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Getting Ready for Japanese

Learn how to read and write in Japanese in four hours

Flexible Schedule

Access video lectures at any time

Conveniently Priced

$50 total (see T&C for discount opportunities)

Human Support

Instructor available for feedback

Accessible Materials

No need to download - everything is online

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Course Outline

This mini course consists of a series of pre-recorded videos, which cover the following topics:

  • Introduction to the Japanese writing system

  • Detailed tutorials and practice of kana writing

  • Suggestions to improve handwriting

  • Basic memorization techniques

  • Commentary on popular self-study resources

  • Japanese pronunciation

This course offers the knowledge required to attend Luisa Language Teaching grammar courses: if you are considering attending Japanese 101 and you do not know how to read and write Japanese yet, we highly recommend this video course.

Terms and Conditions

ー A non-refundable advance payment is required for this class. Venmo, PayPal, Zelle, and Navy Federal transactions are accepted.

ー This course is available year-round without any time constraints.

ー If you want to receive extra support in the form of a private tutoring session, please contact us at One-on-one tutoring sessions are available to course attendees for $45/hour (25% discount on standard rate) for the entire duration of the class.

ー If you are looking into a Japanese course for beginners after taking this class, please consider our Japanese 101 course.

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Presented by Luisa Montagner

Luisa Montagner the founder and head instructor of Luisa Language Teaching & Tutoring. She grew up in Venice, Italy, where she lived until the age of 22. She moved to the US at the end of 2018 after spending some years in Tokyo, Japan.

  • Holds a Degree in Japanese studies from Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. 

  • Studied and worked at Yokohama National University from September 2016 to August 2017.

  • Worked for the prestigious Shinjuku Japanese Language Institute (新宿日本語学校) in Tokyo from 2017 to 2018.

  • Has helped over one hundred students reach their goals and offered over 3,000 lesson hours.

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Are you ready?

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