Special courses from Japanese universities

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With credit and/or certificate

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Visualizing Postwar Tokyo, Part 1
Tokyo emerged out of the ruins of war to become a large city of 10 million people in only a quarter of a century. During this process of change, the capital of a military empire that once invaded East Asia experienced occupation by the U.S. armed forces, hosted the Olympic Games, and transformed into a consumer hub where young people could enjoy economic “wealth.” It is important to know that this process was recorded in countless photographs, documentary films, TV programs, and so on. We will retrieve many of these archived pictures and videos and analyze what happened in postwar Tokyo from different perspectives. In Part 1, you will look at the changes that occurred in postwar Tokyo over a quarter of a century from four different perspectives: 1) occupation and Americanism; 2) imperial gaze and royal wedding; 3) The Olympic city; and 4) economic-cultural clash in Shinjuku. This examination of urban history will provide you with the insights necessary when considering changes in other large cities in Asia, such as Seoul, Beijing, and Bangkok, at the end of the twentieth century.
Credit, Certificat
Humanities & Social sciences
General
English
The University of Tokyo
JF Japanese e-Learning Minato
JF Japanese e-Learning Minato is a Japanese language learning platform provided by the Japan Foundation (JF). The word ‘Minato’ means “port”. Here at Minato, a place to learn and meet other like-minded people, we invite you to expand your understanding and knowledge of Japan, Japanese people, and the Japanese language. At Minato, you can learn Japanese with all sorts of online courses, sites and apps.
Required Japanese language level: None
Credit, Certificat
Education
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Japanese
English
Chinese
The Japan Foundation
Japanese STEP UP Courses
Japanese STEP UP Program
This is the Toyo University's Japanese STEP UP Course page. *The application has been closed.
Required Japanese language level: None
Credit, Certificat
Language
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Japanese
Toyo University
Business Japanese Special Courses
Business Japanese Special Courses
This is the Business Japanese Special Course page. *The application for 2022 Spring has been closed. The next term will be held around the end of August.
Required Japanese language level: N2/B2
Credit, Certificat
Language
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Japanese
Toyo University

Trial courses

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Details on data science
"Details on data science (examples)" introduces examples of Education, Marketing and R&D, to find how to use data science practically, through 15 minute video.
Required Japanese language level: None
Trial courses
Data science
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Japanese
English
JV-Campus
Data analysys overview (moving ahead with data analysis)
"Data analysys overview (moving ahead with data analysis)", you learn the foundational skill for statistics (Descriptive statistics, Estimation statistics and Bayesian statistics), data science and AI through 15 minute video.
Required Japanese language level: None
Trial courses
Data science
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Japanese
English
JV-Campus
Information literacy overview
"Information literacy overview", you learn the foundational skill for information literacy, to find what is information literacy, information theory and information ethics, through 15 minute video.
Required Japanese language level: None
Trial courses
Data science
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Japanese
English
JV-Campus
Japanese Language Preparatory Course (JLPC)
This material was prepared for JLPC 2022, which already started in February 2022 for incoming exchange students scheduled to begin studying at Gakushuin University in September 2022. The details about the Japanese language program for those who will come to Gakushuin in September 2023 will be decided in or around October 2022.
Required Japanese language level: Beginner
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Japanese
Gakushuin University
Japanese Language Magnet
In this course, we will move away from Japanese language textbooks and investigate how the language is used in modern-day Japanese society by looking at various themes.
Required Japanese language level: N3/A2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
General
High school
Japanese
English
University of Tsukuba
Canadian Cinema: The Problem with Having Such a Big Neighbor
This video introduces students to the challenges and opportunities attached to the Canadian film industry's geographical and cultural proximity with Hollywood.
Trial courses
Humanities & Social sciences
General
High school
English
University of Tsukuba
Learning Columns
Toyo University Learning Columns
The Learning Columns present videos that describe the activities of Toyo University students and departments.
Required Japanese language level: N2/B2
Trial courses
Natural science
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Japanese
English
Toyo University
Ritsumeikan University Special Lecture, College of Gastronomy Management
Special lecture of the College of Gastronomy Management, Ritsumeikan University,
Required Japanese language level: N1/C1
Trial courses
Others
Bachelor
High school
Japanese
English
Ritsumeikan University
Ritsumeikan University Special Lecture, College of International Relations
Special lecture by Prof. Megumi Ochi, Associate Professor of the College of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University,
Required Japanese language level: N1/C1
Trial courses
International affairs
Bachelor
High school
Japanese
English
Ritsumeikan University
Learnings at Kwansei Gakuin University
Open up your world with a trendy word. Through one trendy word, a series of videos will introduce Kwansei Gakuin University’s academics and research opportunities.
