Current Classes

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JCAM Lessons

The Centre offers Japanese Language Classes for all ages, starting with kindergarten right up to adult. If you want to learn Japanese, introduce your child to the Japanese heritage, maintain your Japanese Language skills or just have an interest in the Japanese culture, these language classes are for you!

For high school students Grades 9 – 12 we offer 3 to 4 levels of Japanese instruction, each fully eligible for a Manitoba Department of Education Language Credit, if they pass their final exam. Full list of available classes here.

High School Program: 40S and 10G | Adult Program: Level 1 and Level 2

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Private Lessons

These lessons are tailored to you. You decide the pace and frequency, and together we build a plan based on your language learning goals.

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JCAM Kitsuke Lessons

Learn the art of KIMONO DRESSING (kitsuke). This is tricky process that requires instruction, but it is very rewarding to know. The proposal is that we run a class Thursday evenings beginning January 10 from about 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.(subject to adjustment)  and running until June – 2 hours a week for 20 classes. Class size is limited to 10 people, so sign-up will be first come first served. If there are more people interested, then we will see if there is a possibility of running an additional class. The class is designed for people who want to wear women’s kimono themselves, but we will also teach people to dress one another.

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General Byng & Viscount Alexander

Every two years, students from General Byng and Viscount Alexander participate in a cultural and language exchange with our sister city, Setagaya, in Tokyo. This class focuses on listening and speaking. No time is spent on the Japanese writing system.

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JETAA Prairies Lessons

These courses last for 6-week blocks. These lessons are free for JET Programme Alumni and focus on speaking and listening. We sometimes offer a different 6-week course for outgoing JETs who want to get a head start on their language learning before moving to Japan to teach English.

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Travel Support & Presentations

Are you planning a trip to Japan? Would you like advice on when and where to stay? Is your group or school traveling to Japan? If so, Adachi Japanese can help you to plan your trip or make suggestions if you have questions or concerns about traveling in Japan. If your group is looking for language lessons, please contact us here.