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Coto Events in January 2017

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on December 19, 2016

We are planning the following events in January 2017. Please send your request for participation to info@cotoacademy.com! Lunch Tour in Kagurazaka Thursday, January 12 Have you eve...

Japanese Study

And Japan’s Buzzword of 2016 is kamitteru!

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on December 2, 2016

Every year, Jiyukokuminsha publishing house, known for its annual book of slang, hold a buzzwords competition capturing social, political and entertainment trends of the year. The ...

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Coto Academy’s Winter Break

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on November 29, 2016

What are your plans for the Winter break? Time to close your books, folders and computer for a while for some time with your family and friends, catching-up on sleep...

School News

The Emperor’s Birthday – a Japanese National Holiday

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Tomorrow (Friday, December 23) is the Emperor’s Birthday (天皇誕生日) – a Japanese national holiday! The date is determined by the reigning Emperor’s birthdate, Akihit...

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End Of The Year Party 2016

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on November 25, 2016

What a year! Time flies and here we are, preparing Coto Academy’s End Of The Year Party! What sort of year was 2016 for you? We’ve already introduced the custom of cele...

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Japanese Intensive Course Year End Christmas Special 2016

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on November 16, 2016

Is 2017 the year for Japanese? 2017 is just around the corner, what kind of year will it be for you? If you’re ready to step-up your Japanese skills, our intensive course Yea...

Cultural Events

Coto Events in December 2016

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on November 14, 2016

We are planning the following events in December 2016. Please send your request for participation to info@cotoacademy.com! Lunch Tour in Kagurazaka Thursday, December 1 Have you ev...

School News

Japanese National Holiday: Labor Thanksgiving Day

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Did you know Japan also celebrates a Labor Thanksgiving Day? The Japanese government established this public national holiday in 1948 after the World War II. This holiday, taking p...

Japanese Study

Three Japanese Scary Spirits You Should Know About

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on October 28, 2016

You cannot travel in Japan without hearing at least a story or two about Japanese scary spirits. Are you aware that indeed, Japan is surrounded by a mythology of ancient...

Student Testimonials

From Foreign to Home, Inaya’s Working Experience in Japan

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on October 25, 2016

Inaya moved to Japan in March 2016 to pursue an exciting work opportunity in the Japanese headquarters of a global manufacturing company. “I have always been the kind of pers...

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