Private Japanese Lesson
Japanese School In Tokyo
Learning Japanese is an investment in your future. It will help you communicate with the Japanese people and understand their culture. It’s also a skill that will always be useful, no matter where you live or how old you are. While group classes can be convenient for learning practical conversation skills, many students find that private lessons offer more personal attention and better opportunities to build strong language foundations.
Why is it important to learn Japanese?
Learning business Japanese is not easy. It’s a very difficult language to learn, and even if you are an experienced learner of other languages, many things make Japanese different. Learning a foreign language has many benefits beyond just being able to communicate with people who speak that language or understand what they’re saying (though this is important). There are countless industries where knowing Japanese will give you an advantage over others.
What is the cost of private lessons?
The cost of private Japanese lessons depends on the package you choose. The larger and longer you commit, the cheaper it gets per lesson per hour. Our lessons start from 4000 yen per hour. Keep in mind that while group lessons might be cheaper, factor in the detail that group lessons tend to be slower and teachers will use more time to engage in explanations and conversations with all the students. Private lessons are more than wroth it if you have a clear timeline and target in which you need to achieve, such as increasing workplace communication responsibilities, passing the next JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) or just be able to get by daily life easier.
The value of investing in yourself
Investing in yourself is a wise investment for long term. You’re the only person who will be around to reap the benefits of your efforts and see the long-term effects of your work, so it’s worth putting some money into your growth. Learning a new language has many benefits: It can help you connect with others, increase self-confidence and personal growth, and allow for more opportunities in life and work.
Why study on your own, and why not just take group classes?
If you’re like most people, the best way to learn something is by doing it. Research shows that students who practice independently consistently outperform those who don’t. They also get better results faster and retain more of what they’ve learned in the long run. Private lessons let us learn anything we want at any time of day or night – no need for expensive textbooks or classes that meet at inconvenient times!
The most important thing to remember is that learning a language is a lifelong process. There is no magic formula for becoming fluent, but there are certain steps you can take to make it easier on yourself. If you’re looking for an investment that will pay off over time–and in more ways than one–private lessons may be just what you need!