You can learn Japanese language as well as Japanese culture.We also provide various culture activities and Japanese homestay.

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Intensive Course

 

Intensive Course

The purpose of this course is focused on improving 4 language skills, reading, writing, speaking and listening. We offer the lessons which can help you acquire the ability of making natural conversations in Japanese so that you will be able to adjust yourself to the Japanese society without any trouble.

This course can also get you prepared for Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) and Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU). If you plan to advance to postgraduate school, university or two-year college, this course is also one of the best choices.

Higher advanced class is perfect even for the students who have already passed Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT).

Schedule

Intensive Course
Time 13 :30~17:00
* the class might be in the morning (9:10~12:40).
・College visa students can attend this course.
・Average 12 to 20 students per class
・20 lessons/week, Monday - Friday
Regular Stating dates: Jan,April,Jul,Oct
* The student must have basic knowledge of Japanese language to join this course.
* For a total beginner student, please take hiragana/katakana course first in preparation for this course.
● A minimum enrollment is two weeks
● The tuition for one year of the pre-college student: 600,000 yen
●The tuition for non-College visa student is 14,500 yen per week. tuition list

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Activities report

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ANA機体整備工場見学(ANA maintenance center)

Yesterday, We went to the tour of the ANA maintenance center in Haneda.

18.12.2014
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六義園の紅葉(Autumn leaves at Rikugien)

Last night, We went to Rokugien to see the autumn leaves light up. Autumn leaves light-up is up to December 9.

28.11.2014
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鳩ノ巣渓谷ハイキング/Hiking at Hatonosu valley

Last weekend We were hiking at Hatonosu Valley with Japanese. Autumn leaves were best time to see!

18.11.2014
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お寿司作り/Sushi making experience

昨夜は課外活動でお寿司を作りました。 飾り手巻き、軍艦巻き、握り寿司を作りました。 Last night We made sushi in Kudan activities. We made Decoration hand-rolled sushi, Ship roll sushi, Hand‐shaped sushi.

31.10.2014
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墨絵体験/Painting Sumie

Last night, We were experienced painting Sumie(Ink wash painting). It is interesting, Because Sumie color is only Black and White. However which is a lot of way of expressions.

24.10.2014

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Course Calendar

Regular Starting DateLesson Starting Date

  • ※If you are a total beginner level student, please contact us.
  • ※If you have any question about starting date of the course .info@kilc.co.jp
  • ※We highly recommend you to arrive in Japan 2 days before your starting date (on Saturday)

2014 Spring Semester (April 7- June 20)

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2014 Summer Semester (July 7- September 12)

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2014 Fall Semester (October 6 - December 12)

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2015 Winter Semester (January 13- March 20)

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2015 Spring Semester (April 6- June 19)

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2015 Summer Semester (July 6- September 11)

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2015 Fall Semester (October 5 - December 11)

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LEVEL

(Class level with the corresponding Japanese Language Proficiency Test level)

Level
Japanese Language
Proficiency Test score
standard
Item
Higher Advanced
JLPT N1
80%

Speaking: Can exchange opinions and make comments in a variety of circumstances.
Writing: Can read and write 2000 Kanji.
Listening:Can understand Japanese lectures at a university or college.
Reading:Can read articles of contemporary social issues and literature and understand writer’s     point of view.
Composition: Can write at lengthy explanation and emphasize an important point

Advanced

JLPT N1
60%

Speaking: Can express opinions and debate about general topic.
Writing: Can read 2000 Kanji.
Listening: Can understand the main topics of lengthy talks
Reading: Can read and understand articles in newspaper, magazine or stories. (2000 words)
Composition: Can write reports about contemporary social issues.

Advanced

JLPT N2
80%

Speaking: Can speak between formal and informal Japanese in a various situations.
Writing: Can read and write 1500 Kanji.
Listening: Can understand the main points of News and other TV programs.
Reading: Can read and understand articles in newspaper, magazine or short stories. (1000 words)
Composition: Can express own opinions and explain why.

Advanced Intermediate
JLPT N2
60%

Speaking: Can request and negotiate under different circumstances. 
Writing: Can read and write 1000 Kanji.
Listening: Can understand articles of the Japanese society.
Reading: Can read and understand general articles of 1000 words.
Composition: Can explain own opinions about personal interest.

Intermediate

JLPT N3
80%

Speaking: Can express opinions under different circumstances using a variety of sentences patterns.
Writing: Can read and write 500 Kanji.
Listening: Can understand topics on current Japanese issues in Japanese news papers
Reading: Can read and understand general articles of 800 words.
Composition: Can write detailed sentences clearly.

Intermediate

JLPT N3
60%

Speaking: Can express personal thoughts and feelings in everyday life.
Writing: Can read and write 300 Kanji.
Listening: Can understand topics related to Modern Japanese circumstances.
Reading: Can read and understand general articles of 600 words.
Composition: Can describe opinions using conjunctions.

Lower Intermediate
JLPT N4
80%

Speaking: Can make daily conversation in a variety of circumstances.
Writing: Can understand 200 Kanji.
Listening: Can understand daily conversations of some length.
Reading: Can read and understand articles of 450 words written in Kanji.
Composition: Can express own opinions using comparison sentences and examples.

ElementaryⅡ
JLPT N4
60%
Speaking: Can make daily conversation using appropriate expression.
Writing: Can understand 120 Kanji.
Listening: Can understand short daily conversations.
Reading: Can read and understand topics related to everyday life and Japanese circumstances.
(450 words)
Composition: Can write short complex sentences. (daily and essay)
ElementaryⅠ
JLPT N5
60%

Speaking: Can answer simple questions about yourself.
Can understand and describe actions from everyday life.
Writing: Can read and write Hiragana and Katakana as well as 60 Kanji.
Listening: Can understand simple activities from everyday life.
Reading: Can read and understand articles of the every life. (250 words)
Composition: Can write simple sentences and expressions.  

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