We have uploaded the new schedule for September! New time-slots, which means greater possibility to find a time that suits you. Check it out here!
We have also updated the Teacher page, with new info, and also a new teacher! Check it out here!
So take a look around, find a time that you like, and we look forward to meeting you! ^_^
Hello out there!
Maybe you have been wondering where the updates have been the last week? Well, we have had a short summer break, but now we are back in full swing.
We have passed the mid-point of August, and we will update with some events happening in the Tokyo are during the second half of August. We will also continue to post about culture, language, and other interesting things.
So let’s enjoy the rest of the summer together.
The Cosmos Tokyo Staff
No new post about culture or history today, because we have been busy looking over the website and updating. Take a look around for the latest information, more pictures, and new features. A few highlights are:
- Contact Page – Click the picture to send mail, or just fill out the form to get in touch.
- Events Page – We have a board in the Cosmos class room with upcoming events in Tokyo. Now it is here on the site as well.
- About Page – It now has pictures, and our new logo.
Click around, and take a look. And when you want to contact us, just go to the Contact page. (^_^)
Welcome to study at Cosmos Tokyo!
No matter if you are new to the Japanese language, or if you are already studying. Everyone is welcome to study with us. Perhaps you have found that you need to learn Japanese as part of your work? Or you feel that conversation is still not your strong point, despite studying every day at school? At Cosmos Tokyo, you can tell us what you want to work more on, and we will help you with that. Our teacher having more that 25 years experience af teaching Japanese, in Japan and abroad, from beginners to business level. We can also help you prepare for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT).
Your first time at Cosmos is always a free trial-lesson. After that, it is only 1500 yen/lesson for group lessons. If you bring a friend or relative, however, you get a free lesson! And you can study with you friends or your family!
The school is located in Hanzomon, on the Tokyo Metro Hanzomon-line. With just a two minute walk from the station, the school is really close. Just take Exit 3A at Hanzomon, and when you get to street level, go down the street to the right of the petrol station. In the very next crossing, turn right, and you will soon see Glenpark Building on your right. You have arrived!
So why not come and study with us today?!
If you have any questions, or want to book a lesson, feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
We are looking forward to hearing from you!
We have done some smaller updates to the website today, hence this small post, and not your usual article that you might be used to.
So click around, and dive in on the latest information about us and the school. And if you find anything you like, or have any questions, feel free to contact us.
As some of you might have noticed, there was no blog update this Tuesday. This was because of a short hiatus in between terms. But we are back and working to deliver the best Japanese lessons to the best price.
As you all might now, Cosmos Tokyo is a newly started Japanese language school here in Hanzomon, Tokyo. We offer group lessons, as well as private lessons, with a professional Japanese teacher that has many years experience of teaching. We also aim to make these lessons adaptable to what the students feel that they need to review more, or just feel that they are missing in their current studies.
We welcome students of all ages, and all walks of life. You don’t have to be a student who seeks to enrich his/her studies. If you are here through work, and have little or no knowledge of Japanese, or if you just wish to refresh your skills, you are welcome to contact us and find a spot that suits you.
We also offer preparatory studies for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT), all levels.
We have some changes coming up here at Cosmos, which we wish to tell all of you about.
- The staff members have changed. We are now three people helping Kobayashi-sensei. We are:
Mari – A student of management and administration at Keio University. Has been to Seattle one year for her studies.
Moto – A student of English Linguistics at Hosei University. Has been to Manchester for one year for his studies.
Philip – A student of Japanese, with a degree in Communications and Japanese. Originally from Sweden, he is now seeking fame and fortune in Japan.
- The schedule will change a bit. Due to popular demand, and because the amount of available slots for classes are diminishing, we are opening up new slots on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
We will be updating the website with the new information as soon as possible. Keep your eyes peeled for the latest info.
As of June 13th, Cosmos Japanese Language School students will no longer be able to make a booking one day before the actual class.
Students must always book a class two days in advance.
If you have difficulties making bookings in advance, please consult with us. We do our best to make sure our students can easily and comfortably come in for a class.
We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you for your understanding.
We are happy to finally have the chance to introduce to you all the COSMOS crew.
Click here to find out more about us!
Starting from May 19th (Monday), we will be opening our doors every two weeks to those who want to casually practice their Japanese.
You can come in whenever you want (within the fixed hours in the schedule below). Just make sure you send us an e-mail before you drop by or let us know through our twitter (@cosmosjapanese) or facebook (Cosmos Japanese Language School).
We have our lunch break from 12:30-13:00 so if you plan to come around that time, feel free to bring your own lunch and join us.
300 yen/ 1 hour
500 yen/ no limit
What we offer:
– the chance to practice your Japanese with young Japanese students
– unlimited drinks and snacks
– free wi-fi
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested or would like more information! We are looking forward to hearing from you!
If you are looking for a Japanese language school, sign up for a free trial!
- We do not ask for any material fee or registration fee.
- If you have your own material that you would like to continue studying, you can bring that along.
- If you do not have a specific textbook/curriculum in mind, you can tell us what you would like to improve (writing, speaking, reading etc.) and what you are interested in and we will plan a curriculum that fits your needs.
- You can come for class several times a week or once every two, three weeks.
It really is a great environment for anyone who wants to learn Japanese!