Travelling to Japan?
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The best time to travel to Japan is now! With cheap airfares, the ski season approaching and the delicious Japanese cuisine why wait!
Japan is a popular holiday destination for Australians and tourism in Japan has been booming over the last 5 years. Tokyo is busy preparing to host the Olympics in 2020 so this is prime time for tourists to explore the beautiful culture and hospitality.
This is a communication course; communication is not just ‘speaking’- in this course we are going to learn to communicate using your finger with an e-book. Please see sample of e-book http://www.yubisashi.com/
In this light 5 week course Junko will teach you the minimum Japanese you'll need to enjoy your holiday as an independent tourist - from greetings, airport, train travel, on the street, in the shop and more.
The teacher will also:
If you’d like to learn Japanese as a second language, please enrol in our Japanese Conversation Level 1 course, see here.
This short course is non-accredited therefore is not registered with the National Training Register
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