Required Japanese language level: N2/B2
Trial courses
Natural science
Bachelor
Master
General
Japanese
Kwansei Gakuin University
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Fun Kanji
⑧New Year's cards and Kanji
Required Japanese language level: N3/A2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Fun Kanji
⑦Nature of KOBE and Kanji
Required Japanese language level: N3/A2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Fun Kanji
⑥KOBE and Kanji
Required Japanese language level: N3/A2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Fun Kanji
⑤Enjoy Food and Kanji
Required Japanese language level: N3/A2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Fun Kanji
④Creativity of Kanji
Required Japanese language level: N3/A2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Fun Kanji
③The Shape of Kanji
Required Japanese language level: N3/A2
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Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Fun Kanji
②My Favorite Kanji
Required Japanese language level: N3/A2
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Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Fun Kanji
①Introduction
Required Japanese language level: N3/A2
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Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
Getting to Know People in Japan
⑧review
Required Japanese language level: N2/B2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Getting to Know People in Japan
⑦It's fun in Kansai!
Required Japanese language level: N2/B2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Getting to Know People in Japan
⑥I live in Japan
Required Japanese language level: N2/B2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Getting to Know People in Japan
⑤It's my job to inform the importance of food
Required Japanese language level: N2/B2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Getting to Know People in Japan
④I'll do my best for my family A young father
Required Japanese language level: N2/B2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Getting to Know People in Japan
③Words are rhythm
Required Japanese language level: N2/B2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
Getting to Know People in Japan
②Noh performer
Required Japanese language level: N2/B2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Getting to Know People in Japan
①Introduction
Required Japanese language level: N2/B2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Valiations of Japanese Language
⑧review
Required Japanese language level: N3/A2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Valiations of Japanese Language
⑦Dialect
Required Japanese language level: N3/A2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Valiations of Japanese Language
⑥Stereotypical speech
Required Japanese language level: N3/A2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Valiations of Japanese Language
⑤Onomatopoeia
Required Japanese language level: N3/A2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Valiations of Japanese Language
④Slang
Required Japanese language level: N3/A2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Valiations of Japanese Language
③Honorifics
Required Japanese language level: N3/A2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Valiations of Japanese Language
②Polite-style and Plain style
Required Japanese language level: N3/A2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
support
Valiations of Japanese Language
①Introduction
Required Japanese language level: N3/A2
Trial courses
Language
Bachelor
Japanese
KONAN UNIVERSITY
Enhance your knowledge -Hiroshima University 100 special lectures-
Due to the impact of the spread of the new coronavirus infection, various events have been cancelled throughout society, and many people have been forced to stay at home. We have posted a video clip of Hiroshima University's faculty members talking about their classes and research in a lecture titled "Enhance your knowledge -Hiroshima University 100 special lectures-". We hope you will actively watch the lectures you are interested in. *The affiliations and titles of the lecturers are those at the time of shooting.
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Natural science
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
English
Hiroshima University

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Four Facets of Contemporary Japanese Architecture: Technology
This is the second course of “Four Facets of Contemporary Japanese Architecture” series, with the focus on the second facet: technology. The technology portion will focus on works by architects who explored the use of technology—from techniques used for traditional crafts to computational processes—as a vehicle for their investigations into the conceptualization and production of architecture. Tadao Ando, Shigeru Ban, Manabu Chiba, Kengo Kuma, Kazuhiko Namba, and Yusuke Obuchi will visit their buildings to discuss the ideas behind their respective works.
Required Japanese language level: None
Others
Architecture & Art
General
Japanese
The University of Tokyo
Four Facets of Contemporary Japanese Architecture: City
This is the third course in the “Four Facets of Contemporary Japanese Architecture” series, which focuses on the third facet: city. After the 1970s, Japanese architects are said to have stopped conceptualizing cities and instead focused on designing the individual buildings that make up the cities. However, as cities continue to undergo significant transformations in response to globalization, the advent of information technologies, and so on, Japanese architects are once again engaging the city, and doing so in unique ways. This course on “City” will review the works of those architects who have attempted to conceptualize cities through their architecture and examine the changes over the last half century as well as the issues for the future. Fumihiko Maki, Itsuko Hasegawa, Riken Yamamoto, Kengo Kuma, Jun Aoki, and Atelier Bow-Wow (Yoshiharu Tsukamoto & Momoyo Kaijima) visit their buildings to discuss the ideas behind their respective works.
