Travelling Japan/Japanese lesson for travelers course
What you'll learn
- You will learn a lot of vocabulary, pronunciation and phrases which you will come across when you are staying in Japan.
- Phrases which are used during your Japan trip or business trip to Japan
- You will be able to communicate your "dietary restrictions" "basic Requests" "shopping" and "directions" etc
- If you have dietary restrictions, learn some basic Japanese food terminology and common dish names before you go.
- Japanese culture and etiquette such as how to use public baths or business manners etc
- You will gain confidence ordering food or drink at a restaurant or fast-food place.
The “Travelling Japan/Japanese lesson for travelers (JLPT N5 level) ” is Japanese study materials for beginners who are interested in learning Japanese and preparing for their trip to Japan. I’ve created this course based on interviewing around 30 of my current and past students who travelled to Japan or were planning to travel to Japan. You can study vocabulary, expressions and a little bit of Japanese culture that correspond to travelling situation. Throughout the course, I will guide you to common Japanese phrases during your trip. At the end of the course, you will be able to speak basic sentences slowly as well as listening to basic phrases which Japanese people will likely talk to during your trip. This course covers around 50 travel phrases travellers should know in Japanese. In addition, you will lean Japanese manners and culture etiquette in the last of the course.
All of the narration contains English and romaji, so that those learning Japanese for the first time can freely study the materials. In addition, you can download PDF, so that all learners can take them with your trip and study effectively. Hope your Japan trip will go smooth and bit more confident in speaking with Japanese people!
Who this course is for:
- Beginners who are planning to go to Japan in the future and would like to learn some basic before they go.
- Beginners who would like to make their Japan trip more meaningful through talking with local people in Japanese even though you are totally beginner.
- Business persons who have not studied Japanese before and are going to Japan for a business trip.
- Travelers who have dietary restrictions
- Travelers who would like to enjoy basic communication with local Japanese people
Ayana is originally from Kanagawa, Japan where she received her Bachelor's degree in Education before moving to New Zealand in 2011 where she has since helped hundreds of students learn Japanese. Through her decade of experience teaching Japanese one-on-one she has built up a wealth of knowledge of what really helps students succeed in learning the language, and is now excited to share that with you.