Lesson Styles

Private Lesson

40 Mins / 2 points

Tailored lessons to suit your individual learning needs.

■ Flexible and Personalized Content

■ Easy Booking System

■ Focus on Your Progress Without Distractions

Group Lesson

80 Mins / 2 points

Benefit from efficient knowledge acquisition and engaging group discussions.

■ Expertly Crafted Curriculums

■ No Hassle of Making Reservations Each Time

■ Learn from Your Classmates’ Insights

Opportunity to try out the Japanese you have learned

Practical sessions three times a month (Free of charge)

Dojo points will be renewed at the beginning of each month

New time slots are added every Monday

Private Lesson

Our counselor will discuss your needs and desired learning outcomes to create a personalized Japanese language learning experience. We will then match you with the most suitable coach for you.


  1. Select any materials that interest you
  2. Find the perfect coach tailored to your needs
  3. Learn at your own pace
  • Enjoy a flexible schedule that allows you to study at your own pace. Lessons can be booked anytime, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
  • “Metrix” is a system that organizes your values and interests, which will be incorporated into your language lessons to help your Japanese coaches create more relevant and personalized lessons for you.

[Example Private Lesson Package]

LessonspointsExample of Personalized Contents
10 L20 pts■Last-minute preparations for >> Travel to Japan >> Job interview
■Pinpoint Weak Point Reinforcement ■Follow-up group lessons
20 L40 pts■Preparation of speech or presentations
■Short-term intensive plan (3 lessons / 120 minutes per day for 10 days)
50 L100 pts■Complete Mastery of Daily and Business Conversation Project
■JLPT Intensive Prep
100 L200 pts■Long-term sustainable lesson course
■Point Share Family Course

Group Lesson

Our group lessons are organized in a “three plus one” format. In addition to the three main areas of Daily Conversation, Business Conversation, and Test Preparation, we offer a wide variety of Cultural Sessions.”


  1. Well-designed curriculums prepared for each level
  2. No need to make a reservation for each lesson
  3. Learn from and interact with classmates
  • All group lessons are programmed in our unique 21 levels (Beginner to Advanced), ensuring a suitable learning experience.
  • Combining group lessons in the three areas provides a comprehensive Japanese language study experience.
  • Culture sessions allow students to immerse themselves in the culture, helping them understand the language’s operating system in a hands-on way.

Daily Conversation

The Daily Conversation Course is designed to help you become comfortable with life in Japan and build new connections. It will take you from simple skills, such as describing your actions and thoughts, to a higher level of fluency where you can vividly express your intentions, confidently discuss Japanese history and culture, and demonstrate empathy in conversations with native Japanese speakers.

Please find more details about each level of the Japanese Daily Conversation Courses below:

[Beginner Classes]

Level (Class)Lessons(pts)Learning outcomes
Level 116L (32pts)■Building a relationship with the first person ■Talking and asking about plans ■Invite people to join ■Accepting an invitation or refusing it well
Level 216L (32pts)■Talk and listen about events ■Expressing what you like and what you want to do Conversation in supermarkets, restaurants, and convenience stores
Level 316L (32pts)■Asking for and suggesting things to do ■Exchanging information about daily life and familiar topics ■Talk about experiences and get and give information
Level 416L (32pts)■A casual conversation with friends ■Expressing your own opinions and listening to others’ opinions ■Use conjunctions to expand conversations

[Upper Beginner Classes]

Level (Class)LessonsLearning outcomes
Level 516L (32pts)■Natural conversation using spoken language ■Explain the situation, make requests, and apologize ■Dealing with and explaining preparations
Level 616L (32pts)■Talking about goals and plans for the future ■Explaining how things should be done and in what order ■Ask for and give advice on a variety of topics and matters
Level 716L (32pts)■Talk about what you are doing and what you have done toward your goals ■Share information about what you don’t know and what you are worried about ■Politely express gratitude
Level 816L (32pts)■Exchange information based on the current situation and objects ■Explain one’s situation ■Asking and responding to various situations and events

