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Annual schedule

We will offer you a lot of chances to experience Japanese culture ,please enjoy them.
ENJOY! SHINAI LIFE!!

Long vacation

During vacation, you can spend freely and
make temporary return to your hometown,of course.
But, don't forget the learning Japanese.
Summer vacation...August(about 4weeks) Autumn vacation...October(about a weeks) Winter vacation...December(about 10days) Spring vacation...March(about 3weeks)
※The days of vacation vary with month of your admissons.
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Class schedule

You have classes five days a week from Monday to Friday. No classes on Saturday and Sunday
You study 4 hours a day in the morning class (or afternoon class).
The class you study is decided by the result of placement test.

Morning Class
Afternoon Class
1st 9:00 ~ 9:50 OR 13:15 ~ 14:05
Break time ( 5minutes) Break time ( 5minutes)
2nd 9:55 ~ 10:45 14:10 ~ 15:00
Break time (15minutes) Break time (15minutes)
3rd 11:00 ~ 11:50 15:15 ~ 16:05
Break time ( 5minutes) Break time ( 5minutes)
4th 11:55 ~ 12:45 16:10 ~ 17:00
End of lessons End of lessons
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Curriculum Outline(The goal of each level)

Basic The goal is to acquire the basic Japanese grammar and conversation skill enough to cope with the situation in everyday life. You start with "Hiragana"and"Katakana", because it's important for you to repeat and basic. Japanese-Language Proficiency N4-Level
Intermediate You improve the 4skills(read,write,listen,talk)by learning advanced grammar and more vocabulary.Gradually, you can express yourself with more suitable Japanese. Japanese-Language Proficiency N3、N2-Level
Advanced The goal is to acquire Japanese ability to cope with someone's specialized field in university.We expect you to pass "N1"at JLPT and get more than 300points at EJU. Japanese-Language Proficiency N1-Level
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