AIUEO - Ha (は) – Haniwa- Japanese Unglazed Pottery

This week Nezu San will teach us about Japanese Haniwa Pottery

How to Learn Japanese In Tokyo

A List of the best ways to learn Japanese in Tokyo

Find The Perfect Accommodation For Your Stay in Tokyo

At Coto Japanese Academy, we want you to enjoy your experience studying Japanese in Tokyo! If you’re looking for an accommodation during your time with us, we’d be happ...

Events in September 2018

This is an older post – to see our upcoming monthly events – click here Monthly Events Japanese Every month we hold cultural and social events for our students and...

AIUEO Japanese Learning Blog – No – nosaido (No side)

This week we will be learning some Japanese katakana words related to Rugby from Matsumoto Sensei

Japanese Learning Blog – AIUEO – NE – NEKO – Japanese idioms related to cats

This week – Kumi Tanaka Sensei will share with us several idioms in Japanese related to cats.

AIUEO Japanese Learning Blog – Nu – Learn by stealing

This week – Yumi Yoshida will teach us about how to learn Japanese by stealing.

AIUEO - Ni (に) – Nikki- Writing a Diary

In this blog from Hidari-San we will learn the difference between writing a diary and keeping a diary in Japanese.

20 Ways to use Daijobu / Daijoubu 大丈夫 | Learn Japanese

This blog will teach you how to use Daijobu / Daijoubu in Japanese. It lists 20 different ways that you can use daijobu / daijobu in Japanese with example sentences. So if you are looking for a quick reference that can teach you many ways of using this popular Japanese phrase – this is the blog for you!

Events in August 2018

This is an older post – to see our upcoming monthly events – click here Monthly Events Japanese Every month we hold cultural and social events for our students and...

AIUEO - Na (な) – Natsu Matsuri- Summer Festivals in Japan

Aiueo Blog “Summer Festivals” Na – Natsu matsuri 日本語「は」こちら Hello everyone! We have finally reached the turn around “Na” column of the Japanese alphabet. For this ...

New Staff Introduction: MutsukiSan – Licensed Scuba Diver and International Traveler

MutsukiSan is a new staff member that has been working at Coto Japanese Academy since February.  She is extremely friendly so please say Hi to her if you see her...