I know some people started thinking about summer vacation!
Here is our Summer Course details. If you have any questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for some Japanese lesson and Japanese culture experience!!
– Location : Fukuoka, Japan
– Course Starting date : Every Monday from Jun. 4 to Aug. 31. 2012
– Course Duration : 4 weeks ( Standard course can be extended on a weekly basis. )
– Course Feature : Japanese Traditional Culture Activities & Japanese Language Learning
– Accommodation : We can arrange your accommodation.
Fee including :
・ Standard Course (20 lessons) ・ 4 Culture lesson ・ 2 School parties
・ 2 Activities (Baseball game watching, Manga spot tour, visiting beer brewery, etc.)
・ Tour to the ancient city of Dazaifu (lunch included) ・ 1 weekend homestay
・ Going to an event in Fukuoka (Yamakasa festival, Fireworks, B.B.Q., etc.)
A specially designed Japanese Language Course!
A course that combines the excitement of experiencing Japanese culture while learning the language.
Please request an estimate with accommodation you would like to stay! email@example.com
– Private apartment – Dormitory – Shared apartment – Host-family – Bording house
There are an article about WAHAHA on “Keiei online”.
It is in Japanese……………. sorry…… I will translate it in near future.
You can find out why we opened WAHAHA Japanese Language School, what we are good at and so on….
Please check it out!
The 9.0-magnitude earthquake occurred near the northeastern coast of Japan on March 11
at 2:46 pm JST. That quake spawned extremely destructive tsunami waves which hit Japan.
The earthquake and tsunami caused extensive and sever damage in Northeastern Japan.
The Japanese national police agengy has confirmed 13,949 deaths, 4,938 injured, and
13,678 people missing across eighteen prefectures, as well as about 295,000 buildings
damaged or destroyed.
(Damage situation and Police countermeasures associated with 2011 Tohoku district. April 19.2011)
How You Can Help the Earthquake and Tsunami Victims in Japan http://t.co/LPZbRZG via @TIMENewsFeed
Click here for Earthquake and Tsunami Update
In these times of crisis everyone is searching for and doing whatever they can to help the people affected by the disaster.
The thought of “What can we do? How as a small Japanese language school in Fukuoka can we help?” appeared in our hearts. The result was an effort to convey to the survivors our desire to overcome this obstacle together and express our feelings of gratitude for concern and support received from the warm hearts of people from all around the world towards our nation.
From Fukuoka to the world, we send you a message of “Love & Hope”.
http://ow.ly/2DaZ0 Japanese people start speaking English or Foreigner must speak Japanese????
#1 from Weekly Oricon Top 10! http://ow.ly/2tJPd 福山雅治「蛍」This is the theme song of TV Drama ” 美丘”.