The Tenri Cultural Institute Gallery, New York, New York. They can find the performances at the Tenri Cultural Institute and read the reviews of the performances.
The 7-week course is intended for those who have little or no knowledge of Japanese.
The 7-week course is intended for those who have little or no command of Japan. This course provides a sound basis for learning to speak and write your own words of welcome and conversational style. Introduces the syllable heragana as the basis of Japan' s pronounciation and terminology. The course is aimed at those who have taken the beginner course 101 or have a working command of Japan.
By using everyday scenarios, assisted by a course of studies in syntax, students will be able to acquire fundamental knowledge of Japan. In all, 1,000 words are learned in the beginner and elementary classes and the syllables of Hiregana and Katakanah are known. Requirements: Beginner level knowledge of Japonese or similar (based on a placement interview).
Intermedia Java 200 & 300 200 Series Basic 104, this course concentrates on general communicative abilities and the capacity to talk about common daily life scenarios by using commonly used words and phrases. Altogether 1,000 words and 100 kanji are learned and the pupils learn to speak courteous and idiom.
Japanese 106 or higher (based on an assessment interview).
Student Library Lounge is available to the student during business hour for lesson prep, informal conversations or simply to chill out before and after school. Traditional and modern Japan is one of the most important languages in the world, and Japan's mainland.
The Institute also presents a wide range of programmes, such as the Japanese Folk Music Series, the Chamber Music Series and other specialised series.