Ever want to try drawing your own manga? Last Friday (August 4) Wahaha students and teachers had the fantastic opportunity to experience two forms of art in one special event – manga and digital art! First, we learned about manga in Fukuoka and even got to try our hand at drawing manga ourselves! Secondly, we got to see local digital artists’ work in action in their “We can play! Digital Art Exhibition”!
8月といえば、やっぱり花火大会ですね！Summer, and August in particular, is fireworks season in Japan, and Fukuoka is no exception with plenty of fireworks shows (花火大会, or hanabi taikai) to enjoy. Last Tuesday (August 1) Wahaha students and teachers came together to enjoy the fireworks show at the beautiful Ohori Kouen. A traditional cultural event in Japan, you can enjoy not only the fireworks themselves but the many people dressed in beautiful yukata (casual summer kimono) as well! Try to catch a fireworks show while you’re here before the summer is over!
My name is Richard Porteous and I am the new student consultant at Wahaha! I recently arrived in Fukuoka three weeks ago from Australia, and I am looking forward to meeting you all at some point in the future. I am still learning Japanese as well, but feel free to speak to me in either English or Japanese, I need the practice! I am still learning how to be the most effective student consultant I be, so I will try my best. 頑張ります！Please feel free to contact me if you have any inquires and questions that need an answer!
It seems like the results for the December JLPT came only yesterday, but it is already time to think about the next!
Wahaha Japanese Language School is very happy to announce that our popular JLPT course will be renewed again, and always for the incredible price of 2000 JPY for each lesson!
Have a look at our flyers for more information!
We are looking for an English speaker to fill an admin position. In addition to general office related tasks, you will handle email communication (mainly in English) and some translation work from Japanese to English. As such, candidates should have a Japanese ability level of at least JLPT N3.
This is a part-time position requiring about 4-5 hours of work per day from Monday to Friday.
– Email communication (mainly in English)
– Japanese to English translation
– General admin tasks (i.e. making quotes, invoices, receipts)
– Managing social network accounts, sales, and homepage updates
– Event planning
– Teaching occasional English lessons
– English level: Native or equivalent
– Japanese level: JLPT N3 or above
– Computer skills: Word, Excel, Power point, Photoshop, WordPress
Location: 3 minutes from Akasaka Station, Chuo Ku, Fukuoka
Salary: Starts at ¥850 per hour, plus \500 per day for transportation costs (hourly wage for English teaching is separate, ask for details)
Work hours: Monday – Friday, 4-5 hrs per day
Employment Period: Starting March 20th 2017 with a one month trial period
If you would like to apply, please send your resume to Maekawa Junko at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about our school, visit wahahanihongo.com or facebook.com/wahahanihongo.
Contact: WAHAHA Japanese Language School (Director: Maekawa Junko)
Address: Maizuru 2-2-7 4F, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-shi