Online Interactive 

Online Interactive course contains about 150 hours' worth of content, which students proceed at their own pace. It provides you with video lessons, lesson exercises, assignments, exams, listening contents, and live sessions. Teachers are qualified and experienced language trainers, and are all native speakers. The course is monitored by instructors and staff, and questions and comments are gathered from students by the Ding Talk app. Instructors consult with students during live sessions.

What You Will Learn

  • Basic level of grammar, writing, and listening
  • 215 Kanji characters
  • New vocabularies (about 1060 words)
  • Speaking at live session

Expected level after complete

  • Certificate of Course Completion: 150 hours of study
  • N5 level

Who Should Attend 

  • Those who want to study basic Japanese on their own
  • Those who needs a certificate of Japanese study for 150 hours

Ways to Learn

  • Online only


  • Minna no Nihongo I
  • Ding Talk app Registration (We use the Ding Talk app to communicate with students of Standard/ Premium Plan. Live sessions will be also held on Ding Talk)

Available plans

Features \ PlanBasic

25 lessons with 125 videos

Exercise materials for each lesson.

Term live sessions (7 times)


Term assignments & exams


Multi-language support (Once/lesson)


Course completion certificate issuance

Multi-language support (ANYTIME during the course)--
Price, JPY(¥)25,00050,00055,000


This article was updated on 20 Oct 2021

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