Required Japanese language level: None
Others
Architecture & Art
General
Japanese
The University of Tokyo
Four Facets of Contemporary Japanese Architecture: Theory
This series will explore four facets of contemporary Japanese architecture; theory, technology, city, and humans. It will also span five generations of architects since Kenzo Tange. Through lectures by instructors and discussions with the most influential Japanese architects, the course will trace the development of contemporary Japanese architecture and will consider its future direction. In this first course, we will focus on one of the four facets of Japanese architecture: theory. The theory portion will feature discussions with architects who played a significant role in influencing the development of theoretical frameworks that contributed to guiding contemporary Japanese architecture. Terunobu Fujimori, Arata Isozaki, Hisao Kohyama, Kengo Kuma, Hidetoshi Ohno, and Kazuyo Sejima will visit their buildings and discuss the ideas behind their respective works.
Required Japanese language level: None
Others
Architecture & Art
General
Japanese
The University of Tokyo
Quantum Mechanics of Molecular Structures
Knowing the geometrical structure of the molecules around us is one of the most important and fundamental issues in the field of chemistry. This course introduces the two primary methods used to determine the geometrical structure of molecules: molecular spectroscopy and gas electron diffraction. In molecular spectroscopy, molecules are irradiated with light or electric waves to reveal rich information, including: Motions of electrons within a molecule (Week 1), Vibrational motions of the nuclei within a molecule (Week 2), and Rotational motions of a molecule (Week 3). In the gas electron diffraction method, molecules are irradiated with an accelerated electron beam. As the beam is scattered by the nuclei within the molecule, the scattered waves interfere with each other to generate a diffraction pattern. In week 4, we study the fundamental mechanism of electron scattering and how the resulting diffraction images reveal the geometrical structure of molecules. By the end of the course, you will be able to understand molecular vibration plays an important role in determining the geometrical structure of molecules and gain a fuller understanding of molecular structure from the information obtained by the two methodologies.
Others
Natural science
General
English
The University of Tokyo
Basic Analytical Chemistry
Analytical chemistry takes a prominent position among all fields of experimental sciences, ranging from fundamental studies of Nature to industrial or clinical applications.Analytical chemistry covers the fundamentals of experimental and analytical methods and the role of chemistry around us. This course introduces the principles of analytical chemistry and provides how these principles are applied in chemistry and related disciplines - especially in life sciences, environmental sciences and geochemistry. This course, regardless of your background, will teach you fundamental analytical concepts and their practical applications. By the end of the course, you will deeply understand analytical methodologies in a systematic manner. Finally, this course will help you develop critical, independent reasoning that you can apply to new problems in chemistry and its related fields. This course is for anyone interested in analytical sciences.
Others
Natural science
General
English
The University of Tokyo
Interactive Computer Graphics
Computer graphics can be a powerful tool for supporting visual problem solving, and interactivity plays a central role in harnessing the users' creativity. This course will introduce various interactive tools developed in computer graphics research field with their design rationales and algorithms. Examples include enhancements to graphical user interfaces, authoring tools for 2D drawings and 3D animations, and interactive computer-aided design systems. Rich live demonstrations and course assignments will give you insights and skills to design and implement such tools for your own problems.
Others
Architecture & Art
General
English
The University of Tokyo
Welcome to Game Theory
This course provides a brief introduction to game theory. Our main goal is to understand the basic ideas behind the key concepts in game theory, such as equilibrium, rationality, and cooperation. The course uses very little mathematics, and it is ideal for those who are looking for a conceptual introduction to game theory. Business competition, political campaigns, the struggle for existence by animals and plants, and so on, can all be regarded as a kind of “game,” in which individuals try to do their best against others. Game theory provides a general framework to describe and analyze how individuals behave in such “strategic” situations. This course focuses on the key concepts in game theory, and attempts to outline the informal basic ideas that are often hidden behind mathematical definitions. Game theory has been applied to a number of disciplines, including economics, political science, psychology, sociology, biology, and computer science. Therefore, a warm welcome is extended to audiences from all fields who are interested in what game theory is all about.
