June 2nd - July 8th
JLPT Study TripTake your learning to the next level and take the JLPT test in Tokyo!
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Have you started your Japanese studies and want to take things further! Why not study for your next JLPT test in Japan this July?! Most countries only give you the chance to take the JLPT test once a year in December. Meaning if you want to retake it or even move quickly up to the next level you have to wait a whole year! With our JLPT Study Trip, you’ll have the chance to spend 4 weeks studying intensively before taking the exam in Tokyo! What’s more is that we’ll do all the paperwork for your application too. We’ll receive your documents at our offices so you won’t need a Japanese address and don’t need to worry about things getting lost. To help you through your course and make sure you’ve got a good study/life balance, we’ll put on some activities in the afternoon giving you a chance to absorb Japanese culture as well as the language. Whether it’s chilling out at an izakaya or letting out some stress with taiko, your JLPT studying will be a lot more exciting in Japan!
If you’d prefer more of a refresher than an intensive study trip, we offer a shorter trip with 2 weeks of classes and 3 weeks of accommodation.
Be Loud and Learn Taiko
Dine out at an Izakaya
Expand your mind at the Edo Museum
Visit Keio University
Try some Creative Calligraphy
Dine out at an Izakaya
Take your next JLPT test in Japan!
Choose your plan
- Dine out at an Izakaya No trip to Japan is complete without a trip to a traditional Izakaya for an after-school drink. Bond with your fellow travellers over a drink and some delicious food.
- Visit Keio University Perhaps you're looking to take your studies even further once you've mastered Japanese. We'll give you the opportunity to see what University life is like in Japan with a tour around Keio University.
- Try some Creative Calligraphy Japanese calligraphy or 'shodo' truly is an art form. Why not pick your favourite character from your lessons and turn it into your own personal artwork.
- Expand your mind at the Edo Museum The Edo period was known for it's changing politics and culture and so much more. Learn about the period of history that shaped modern-day Japan in the newly renovated Edo-Tokyo museum.
- Be Loud and Learn Taiko Traditional Japanese drums commonly known as Taiko are great for making some noise. Watch some professionals at work, then give it a go yourself and see if you have the rhythm.
- Dine out at an Izakaya