Learn Japanese as it relates to you.

Student-Centered Philosophy "Our Know-How is to Know Who"

Design your own Japanese course

"Metrix" was created based on the "student-centered philosophy" that we have focused on since our establishment in 1996. It is a system that empowers you to turn your life scenes and thoughts into Japanese. The language you create with "Metrix" will become your "core language." The centerpiece of our classes is not the textbook but you. This is the essence of our student-centered philosophy.

Find a Coach that Best Fits You

Various Japanese coaches in a collage

We will coach you in:

◆ JapaNEEDS [Personalized Content]
At We, we do not offer traditional textbook learning. Our Japanese language lessons are customized for each student based on their "NEEDS".

◆ JAPANese [Cultural Awareness]
At We, you will learn not just the Japanese language, but also about "JAPAN". Our coaches will help students expand their cultural knowledge and insight to further appreciate the language.

Original Language Learning Portal

Through our unique student portal “My Classroom” you can make lesson reservations, chose coaches, set up your focus interests in learning and keep track of your progress

Our main priority is to provide you the best customized Japanese learning experience. Our Japanese coaches are trained to help students to achieve their studying and life goals associated with Japan. Your Japanese coach will record class content and provide you summary of each lesson, so that later you can review it independently any time

[Try for Free!] Nihongo Dojo

Two students facing each other as if in a Dojo ready to learn new languages

You can practice your Japanese FREE at our Online Nihongo Dojo

Dojo offers three bilingual sessions completely free of charge. Our native Japanese coaches will discuss Japanese culture and language with you. Our coaches are eager to share and enjoy cultural experiences with you during class! This dojo is a great place for you if you want to try new materials or teaching methods.

we news

we blog