Master's Degree Program (400-Level)

    Japanese language course for students studying Japanese for the first time. The purpose is to acquire basic language ability for daily life, and to gain an understanding of Japanese society. Incorporating activities focused mainly on speaking and listening, students can improve their Japanese communication skills.

    Associate Professor Reiko Sato

    Master's Degree Program (400-Level)

    Message from the teaching staff

    This is the course taken by newly arrived international students. Those who do not understand any of the language will be able to learn most Japanese used in daily life. In addition to Master's and Doctoral Program students, many international exchange students also take this course, so it is an opportunity for cultural exchange among students of various nationalities.

  • Intensive Japanese Language Course

    Intensive Japanese Language CourseMaster's Degree Program (400-Level)

    An intensive Japanese language class for government-sponsored international research students (Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 12:10 p.m.). University students may attend only if there is space available. In addition to classroom learning, there are field trips (Enoshima, Kamakura, etc.), cultural experiences (calligraphy, tea ceremony, etc.), and a Japanese language poster presentation at the end of the course.

    Associate Professor Yahiro Hirakawa

    Master's Degree Program (400-Level)

    Message from the teaching staff

    Students intensively learn the four basic skills for introductory Japanese (including learning Kanji). University students may attend if there is space available, but only enthusiastic students who can attend all classes may apply. In order to ensure high academic performance, tardiness and absence without notice are not tolerated, and assignment submission including homework is required.

The complete listing of Japanese Language and Culture courses is available at TOKYO TECH OCW 100-300-levelwindow, 400-600-levelwindow.

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