[Intermediate Classes]

Level (Class)LessonsLearning outcomes
Level 96L (12pts)■ Create a rhythm in human relations ■To be able to give typical examples and explain the causes and reasons in an orderly manner
Level 106L (12pts)■ Understand each other and deepen friendships ■Explain using materials such as tables and graphs, to talk about one’s own ideas, and listen to the ideas of others
Level 116L (12pts)■ Build and solidify relationships ■State facts about a topic using longer sentences and more formal expressions
Level 126L (12pts)■ Expressing “honest feelings” ■Express one’s own thoughts and feelings on familiar topics
Level 136L (12pts)■ Verbalize feelings of joy, anger, sorrow, and sadness ■Verbalize feelings of joy, anger, sorrow, and sadness

[Upper-Intermediate Classes]

Level (Class)LessonsLearning outcomes
Level 148L (16pts)■Talk about each other’s preferences ■Ask questions and express one’s thoughts in light of facts ■Earn and deepen understanding of the background of the Japanese language, culture, and society
Level 158L (16pts)■Clearly express one’s thoughts and communicate them to others ■Express opinions and impressions about what you have learned from what you have thought and felt ■Earn and deepen your understanding of the background of the Japanese language, culture, and society
Level 168L (16pts)■Deepen understanding of opinions that differ from your own ■Express one’s own feelings and hopes using expressions of assumption and inference ■Earn and deepen understanding of the background of Japanese language, culture and society
Level 178L (16pts)■Think and speak logically ■Draw conclusions and ideas by giving concrete examples based on facts and evidence ■Learn and deepen understanding of the background of the Japanese language, culture, and society

[Advanced Classes]

Level (Class)LessonsLearning outcomes
Level 189L (18pts)■Understand yourself, manage and operate topics related to yourself and your surroundings ■Increase your choice of topics, and allow others to get to know you better and understand each other better ■Learn about different cultures, including the differences between Japanese and foreigners, and aim to become an intercultural communicator
Level 199L (18pts)■Understand Japan, manage and operate topics such as values, culture, and customs ■Move from broad topics to individual topics and communicate the flow of the story in a clear manner ■Learn about different cultures, including the differences between Japanese and foreigners, and aim to become an intercultural communicator.
Level 209L (18pts)■Understand your own country and the world, manage and operate topics such as the lives and cultures of countries and people ■Expressing thoughts and feelings in a variety of ways while comparing/contrasting, rephrasing words ■Learn about different cultures, including the differences between Japanese and foreigners, and aim to become an intercultural communicator
Level 219L (18pts)■Understand someone from a different culture, using a different language, and create a path to coexist with them ■Understand values you and others believe in, and appreciate differences ■Learn about different cultures, including the differences between Japanese and foreigners, and aim to become an intercultural communicator

❷ Business Conversation

Our Business Conversation Course is tailored to address real-life business scenarios. You will learn expressions necessary for business meetings and presentations, appropriate language for both internal and external company interactions, and practical skills such as business negotiations and etiquette. This course will enhance your comfort level when conducting daily tasks and improve your communication with Japanese colleagues and partners. Many companies choose us as their language training program provider.

Please find more details about each level of the Japanese Business Conversation Courses below:

[Intermediate Classes]

Level (Class)LessonsLearning outcomes
Level 106L (12pts)■Introduce yourself in business situations ■Create good relationships by greeting appropriately in various scenes
Level 116L (12pts)■Confirm the plans and feasibility of a project with colleagues, and ask for permission from your boss ■make detailed requests to specific people
Level 126L (12pts)■Invite people to events, and approve or decline invitations from others ■Understand the idea of “Uchi (inside)” and “Soto (outside)” your company, and use different expressions depending on the situation
Level 136L (12pts)■Set a date and time, confirm, and get an appointment ■Make a proposal, considering the goals and the flow of a whole business plan

