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3000 Yen Discount for BFF TOKYO readers!

The Most Affordable Daytime

Japanese Lessons in Tokyo and Now Online.

Save 3000 yen on your first month of Japanese lessons at Japan Switch 🙂 

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Disclaimer:

Please remember to show the Japan Switch staff the above coupon.

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3 Different Japanese Courses

Japan Switch offers both group lessons and private lessons. For students who are busy or are curious, you can come once a week. For those who have a focused goal take private lessons or several Japanese lessons weekly.

Taking Remote Lessons

Online Lessons

  • 0 Yen Entrance Fee
  • 50 Minute Lessons
  • 1550 Yen Group Lessons
    • Maximum 4 students
  • 3300 Yen Private Lessons
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Onsite Private Classes

  • 0 Yen Entrance Fee
  • 50 Minute Private Lessons
  • 3300 Yen Per Lesson
  • Same Teacher
  • Learn at Your Own Pace
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Onsite Group Lessons

  • 0 Yen Entrance Fee
  • 100 Minute Group Lessons
  • 3300 Yen Per Lesson
  • 5 Students Maximum
  • Make New Friends

Teachers & Textbooks

Japan Switch Teachers

Teachers are fun, friendly and have passed our 30-hour training course in person. Best of all they are not Randoms from the Internet and they have been interviewed and trained.

Superior Textbooks

Our textbooks have been designed in-house for English speakers to get you speaking from day 1 even as a beginner. Curious to see how good they are? The books have a 4.4 star rating on Amazon with over 125 votes.

Say goodbye to generic Japanese language textbooks.

Ready to Make the Switch?

Need More Information?

Taking Remote Lessons

Learn Japanese Online

We are currently offering daytime online Japanese lessons and are accepting new students. Experience our same good quality lesson online and in pajamas.

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Learn Japanese in Tokyo

Take morning and afternoon lessons in person in Tokyo. We offer group and private lessons in a relaxed and welcoming environment for students and staff.

Who Uses Japan Switch

Affordable Japanese lessons for beginner to N3 level students

ENGLISH TEACHERS

...love our morning schedules, lesson prices, and guides to getting a non-teaching job in Japan

SPOUSES

...love meeting other foreigners in a similar situation living in Japan and help motivate each other.

WORKING PROFESSIONALS

...love us because our teachers help them communicate better with their Japanese co-workers

YOU

...are you ready to turn on your Japan Switch and remove your current barriers and open new doors?

Enrollment Process

3 Simple Steps

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Step 1 : Level Check and Consultation

Our friendly staff will explain our lesson system and do a Japanese level check for you online or offline.

Step 2 : Choose a Class

Choose what fixed time slot you would like to take Japanese lessons for the month.

Step 3 : Start Taking Lessons

We will send you a link to our digital platform and you can start taking lessons!

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Japan Switch Contact Form

Let us help you turn on your Japan Switch with our good quality Japanese Lessons.

NOTE: Please use the General Inquiries Form if you have a question about our lessons or ERFS support, or if you'd like to leave us some feedback.

Please use this form to book your free consultation + level check and turn on your Japan Switch! Yoroshiku onegaishimasu!
We only teach N5 - N3 level lessons
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Master Japanese Bi-Weekly Newsletter

Japan Switch

Japan Switch provides affordable morning and noon Japanese lessons in Tokyo. Centrally located, relaxed environment and quality textbooks. Japan Switch is your alternative option to a Japanese language school in Tokyo.

 

Opening Days : Monday - Friday


Shinjuku Branch :
Opening Hours

9:30 - 1:30 PM

2:00 - 5:00 PM

 

Online Branch : Opening Hours

9:00 - 6:00 PM

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