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Survival Japanese Class

In September 2014, ICC held “Survival Japanese” classes at the Kyoto Prefecture International Center (located inside Kyoto station) with the support of the prefecture and the city of Kyoto for the whole month.

Being able to speak even a little of Japanese, your travel experience will be enhanced. 

“Survival Nihongo (Japanese)” taught useful Japanese phrases and manners to foreign tourists currently visiting Kyoto hoping they could use simple Japanese phrases during their trip in Japan.

The classes included teaching on daily greeting phrases, ways to seek help in case of emergency or Japanese basic etiquette.

The class was held for 30 minutes with no reservation required. It attracted numerous visitors who left comments like: “It is a unique service” or “If I knew about Survival Japanese Class earlier, I may have enjoyed my trip in Kyoto more.”