Beginner, Beginner Japanese

New Beginner Conversation class

Hi all,

We will be starting a new conversation class (from zero)
This is a new course that we are running.
I will be the one running the course.

Starting Date: 19th February 2021 (Friday)
Time: 7:30-9:30pm
Slots: 6
Fees: $500 for 20 lessons (Full commitment for the whole course)

What will you learn?
1. Hiragana
2. Greetings/Simple Expressions
3. Self-Introduction
4. Numbers
5. Verbs
6. Adjectives
7. Verb/Adjectives conjugation
8. Psychology of Japanese natives
9. Appreciation of Japanese morals/drama
10. Lots of chances to practise conversations in Japanese

This course is fairly similar to the Foundation Studies. The 2 main differences is that upon completion, you would not be able to progress to the Beginner course and have to do a bridging course to cover the remaining topics taught in the full Beginner course to move on to our Intermediate programme.


Beginner Japanese

New Beginner Japanese: Foundation Studies (Tues night)

Dear all,

I will be starting a new class on Tues night.

Estimated starting date: 6th November 18 (Tues) or earlier once we have 6 students
Time: 730-930pm
Fees: $80/5 lessons or $300/10 lessons
Slots: 6 (4 slots left)
Location: Waterloo Centre (See classroom and testimonials)

Currently i am running an early bird promotion now, if you sign up and make payment by 15th Oct, there will be a $30 discount.

Drop us an message using the Contact us form found here.


Beginner Japanese

Free Beginner Japanese Lessons

Dear all,

I will be organizing free Beginner Japanese lessons worth $600 for a group of 5 students starting Dec 19. The day should be on Sat 3-5pm or Sun 930-1130pm

To be eligible, you need to fill in the following template and submit to me at admin @ (remove all spaces)

All applications will be reviewed on a case to case basis and all applicants would be notified via email of the result. Students who are from non well-to-do families will be considered first.

Contact number:
Why you wish to learn Japanese:
How you would use the knowledge picked up to benefit others?
Previous school (if any):
Able to afford textbook (around $65)?: Yes/No