We Japanese Language School in Shibuya Tokyo Japanese Language School

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We smoothly transition their lives from their homes to Japan by getting them involved to acquire Japanese language and culture to link them in Japan.

Client’s Stories

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Mrs. Leah Cassidy (United Kingdom)

Q. What is your aim to learn Japanese?
A. I moved to Tokyo having no Japanese at all. I didn’t feel comfortable living here without making the effort to learn the language. I wanted to be able to understand some Japanese, and also be able to do the basics in everyday life without trying to say it louder, but still in English!

Q. Which aspect drove you choose ‘We?’
A. I trialled a couple of different companies before deciding on We. I liked the learning format they used, and also the flexibility  that I could have to juggle school holidays and work! Also the staff are extremely helpful and patient!

Q. How do you learn Japanese at (with) ‘We?’
A. I attend a small group session with people in a similar position. I try to review the work I have done before my next session to improve my participation in the next class.

Q. How do you make use of Japanese that you have learned with us?
A. I use it most days in the supermarket, to have brief conversations with the cashier, even about the weather! I can direct taxi’s which I was so excited about! I make reservations in restaurants and can sometimes read the menus if there’s not too much kanji!

Q. Please give your message to who plans to start learning Japanese!
A.Don’t be scared! It is very rewarding once you learn a few basic things (which will happen in your first lesson at We!!). Learn your hiragana and katakana as soon as you can. It will surprise you how helpful it is in everyday life as well as the classes. Japanese people really appreciate that you are making the effort to learn their language.

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Mrs. Caroline Ruck  (Germany)

Q. What is your aim to learn Japanese?
A. I generally dislike the idea of living in a different country and not making the effort of learning the language. It is key to understand the culture, the people and to get around. Anyone who has the opportunity to study a new language should definitely use it. Since i grew up in Europe, it always made sense to at least know a few other languages than my mother tongue.

Q. Which aspect drove you choose ‘We?’
A. “We” was recommended to me and after searching for language schools online, this one made the best effort. Also i really liked the very warm and welcoming atmosphere of the school facilities.

Q. How do you learn Japanese at (with) ‘We?’
A. After finishing a 10 week intensive course I am now polishing key topics with private lessons.

Q. How do you make use of Japanese that you have learned with us?
A. Pretty much everyday whether it is for shopping, in restaurants, getting around or talking to locals.

Q.  Please give your message to who plans to start learning Japanese!
A. Don’t be tricked by the idea to be able to speak and read Japanese within a couple of month. Surely you will learn a lot, especially most needed things but since it is not related to any European language it won’t come so natural to you. Still worth a try! ‘Ganbatte!’

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Mrs. Afag Aslanowa (Azerbaijan Republic)

Q. What is your aim to learn Japanese?
A. My goal in learning Japanese was to be able to speak good/proper Japanese, to be able to read in Japanese and, most importantly, to be able to find a job, as most of the hiring companies require  Japanese.

Q. Which aspect drove you choose ‘We?’
A. Before coming to We I’ve spent a good few weeks researching online and visiting schools I’ve chosen (based on things they offer), and after a few long and tiring interviews, I chose We because the atmosphere of the school was nothing like others, including the councilors and teachers.

Q. How do you learn Japanese at (with) ‘We?’
A. I’ve found out about We from Internet.

Q. How do you make use of Japanese that you have learned with us?
A. I’m lucky enough to be able to speak Japanese with my family and friends, yet now after a few months in We, I’m finally understanding more Japanese, be it TV, radio or books. Would never imagine myself being able to read which makes me really happy.

Q. Please give your message to who plans to start learning Japanese!
A. I think for a person to be successful learning the language, he/she should first fall in love with the language, culture and country in its whole. More Japanese you speak, more you can enjoy your life in Japan, no matter if you’ll use it for job or making friends. Japan is a wonderful country and its people love to share their amazingly interesting stories, so just try to look at it as a passion. In my country there’s a saying which literally means ‘one language – one person,’ thus more languages you speak, more people you can talk to and learn from. Every country has its own philosophy and beauty and you’ll never get to the depth of it as long as you don’t know the language. Don’t forget to enjoy your path and try to always speak to people, no matter how good or bad your Japanese is.

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