Others
Business & Management
General
English
The University of Tokyo
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are free online courses that anybody can take, and those who complete the course can earn an official certificate for a fee. Top universities around the world offer MOOCs, and the total number of registered learners on the Coursera and edX platforms has reached more than 30 million. Along with self improvement, learners are using MOOCs to improve their professional skills, and the individually validated certificates are helping learners advance in the workplace and make career changes. UTokyo was the first Japanese university to offer MOOCs with two courses on the Coursera platform in September 2013. As of April 2021, UTokyo has 19 courses available (nine via Coursera and ten via edX). More than 570,000 students from over 201 countries and regions have enrolled in these courses.
Others
Natural science
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
English
The University of Tokyo
From the Big Bang to Dark Energy
We have learned a lot recently about how the Universe evolved in 13.7 billion years since the Big Bang. More than 80% of matter in the Universe is mysterious Dark Matter, which made stars and galaxies to form. The newly discovered Higgs-boson became frozen into the Universe a trillionth of a second after the Big Bang and brought order to the Universe. Yet we still do not know how ordinary matter (atoms) survived against total annihilation by Anti-Matter. The expansion of the Universe started acceleration about 7 billion years ago and the Universe is being ripped apart. The culprit is Dark Energy, a mysterious energy multiplying in vacuum. I will present evidence behind these startling discoveries and discuss what we may learn in the near future.
Others
Natural science
General
English
The University of Tokyo
Global Health Policy and Governance
In this course, learners will become familiar with principles and theories of global health problems, and major challenges and controversies in improving global population health as well as practical applications of quantitative methods to analyze and interpret issues and challenges for policy. Topics will include health and foreign policy, health governance, acute disease surveillance, non-communicable diseases, burden of disease, universal health coverage, health systems strengthening, health financing, and human resources for health and ageing.
Others
Medicine & Health
General
English
The University of Tokyo
“Lesson For Useful Expression in Japanese” #10 To reply to an invitation
The videos gives lesson for asking directions and prices, shopping at various types stores such as convenience store, electrical appliances shop, pharmacy, ordering food and payment at a restaurant, extending invitation to do various activities. Also socio-cultural issues are explained in one-point advice section. <Story of the video clips> The heroine, named Nguyen, lives in a foreign country. When she is checking out the information about Japan, she is interested in Minamiuonuma city, Niigata prefecture. After that, she come to Japan and visits some places in Minamiuonuma city and around that area. She meets some local people, and studies Japanese language and culture, which she need to live in Japan.#10 To reply to an invitation This is a movie clip for Japanese lesson for beginners where you can watch, listen and learn short but useful Japanese phrases that commonly used when you accept or decline invitations. 【Today’s expressions】 (1)~masenka? (2)iidesune (3)Ee, zehi (4)Sumimasen, chotto… #10 Script(Roman Character) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script-roomaji.10.pdf #10 Script(Japanese) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script10.pdf
Required Japanese language level: None
Others
Language
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Japanese
English
International University of Japan
“Lesson For Useful Expression in Japanese” #9 To find someone who understand English
The videos gives lesson for asking directions and prices, shopping at various types stores such as convenience store, electrical appliances shop, pharmacy, ordering food and payment at a restaurant, extending invitation to do various activities. Also socio-cultural issues are explained in one-point advice section. <Story of the video clips> The heroine, named Nguyen, lives in a foreign country. When she is checking out the information about Japan, she is interested in Minamiuonuma city, Niigata prefecture. After that, she come to Japan and visits some places in Minamiuonuma city and around that area. She meets some local people, and studies Japanese language and culture, which she need to live in Japan. #9 To find someone who understand English This is a movie clip for Japanese lesson for beginners where you can watch, listen and learn short but useful Japanese phrases that commonly used when you look for someone who speaks English. 【Today’s expressions】 (1)Nihongo(ga)wakarimasen (2)Eego ga dekiruhito wa imasenka? #9 Script(Roman Character) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script-roomaji.9.pdf #9 Script(Japanese) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script9.pdf
Required Japanese language level: None
Others
Language
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Japanese
English
International University of Japan
“Lesson For Useful Expression in Japanese” #8 At a convenience store
