Beaches in Fukuoka – beautiful Fukuma

Before I came to Fukuoka, I didn’t think about Japan as a good place for swimming. You never hear about the famous Japanese beaches, right?

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Sailing-Trips in Japan

As the only school in Japan we also offer sailing-trips. On those trips the students can sail to an Island, where they can do a BBQ and try out water sports. That is always very funny and the students like it a lot.

Learn Japanese and Sailing

I was fascinated by the way of thinking, which people call it “the Japanese Spirit”. I thought that particular spirit makes Japan and the Japanese people unique.

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Winter season - How to NOT catch a cold

It became cold, but did you catch a cold? If you catch a cold, you will have a fever, feel cold, and have a sore throat. When you have a sore throat, what do you do?

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Don't go to Tokyo or Osaka! - Come to Fukuoka!

If you want to move to Tokyo, be warned. A new survey says the Japanese capital is one of the most expensive cities in the world.

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Does your blood type match your characteristics?

In Japan, people often discuss blood types. Japanese people believe certain blood types have certain characteristics and some blood types are more compatible than others.

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Dogs in Japan-more than just normal pets

If you are a dog in Japan you don’t only receive your own leash or clothes but also your own buggy. That means dogs in Japan don’t have to walk or move through the street.

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Yakitori is a Japanese type of skewered chicken, which is considered one of the tastiest snacks that you can get at an Izakaya. Have a closer look at how Yakitori is actually made.

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6 months ago
When I first came to Japan/Fukuoka, I was feeling nervous about being alone in a foreign country with a language I hardly speak. This changed after I started going to Asahi Nihongo. On my first day they welcomed me very kindly, offered me a "Welcome to Japan Meal" and showed me important places in the city area. The staff speaks English, German and of course Japanese. Everyone is really kind and always tried to offer the best help possible, if I had a problem or question. The way the teacher taught me Japanese was easy to understand and built a solid fundation for my further studies. I really recommend people who want to learn the Japanese language to go and visit Asahi Nihongo! The school is easy to access, being in the middle of Tenjin, nice people and fair prices. When i come back to Fukuoka, I'll definetely come back to Asahi Nihongo!
- Keanu S
7 months ago
I took classes for the first time from February to May 2019 at ASAHI NIHONGO SCHOOL. This little school with small classes and very friendly staff helped me tremendously to speak Japanese fluently.
- dansha r
3 years ago
The school is really flexible in serving the needs and wishes of the students. Getting treated like an individual, one can indeed learn to communicate in daily situations within a few months (leaving homework and self-study aside without which it is impossible to cope with the class speed.) There are internship programs for either side: for students studying Japanese as well as for Japanese students learning how to teach Japanese or communicate with foreigners. The students can sign up for sightseeing programs. For students coming back, Asahi Nihongo obviously strives to find accomodation that meets their likes.
- Manfred W

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