Our lessons

Our lessons

Online lessons

We use free online learning platforms such as Skype, Google Meet and Zoom. Online learning is safe and convenient for children without them having to commute.

One-to-one lessons

Your tutor teaches your child at his/her own pace and gives 100% attention during one-to-one lessons. All our tutors value building positive relationships with their students as well as teaching them Japanese.

The same day at the same every week

Our lessons allow you flexibility to learn at your best time and day.
We can provide you with lessons that fit your schedule, for instance, after school, after other lessons, or after parents return home from work.

Individualized lesson plans

The tutor will personalize a study plan for your child and choose a textbook that is at your child’s instructional level.
※*The tutor may ask you to purchase a new textbook or use a textbook your child already has.

Preparing for Your Online Lessons

Make sure below before you start the lessons!


PC, Tablet, Smart phone

Any mobile devices can be used for the lessons.


Internet connection

You need an internet connection that supports video calls.


Web camera

You keep the video on to have face-to-face communications and practice pronunciation with your tutor.


Microphone/headset

You need a microphone or a headset if your computer or tablet does not have a built-in microphone.


Video calling app

Lessons will be held on Skype, Zoom or Google Meet. You and your tutor will decide which online application to use. Make sure to install and update an app before the lessons.

Every family has different requirements for Japanese lessons depending on what their native language is, how long they have lived in Japan, and whether the common language at their school is Japan or another language.

Through advanced discussions and frequent communications, we will work together to create “the best lessons for your child”.

As we value communication with the parents/guardians, we assign a tutor who can speak your mother tongue or a common language. We believe good relationships with parents help give children peace of mind. Please feel free to contact us.
Please feel free to contact us.

Online Japanese lessons for elementary students to high school students (For children 6 – 18 years old).

1 time a week / 4 times a month
No classes in the 5th week.
45 minute10,800 yen
60 minute14,400 yen
2 times a week / 8 times a month
No classes in the 5th week.
45 minute21,600 yen
60 minute28,800 yen
  • We recommend starting with 45 minutes lessons if you are new to online learning.

  • It may be hard to focus on the screen till the child gets accustomed. You can change the length of the lesson if needed.
  • ※1The fees above are monthly and taxes are not included. You are also responsible for transaction fees.
  • ※2We accept major credit cards, bank transfer (MUFG Bank, Ltd.), or PayPal.

We offer a detailed pre-assessment to understand your requirements.
Through advanced discussions and frequent communications, we will work together to create “the best lessons for your child”.

※ Our lesson is “Japanese Language Teaching”.
Please note that we do not accept an exam preparation for Japanese children living overseas or supplementary lessons for Japanese school classes (country, arithmetic, science, company, etc.).

Online Japanese lessons for elementary students to high school students (For children 6 – 18 years old).

1 time a week / 4 times a month
No classes in the 5th week.
45 minute

100

140

135

75

85

400

130

540
60 minute

135

190

185

105

115

540

175

730
2 times a week / 8 times a month
No classes in the 5th week.
45 minute

200

280

270

150

170

800

260

1080
60 minute

270

380

370

210

230

1080

350

1460
  • We recommend starting with 45 minutes lessons if you are new to online learning.

  • It may be hard to focus on the screen till the child gets accustomed.
    You can change the length of the lesson if needed.
  • ※1The fees above are monthly and taxes are not included. You are also responsible for transaction fees.
  • ※2We accept major credit cards, bank transfer (MUFG Bank, Ltd.), or PayPal.
  • ※3If you want to make a payment by the currency other than above mentioned 8 countries, we will determine your tuition based on the exchange rate on the day of contract signed.

Voices of students

Voices of parents

Ms. A
(mother of third grade student, Brazilian)

Q1.How long have you been in Japan? Do you speak in Japanese at home? How’s the Japanese level of you and your husband?
My son and I have been in Japan for a year, and around four years for my husband.
We parents hardly understand Japanese.

Q2.Why did you start taking online Japanese lessons?
I think learning Japanese is necessary to keep up with school and also to live in Japan.

Q3. Do you feel any advantages or disadvantages about online lessons?
Advantage is flexibility to learn from home.
I don’t feel any disadvantage, because he can interact with his teacher via screen.

Q4.Do you feel any changes since he started online lessons?
Yes, I do. He became more talkative in Japanese at school.
I think his academic ability improved too.

Q5.Do you think the Japanese lessons are necessary for you son?
Absolutely. The online lessons motivate him and he is working harder. He likes not only the lessons itself but also the tutor.

Q6.What did you think about Japanese lessons?
Learning Japanese brings a great impact on our life because we do not know about Japanese culture. Thank you as always.

Ms. B
(mother of second grade student – Brazilian)

Q1.How long have you been in Japan? Do you speak in Japanese at home? How’s the Japanese level of you and your husband?
We’ve been in Japan for four years. Our Japanese is probably beginners’ level, at least we can use Japanese for survival.

Q2.Why did you start taking online Japanese lessons?
We would like to learn Japanese culture, moreover we aim to live by ourselves without the help of others.

Q3.Do you feel any advantages or disadvantages about online lessons?
The online method is very efficient because you can interact with the tutor and ask any questions. No disadvantages it seems, as it allows you to study from home effectively.

Q4.What has changed since he started taking online lessons?
He has changed a lot. He used to be shy and afraid to make mistakes.
Once he started taking the lessons, he became more confident and be able to communicate with his friends at school.
He is getting to enjoy learning kanji (Chinese characters) after he came to understand what school teachers explain.
The more he learns and get confident, the more he gets motivated. I am very grateful.

Q5.Please tell us your opinion about Japanese lessons.
I truly appreciate the tutor’s dedication to my son. He will keep working hard.

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