The videos gives lesson for asking directions and prices, shopping at various types stores such as convenience store, electrical appliances shop, pharmacy, ordering food and payment at a restaurant, extending invitation to do various activities. Also socio-cultural issues are explained in one-point advice section. <Story of the video clips> The heroine, named Nguyen, lives in a foreign country. When she is checking out the information about Japan, she is interested in Minamiuonuma city, Niigata prefecture. After that, she come to Japan and visits some places in Minamiuonuma city and around that area. She meets some local people, and studies Japanese language and culture, which she need to live in Japan. #8 At a convenience store This is a movie clip for Japanese lesson for beginners where you can watch, listen and learn short but useful Japanese phrases that commonly used when you are asked something by a shop clerk. 【Today’s expressions】 (1)~o goriyooni narimasuka? (2)Atatame masuka? (3)Hai, onegai shimasu (4)Iie, kekkoo desu #8 Script(Roman Character) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script-roomaji.8.pdf #8 Script(Japanese) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script8.pdf
Required Japanese language level: None
Others
Language
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Japanese
English
International University of Japan
“Lesson For Useful Expression in Japanese” #7 To ask a shop clerk (2)
The videos gives lesson for asking directions and prices, shopping at various types stores such as convenience store, electrical appliances shop, pharmacy, ordering food and payment at a restaurant, extending invitation to do various activities. Also socio-cultural issues are explained in one-point advice section. <Story of the video clips> The heroine, named Nguyen, lives in a foreign country. When she is checking out the information about Japan, she is interested in Minamiuonuma city, Niigata prefecture. After that, she come to Japan and visits some places in Minamiuonuma city and around that area. She meets some local people, and studies Japanese language and culture, which she need to live in Japan. #7 To ask a shop clerk (2) This is a movie clip for Japanese lesson for beginners where you can watch, listen and learn short but useful Japanese phrases that commonly used when you interact with a shop clerk at a convenience store in Japan. 【Today’s expressions】 (1)Kore wa nandesuka? (2)Kore o kudasai #7 Script(Roman Character) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script-roomaji.7.pdf #7 Script(Japanese) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script7.pdf
Required Japanese language level: None
Others
Language
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Japanese
English
International University of Japan
“Lesson For Useful Expression in Japanese” #6 To ask a shop clerk (1)
The videos gives lesson for asking directions and prices, shopping at various types stores such as convenience store, electrical appliances shop, pharmacy, ordering food and payment at a restaurant, extending invitation to do various activities. Also socio-cultural issues are explained in one-point advice section. <Story of the video clips> The heroine, named Nguyen, lives in a foreign country. When she is checking out the information about Japan, she is interested in Minamiuonuma city, Niigata prefecture. After that, she come to Japan and visits some places in Minamiuonuma city and around that area. She meets some local people, and studies Japanese language and culture, which she need to live in Japan. #6 To ask a shop clerk (1) This is a movie clip for Japanese lesson for beginners where you can watch, listen and learn short but useful Japanese phrases that commonly used at a pharmacy or an electrical appliance shop when you look for a medicine or an electrical appliance in Japan. 【Today’s expressions】 (1)~wa arimasuka? (2)Atama ga itaindesu (3)Kaze desu (4)Arerigii ga arimasu #6 Script(Roman Character) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script-roomaji.6.pdf #6 Script(Japanese) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script6.pdf
Required Japanese language level: None
Others
Language
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Japanese
English
International University of Japan
“Lesson For Useful Expression in Japanese” #5 To pay
The videos gives lesson for asking directions and prices, shopping at various types stores such as convenience store, electrical appliances shop, pharmacy, ordering food and payment at a restaurant, extending invitation to do various activities. Also socio-cultural issues are explained in one-point advice section. <Story of the video clips> The heroine, named Nguyen, lives in a foreign country. When she is checking out the information about Japan, she is interested in Minamiuonuma city, Niigata prefecture. After that, she come to Japan and visits some places in Minamiuonuma city and around that area. She meets some local people, and studies Japanese language and culture, which she need to live in Japan. #5 To pay This is a movie clip for Japanese lesson for beginners where you can watch, listen and learn short but useful Japanese phrases that commonly used when you pay at a restaurant. 【Today’s expressions】 (1)Gochisoosamadeshita (2)Okaikee onegaishimasu (3)Kurejittokaadodemo iidesuka? (4)Goissho desuka? (5)Betsubetsude onegaishimasu #5 Script(Roman Character) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script-roomaji.5.pdf #5 Script(Japanese) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script5.pdf
Required Japanese language level: None
Others
Language