[Upper-Intermediate Classes]

Level (Class)LessonsLearning outcomes
Level 148L (16pts)■Focus on key points, and summarize in order to explain the whole picture of an idea ■State positive and negative opinions depending on the situation
Level 158L (16pts)■Use appropriate expressions in meetings and discussions to carry on a conversation ■Euphemistically disagree with the opinions of others and give reasons or alternative suggestions
Level 168L (16pts)■Use appropriate conjunctions and allow a conversation to proceed step by step to reach a conclusion ■Explain your opinion to others and persuade them
Level 178L (16pts)■ Ask about the current situation and make requests in response to your complaints ■Understand basic contents, speaking styles and procedure for presentations

[Advanced Classes]

Level (Class)LessonsLearning outcomes
Level 188L (16pts)■Start and keep the good mood of the conversation ■Tell the information needed to take over one’s work and understand it
Level 198L (16pts)■Use effective expressions during a meet-up and proceed with negotiations ■Respond to customers’ complaints appropriately by choosing certain words and phrases
Level 208L (16pts)■Respond to a customer’s complaint appropriately with your boss ■Try to solve an issue that occurred between a client, by explaining what happened, and what will be done to solve it
Level 218L (16pts)■When trouble occurs between a client, make an effort to solve the issue, seeking your boss’ help ■Work with the client with sincerity and decline transactions

Test Preparation

The Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) is a significant milestone for many learners on their Japanese learning journey, whether it’s for measuring progress or providing proof of language fluency for educational or career purposes. Our JLPT Test Preparation Course is designed to help you master various grammar forms and vocabulary tailored to your desired level, bringing you closer to achieving your Japanese goals.

Please find more details about each level of the Japanese Test Preparation Courses below:

[JLPT Classes]

Level (Class)LessonsLearning outcomes
N512L (24pts)■Pass JLPT N5 ■Understand basic sentence patterns, vocabulary, and kanji used in daily life ■Listen and catch what is said in simple conversations ■Understand the tendency of exam questions ■Finishing touch on N5 study
N416L (32pts)■Pass JLPT N4 ■Understand basic sentence patterns, the vocabulary used in daily life and understand more kanji ■ understand conversations in everyday situations and sentences about familiar topics ■Understand the tendency of exam questions ■Finishing touch on N4 study
N322L (44pts)■Pass JLPT N3 ■Increase knowledge of basic sentence patterns, vocabulary, and kanji used in daily life ■Complete beginner level and develop intermediate-level Japanese language skills ■Understand the tendency of exam questions ■Finishing touch on N3 study
N26L (12pts)■Pass JLPT. N2 ■Understand the tendency of exam questions ■Finishing touch on N2 study
N16L (12pts)■Pass JLPT. N1 ■Understand the tendency of the exam questions ■Finishing touch on N1 study

+ Hiragana Times Culture Session

Discover the power of language and culture in harmony with our innovative Hiragana Times Sessions at We Languages. Immerse yourself in an authentic learning environment that goes beyond textbooks, fostering practical language skills while deepening your cultural understanding.

At We Languages, our Hiragana Times Culture Sessions bring together regular coaches and Japanese students from our sister school, We English School.

This dynamic learning experience offers a unique opportunity to practice Japanese in a real-world context, gaining fresh insights and expanding your horizons.

As a group company of Hiragana Times, a renowned bilingual (English-Japanese) magazine, We Languages is dedicated to promoting the beauty of Japanese art and culture to a global audience. Established in 1986, Hiragana Times has been the trusted companion of Japanese language learners and Japan enthusiasts from over 100 countries.

Join our Hiragana Times Sessions and experience firsthand the synergy between language and culture, empowering your journey towards Japanese mastery.

