Come join us for Japanese lessons during the best time to visit Japan – springtime!
Enroll for a Standard Course beginning March 1 through April 30, 2018 and we will WAIVE your enrollment fee, for a savings of 10,500 JPY!
For more information, please see PDF flyer included below. We hope to see you here in Fukuoka soon!
Spring Course 2018
Here at Wahaha, we are proud to add Japanese Tutor Melbourne to our list of partner Japanese schools throughout the world!
Decided to study Japanese abroad in Japan, but having trouble deciding on a school?Please check out our blog post on our new partner’s site for tips on choosing a school:
The news is a great place to study any language, and Japanese is no exception. For those who have an upper-beginner to intermediate level of Japanese, however, following the news or reading the newspaper may seem still far out of reach.
That’s where NHK News Easy comes in! Want to keep up with current events, particularly those relevant to or frequently discussed by Japanese people, but lack the kanji knowledge or listening comprehension skills to follow the news or read the newspaper?
With NHK News Easy, you can read simplified versions of news articles available from NHK’s regular news site. It is intended for foreigners and young Japanese, so furigana is displayed atop the kanji, and definitions of difficult vocabulary are displayed automatically when you hover your mouse over the word.
This is a website I personally used frequently when transitioning from textbooks/educational materials to authentic materials intended for a Japanese audience. I would recommend it not only for improving your reading comprehension and vocabulary skills, but also for keeping up to date on the same topics Japanese people are following themselves – so it provides topics for conversation practice as well!
Try it out!
This past Saturday, November 11, Wahaha students, teachers and local members of the community all came together for our latest cooking event! We made some Japanese classics including maki sushi, teriyaki salmon, atsuage (deep-fried tofu) and shiratama dango (sweet rice dumplings). We hope to see you at our next event!!
This past Friday, November 3 Wahaha students joined us for the Kawabata Night Festival! We took a walk around the Kawabata shopping district to enjoy the performances and street food! We also got to see a traditional tea ceremony in the Canal City Hakata Tourist Lounge! We hope to see you at our next event!!