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Asahi Nihongo 2016

It is this time of the year again. 12 months have almost passed and we can look back at great memories. We hope everyone will fondly remember their time in Fukuoka, and we wish all our students and their families a happy new year.
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Japanese Language Long-term Course

Get ready for your job and your life in Japan! Our Japanese Long-term Course is designed for students who come to Japan on a Working Holiday, Culture or Spouse Visa and who would like to live and work here for a longer period.http://www.japanese-school-asahi.com/japanese-language-courses/japanese-language-long-term-course/
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Marine Sports Adventure Camp

Asahi Nihongo runs a four days Marine Sports Adventure Camp from Thursday, August 13 to Sunday, August 16, 2015. We will take you to the beautiful Fukuma Beach north of Fukuoka to Marine Sports and teach you how to do SUP.http://www.japanese-school-asahi.com/marine-sports-adventure-camp/
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Shinto Festival

Join the festival in Joyo town, a small mountain town situated in southern Fukuoka Prefecture, and try shouldering the shrine! Get involved by helping to carry the Shinto shrine (Jap.: Omikoshi) and feel the culture of Japan. This is a rare, once-in-lifetime opportunity to experience something unique. Please come along and join the fun! http://www.japanese-school-asahi.com/omikoshi/
Omikoshi Carrying

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Unpaid Internship

An internship in Japan is an unforgettable adventure and will certainly give you an edge at job interviews! See for yourself how Japanese businesses operate and experience real Japanese working culture.
Asahi Nihongo Internship Program

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Work Experience Program

Work 25 hours per week in exchange for free accommodation at a dormitory and three meals per day. http://www.japanese-school-asahi.com/work-experience/
Work Experience Program in Japan

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Rafting Tours in Japan

Thrilling and exciting rafting tour on Kumagawa RiverJoin our exclusive Kuma River Rafting Tour for a great adventure with a lot of fun and exciting moments.The tour takes place in Hitoyoshi, an area about 200 km south of Fukuoka. Our school car will take you there in a moderate amount of time while you will be able to see the beautiful countryside of Southern Kyushu.
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Meet our Students

These photos of our students show how learning Japanese, working, living and everyday life in Japan is. You can see and learn from the diverse experiences of other Japanese language students in Japan.
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Karate

Full-contact karate is a variation where the competitors spar full-contact and knock-outs are allowed as a winning criterion. You will learn the concept of Karate, so you can use it in situation to protect yourself and others.
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Ikebana

Ikebana (Japanese flower arrangement) is a disciplined art form in which nature and humanity are brought together. Ikebana often emphasizes parts of the plant other than its blossom. For example, stems and leaves are highlighted to emphasize shape, line and form.
Ikebana

Yatai

A yatai is a portable bar, almost like a shack, set up on the sidewalk at night. You can get all kinds of food and drinks, and they stay open until late at night. Be prepared to sit in close quarters and for Japanese trying to talk to you any way they can. Although it is small and better deals on food and drinks can certainly be found elsewhere, there is an undeniable charm to the Yatai style.
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Calligraphy

The Japanese calligraphy (Shodo) is one of the most popular fine arts of Japan and possesses not only artistic but also philosophical character. Bamboo brush and ink are typically used to write on rice paper. If you would like to learn how to write proper Japanese, please join our calligraphy class!
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Miyazaki Tour

Miyazaki Prefecture is located at the eastern coast of Kyushu, surrounded by the Pacific Ocean to the east, Ōita Prefecture to the north, and Kumamoto Prefecture to the west and Kagoshima Prefecture to the south.
Miyazaki Tour

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Setsubun no Hi

Setsubun is the day before the beginning of spring in Japan. The name literally means "seasonal division" but it usually refers to the spring Setsubun, properly called "Risshun", celebrated yearly on February 3 as part of the Spring Festival.
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