We Japanese Language School in Shibuya Tokyo Japanese Language School





'We' offers customized lessons based on your JapaNEEDS. Your student partner will customize your lesson plan after discussing your goals with you to help you succeed outside the classroom.

We student’s JapaNEEDS®!

◆Wants to be able to recognize Chinese characters seen on traffic signs and signs around the city. (Executive, USA)

◆Wants to be able to give opinions and express thoughts in Japanese, as though Japanese is their native language. (SE, India)

◆Wants to communicate with Japanese mothers from son’s pre-school. (Homemaker, Germany)

◆ Wants to improve business conversations using formal Japanese. (IT Engineer, China)

◆Wants to read the menu at an ’izakaya’ and wants to be able to ask for the best dish in the store. (Sales director, Canada)

◆Wants to master space terminology, be able to give presentations and answer questions in a seminars for students. (Space-related, USA)

◆Wants to give a part of an internal presentation in Japanese. (Sales director, Germany)

◆Wants the ability to communicate in Japanese with daughter’s fiancé’s family and grandchildren in the future. (Tourist, Australia)

◆Wants to start and end a conversation in Japanese with a shop clerk. (Executive, Netherlands)

◆Wants to improve conversations skills during his stay in Japan. (Lawyer, Germany)

◆Is able to speak daily conversation in Japanese, has the possibility of permanently residing in Japan since spouse is Japanese and so wants to pass N2 with change of jobs in mind. (Lawyer, USA)

◆Wants to go shopping at a food market.  Wants to give instructions about how to cook to Japanese chefs and learn how to cook Japanese food. (Chef, USA)

◆Master vocabulary related to M&A and expand the Japanese customer base by understanding Japanese economical news. (Corporate lawyer, Switzerland)

◆Wants to understand the details of the department conferences, and give opinions. Wants to explain student’s grades in the parents’ teacher meeting. (Professor, USA)

◆Came to Japan for the first time because of husband’s job transfer. Because there are no friends in Japan, wants to speak simple Japanese for networking. (Homemaker, Iran)

◆Wants exchange information about artificial intelligence and the latest technology. (Project manager, Philippines)

◆Wants to be able to understand business conferences to an extent without an interpreter.  Wants to give a lecture for sales managers all over Japan in Japanese. (Executive, Belgium)

◆Wants to pass JLPT N2 in 2 years. (Executive, France)

◆Wants to pass an audition for a drama, wants to talk with pronunciation indistinguishable from Japanese people. (Model, USA)

◆Wants to have confidence writing business e-mails in Japanese with a Japanese client. (Sales, Brazil)

◆Is job hunting to work for a Japanese company and wants to improve Japanese for an internship. (College student, Spain)

◆Had studied on own time but does not understand what people are saying or know what to say, so wants to be able to have a conversation accordingly to the situation. (Web designer, Canada)

◆This will be the 3rd visit to Japan, is thinking of residing in Japan for a while, and wants to acquire practical phrases to enjoy life in Japan. (School manager, UK)

◆Is very cautious about son’s diet, and so wants to be able to understand nutritious contents of food.  Wants to be able to order on-line. (Homemaker, Romania)

◆Wants to prepare and practice for a job interview in 2 weeks. (Teacher, France)

◆Wants to be able to tell own analyst’s skills to Japanese clients to expand branch offices in Japan. (IT analyst, India)

◆Having the company’s web marketing service seminar next month, and so wants to prepare for presentation using PPT. (Web marketing director, USA)

◆Want to be understand questions from students’ parents, and explain students’ growth. (English teacher, UK)

◆Wants to give a part of a speech in Japanese. (CEO, Netherlands)

◆Wants to volunteer in the 2020 Olympics. (Homemaker, China)

◆Wants to learn Japanese used for talking to customers and on the phone, and wants to pursue business in Japanese. (Fashion, USA)

◆Wants to able to have a conversation with Japanese friends. (Designer, Germany)

◆Wants to improve Chinese characters. (Professor, Peru)

◆Wants to be able to elicit Japanese clients’ needs. (Sales, Singapore)

◆Wants to talk about hobbies in Japanese with Japanese friends met through same interests. (Homemaker, Canada)

◆Wants to improve Japanese ability for a career change planned in 2 years. (SE, Pakistan)

◆Spouse is Japanese and wants to be able to communicate in Japanese and master it while child is still young. (Consultant, UK)

◆Be able to casually communicate with Japanese boyfriend’s friends. (English teacher, Australia)

◆Wants to give end of the year and New Year greetings to employees and their families in Japanese. (CEO, USA)

◆Studied Japanese in college but has not used Japanese for a long time and so wants to thoroughly try it all over again. (IT manager, USA)

◆Wants to be able to have a simple conversation with daughter’s kindergarten teacher and understand announcements and events. (Homemaker, Argentina)

◆Learn vocabulary used in daily life and be able to use them. (Broadcast writer, Germany)

◆Wants to know Japanese omotenashi, manners, and proverbs. (Doctor, USA)

◆Be able to understand projects and graphs, and give a presentation about projects in Japanese. (Executive, Australia)

◆Has no problem with daily conversations, so wants to be able to choose vocabulary and phrases that are more natural similar to Japanese speakers. (Engineer, Korea)

◆Be able to sift through appropriate information on current affairs and exchange information. (Diplomat, USA)

◆Be able to understand Japanese “variety” programs. (IT engineer, Canada)

◆Loves Japanese culture, and wants to have a conversation about Japanese culture with Japanese friends. (Tourist, Brazil)

◆English is used at work but wants to communicate in Japanese to build a smooth relationship with Japanese staff (Insurance Company, France)

◆Wants to perfect presentation in Japanese to present ideas to help with strategy ad the direction of the company. (Designer, USA)

◆Was in an international school in Japan, but wants to be able to use casual and formal Japanese distinctively. (Homemaker, USA)




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