[Let’s talk about JAPAN]

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No. of LessonsContent
Japanese and Cherry Blossoms
2LCherry blossoms seem to have magical power. Their blooming yet fleeting beauty fascinates us so much that we can’t help but go and see them. e blooming of cherry blossoms signals the arrival of spring and also symbolizes a new beginning in life. A new semester begins at school, new employees join the company, and we take a hopeful step forward, decorated with cherry blossoms. (From the text body)
Japanese DNA in Tsukemono
2L (2pts) During the hot season, we crave salty and sour tsukemono (Japanese pickles) more than usual. Whether at home or at a sumptuous kaiseki dinner, it is hard to imagine a Japanese meal without tsukemono. They are a perfect accompaniment to rice and miso soup, and their crunchy, crispy, mouthwatering flavors are sure to delight your palate. (From the text body)
Learn about Japan through “Sake”
2L (2pts) Daiginjo with its gorgeous aroma, ginjo with its elegant and refreshing taste, junmai with its deep flavor, honjozo with its refreshing taste, and sparkling sake with its effervescent type…… all have their own merits, so choose the one that best suits your mood and cuisine of the day. (From the text body)
Dashi, the Secret of Japanese Cuisine

2L (2pts) The history of kombu is ancient, and according to a history book, it was presented to the Imperial Court in the Nara period (around the 8th century). At that time, kombu was highly prized. It was in the Kamakura period (around the 13th century) that it appeared as soup stock. In the latter half of the Edo period (around the 17th century), marine transport developed, and the kelp harvested in Ezochi (Hokkaido) was delivered by Kitamae ship from the Japan Sea side to Kyoto and Osaka and then to Qing (China) via Satsuma (Kagoshima) and Ryukyu (Okinawa) is route was called the “kelp road.” e majority of kelp is produced in the Ezochi, and as the sales channels were expanded, it spread to the general population. Hokuriku, which used to be a transit point for Kitamae ships, prospered as a kelp processing area and still boasts the highest consumption of kelp in Japan. (From the text body)
Japanese people put their love into BENTO

2L (2pts) When we hear the word “bento,” I get kind of excited. Field trips, field days, picnics, and dates come to mind. The cook puts his/her heart and soul into cooking, envisioning the smiles of family, friends, and loved ones, and packs the finished dish with color, nutritional balance, and a sense of the season. The bento is also a great opportunity to show your lover that you are a good cook and perhaps make them like you more. (From the text body)
The power of “incense” to dispel evil spirits
2L (2pts) Incense was first introduced to Japan around the year 538 when Buddhism was introduced. At that time, it was mainly used to purify Buddha altars and had strong religious connotations.
In the Edo period (1603-1867), various manners and customs for appreciating incense, as well as incense implements, were prepared, and “Kodo” (the way of incense) was established. In Kodo, it is described as “listening to the fragrance,” where the mind is focused on the fragrance, the senses sharpened and quieted, and the fragrance is perceived.
Japanese People who
Love Hot Springs

2L (2pts) For Japanese people, the hot springs are a place where they can feel at home. When they are tired, when they have worked hard, when they are sad, when they want to talk slowly with friends, when they want to get together with family, when they want to make noise with friends, or when they want to spend a wonderful time with their loved ones, they invite people to go to the onsen. It is like a remedy that restores the body and mind.

Other themes include Japanese culture, history, politics, economics, and society.

Special Courses

A-ha Experiences Course

Course Goal: To experience the many “Ah, I see! experiences in the Japanese language and culture.

Total: 4 episodes (4 sessions + 1 review private lesson)

Lesson Styles: Group Lesson (up to four students) 85 minutes
Private Lesson(one-to-one) 40 minutes


  • Tabemasu Edition (食べます編 / to Eat)
  • Kaimasu Edition (買います編 / to Buy)
  • Ikimasu Edition (行きます編 / to Go)
  • Aimasu Edition (会います編 / to Meet)
  • + one private lesson (one-on-one)

A-ha experiences Course

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