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Japanese
English
International University of Japan
“Lesson For Useful Expression in Japanese” #4 To order at a restaurant
The videos gives lesson for asking directions and prices, shopping at various types stores such as convenience store, electrical appliances shop, pharmacy, ordering food and payment at a restaurant, extending invitation to do various activities. Also socio-cultural issues are explained in one-point advice section. <Story of the video clips> The heroine, named Nguyen, lives in a foreign country. When she is checking out the information about Japan, she is interested in Minamiuonuma city, Niigata prefecture. After that, she come to Japan and visits some places in Minamiuonuma city and around that area. She meets some local people, and studies Japanese language and culture, which she need to live in Japan. #4 To order at a restaurant This is a movie clip for Japanese lesson for beginners where you can watch, listen and learn short but useful Japanese phrases that commonly used when you order at a restaurant. 【Today’s expressions】 (1)Nanmeesama desuka? (2)Kore o kudasai (3)Oishiidesu #4 Script(Roman Character) PD https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script-roomaji.4.pdf #4 Script(Japanese) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script4.pdf
Required Japanese language level: None
Others
Language
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Japanese
English
International University of Japan
“Lesson For Useful Expression in Japanese” #3 To get a direction
The videos gives lesson for asking directions and prices, shopping at various types stores such as convenience store, electrical appliances shop, pharmacy, ordering food and payment at a restaurant, extending invitation to do various activities. Also socio-cultural issues are explained in one-point advice section. <Story of the video clips> The heroine, named Nguyen, lives in a foreign country. When she is checking out the information about Japan, she is interested in Minamiuonuma city, Niigata prefecture. After that, she come to Japan and visits some places in Minamiuonuma city and around that area. She meets some local people, and studies Japanese language and culture, which she need to live in Japan. #3 To get a direction This is a movie clip for Japanese lesson for beginners where you can watch, listen and learn short but useful Japanese phrases that commonly used when you ask directions. 【Today’s expressions】 (1)~wa doko desuka? (2)Asoko/koko desu #3 Script(Roman Character) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script-roomaji.3.pdf #3 Script(Japanese) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script3.pdf
Required Japanese language level: None
Others
Language
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Japanese
English
International University of Japan
“Lesson For Useful Expression in Japanese” #2 To ask for a price
The videos gives lesson for asking directions and prices, shopping at various types stores such as convenience store, electrical appliances shop, pharmacy, ordering food and payment at a restaurant, extending invitation to do various activities. Also socio-cultural issues are explained in one-point advice section. <Story of the video clips> The heroine, named Nguyen, lives in a foreign country. When she is checking out the information about Japan, she is interested in Minamiuonuma city, Niigata prefecture. After that, she come to Japan and visits some places in Minamiuonuma city and around that area. She meets some local people, and studies Japanese language and culture, which she need to live in Japan. #2 To ask for a price This is a movie clip for Japanese lesson for beginners where you can watch, listen and learn short but useful Japanese phrases that commonly used when you ask the prices of train tickets in Japan.    【Today’s expressions】 (1)Ikura desuka? (2)Jaa, kore wa? #2 Script(Roman Character) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script-roomaji.2.pdf #2 Script(Japanese) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script2.pdf
Required Japanese language level: None
Others
Language
Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Japanese
English
International University of Japan
“Lesson For Useful Expression in Japanese” #1 To get on a train
The videos gives lesson for asking directions and prices, shopping at various types stores such as convenience store, electrical appliances shop, pharmacy, ordering food and payment at a restaurant, extending invitation to do various activities. Also socio-cultural issues are explained in one-point advice section. <Story of the video clips> The heroine, named Nguyen, lives in a foreign country. When she is checking out the information about Japan, she is interested in Minamiuonuma city, Niigata prefecture. After that, she come to Japan and visits some places in Minamiuonuma city and around that area. She meets some local people, and studies Japanese language and culture, which she need to live in Japan. #1 To get on a train This is a movie clip for Japanese lesson for beginners where you can watch, listen and learn short but useful Japanese phrases that commonly used at a train station in Japan. 【Today’s expressions】 (1)Sumimasen (2)~ni ikitain desu ga… (3)〜ni ikimasu ka? (4)Arigatougozaimasu #1 Script(Roman Character) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script-roomaji.1.pdf #1 Script(Japanese) PDF https://www.iuj.ac.jp/language/script1.pdf
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