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Course Info MyJLPT – How to check your results for the December 2020 JLPT

If you registered for the December 2020 JLPT electronically, the results of the December 2020 JLPT will be released on January 25th 2021 through your MYJLPT page. How to check...

Posted by on January 20, 2021
Free Japanese Typing Practice

Are you looking for Japanese Typing practice?  Check out this application from Benesse.  If you are looking for a great way to learn Japanese typing – this app seems very......

Omitting Particles in Japanese – When can you skip Wa, O, Ga, E in Japanese?

Omitting particles in casual spoken Japanese is very common.  But when can you do this – and how should you do it? In this short blog we will show you...

How to pass the JLPT N5 in just one month – Is it possible?

We cannot guarantee that you will pass the JLPT in just one month – but in this article – we will share our tips for preparing to pass the JLPT...

Orchards and Fruit Picking in Tokyo – How to Make a Reservation and Key Vocabulary

Are you planning a family outing in Tokyo? Or maybe even a romantic date! In any case, fruit picking in Tokyo is a fantastic excursion idea! Japan has orchards and...

Free JLPT N5 Japanese Audio Listening Course

Are you a beginner Japanese learner that wants to improve your listening?  We are excited to share that we have just launched our new JLPT N5 30 Day Listening Challenge!...

Business Japanese Textbooks for 2020 – Listed by Level

Many of our students ask for recommendations about which textbooks are best for Business Japanese. As time and resources change – we want to give you an updated list of...

The Best Video Game to Learn Japanese Kanji – Kanji Drop

The best video game to learn Japanese Kanji – Kanji Drop is tetris for Kanji learning with a dictionary and flashcards. You can learn Kanji Kanji Drop – The Best...

Facial Features in Japanese – How to Say Nose, Mouth, Eyes… in Japanese? – Illustrated Guide

Click Here to join our 30 day challenge to learn Hiragana In Japanese, there are many expressions that use facial features and body parts to convey meanings. In this blog...

Knowing how to say “No” in Japanese

Saying ‘no’ in Japan is a tricky subject. The Japanese will rarely give a direct no to an answer, preferring instead to give an indirect answer that conveys the message of no.

Kanji Practice Worksheet Free Download: JLPT N3 -Unit 3: Hospital – PDF

When you feel sick, or if an accident happens to you in Japan, you should go to a clinic or hospital. In this unit we will introduce to you some relevant...

Kanji Practice Worksheet Free Download: JLPT N3 -Unit 1: On the Street – PDF

When living in Japan, kanji can be seen in many places. These various locations include Kanji on the Street such as traffic signs, shop signs, restaurant advertisements, etc. In ou...

Fun learning Japanese = Effective learning Japanese #7 Pascal

★Introducing testimonials from student’s of ILS (Iidabashi Language School) before it became Coto Japanese Academy Fun learning Japanese  = Effective learning Japanese Pascal...