Come to the Japan Foundation, Toronto on the evening of Friday, August 30th for our Japanese Study Fair! Japanese language schools from all around the GTA will be there to share information about their programs, including booths and presentations.
Japanese-language education support overseas is one of the central activities of the Japan Foundation. It plays a key role in promoting Japanese-language education in Canada through its various activities.
For people who want to learn more about the Japanese language and culture.
Workshops, network development, etc. for Japanese-language teachers in Canada.
Including teacher/specialist training programs and graduate scholarships in Japan.
Available to Canadian educational institutions to support the dissemination of Japanese-language and the development of Japanese-language education.
Held annually in Toronto, Edmonton, and Vancouver.
Useful links for teachers and learners of Japanese as well as information about Japanese-language education overseas.
Message from People Studying Japanese of the World ― It’s fun to study Japanese!
The Japan Foundation has put together a selection of messages from people studying Japanese, including Canada’s own KEVIN REYNOLDS!
Kokusai Kouryu Kenkyujo is accepting entries for their 3rd『日本語作文コンクール』 (Japanese Essay Competition) for people learning Japanese all over the world.
Submission deadline: November 15, 2019. Continue reading →
The Japan Foundation is recruiting Japanese-Language specialists for their “Japanese-Language Specialists Dispatch Program”
Application deadline: Wednesday, August 14th (Japan Time) Continue reading →
For many learners of Japanese, kanji present a significant hurdle in mastering the language. In this lecture on August 20, 2019, Dr. Yukiyo Hamakawa (Mejiro University) will not teach kanji, but instead look at how people can best learn them. Anyone who is interested in learning kanji, teaching kanji, or just learning about kanji is welcome to join!
In the 30th event of the series on Wednesday, July 24, we will host an EdCamp for Japanese Language Teachers. EdCamps are study groups where the participants play leading roles, and discussion topics are decided by participants at registration and/or on the spot.