Japanese in Dallas

Taking up a Japanese course can help you get to know more about this unique culture, make new international friends, and even improve your job prospects in Dallas. With more than 127 million speakers, Japanese is among the top 10 most spoken languages in the world. Acquiring this ancient language can be beneficial if you are planning to travel to the Far East on business or on holidays. Japanese lessons at Language Trainers are flexible enough to fit your needs, so you can have a tutor meet you at home, at the office or at a public place, no matter if you have a busy schedule.

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Why Study Japanese in Dallas

For Work:  If you want to learn Japanese to advance in your career, you will be pleased to hear Dallas is becoming increasingly popular among Japanese companies. An article published by the Dallas Business Journal in 2016 shows that there are more than 40 Japanese brands, such as Toyota and Sony Electronics, based in Dallas, and that number is bound to increase. Companies such as like Ambit Energy, Kubota Tractor Corporation, Legal Solutions and even Microsoft highly value bilingual English-Japanese speakers. These businesses are looking for qualified people who can perform special projects to improve knowledge and understanding of the Japanese market. Also, the Japan America Society of Dallas-Fort Worth (a non-profit organization founded in 1970)  annually hosts a program that brings thinkers and businessmen from both Japan and the USA. Together, they explore issues that affect both countries financially. This event started in 2014 and takes place every February.

For Culture and Food: Even if you are not interested in getting a job, you can still find great opportunities to get to know more about the fascinating Japanese culture in Dallas. You can visit the Crow Museum of Asian Art of The University of Texas at Dallas, which opened in 1998, that features exhibitions like Contemporary Japanese Ceramics or the Samurai Complete Journey. Another great way to get to know the Japanese culture is to try their delicious food at one of the many traditional Japanese restaurants in Dallas. At the Niwa Japanese BBQ, located on Main Street, you can try Zaru Soba, Takoyaki and Donburi, together with Japanese alcoholic drinks such as sake and cocktails. The Uchi Dallas restaurant on Maple Avenue, also has traditional menus you can try and order in Japanese! The options include makimono, tempura, sashimi and sushi. Finally, cinema-lovers also have the chance of attending the Annual Asian Film Festival of Dallas, established in 2002, which has now become the south's largest showcase of Asian and Asian-American cinema. The festival always showcases Japanese movies in their original language, such as Bento Harassment, Asako I & II, and Penguin Highway. Give the festival a try and put the language into practice after your Japanese lessons.

For Social: Those who are more interested in the social side of studying Japanese can join the Dallas Japanese-English MeetUp club. It has almost 2,000 members, and they meet every Saturday at Panera Bread, located on Belt Line Street. This group tries to help Japanese students to practice the language and improve their oral skills. It’s a great opportunity not only to meet new friends but also to start using what you learn in your Japanese classes in a friendly environment. If you are looking for more instances of cultural exchange, you can attend the events organized by the Japan-America Society of Dallas-Fort Worth. Since 1970, this organization has been providing quality programs in art and culture. For example, you’ll have the opportunity of attending the Mochitsuki New Year’s Celebration every January. At this event, people celebrate the New Year following Japanese traditions, doing dance performances, eating rice cake, and playing traditional children’s games. In August, you can also go to the Japan America Friendship Night with the Texas Rangers, a fun celebration of these two countries’ friendship through baseball. These are excellent opportunities for friendship and meaningful interaction in Japanese.


Where to Learn Japanese in and around Dallas

Language Trainers is completely focused on your convenience, so your Japanese teacher can go to your home or your office - that’s up to you! You can also meet your trainer at a public space, such as the Opening Bell Coffee on Lamar St, the Ascension Coffee on Oak Lawn Avenue or the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library on Young St.

If you are not in downton Dallas, don’t worry. We have tutors available to teach Japanese in Fort Worth, Plano, Arlington, Irving, Garland, Grand Prairie, McKinney, Frisco, Carrollton, Denton, Richardson and Lewisville.

So, why not make an inquiry and find out more about taking Japanese in Dallas? Let’s go,行こう(Yukō)! Also, if you already have some knowledge of Japanese, you could take our free Japanese Level Test so we can assess your level exactly and design a course package that suits your needs and abilities.

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Interesting Language Facts

On average, bilingual pay differentials range between 5 and 20% per hour more than the position's base rate.

Translators and interpreters are expected to be one of the top 15 fastest growing occupations in the US.

There are 6 official UN languages.
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1-on-1 General Japanese Course in Dallas

Our general one-on-one courses in Dallas will help students improve their Japanese level quickly and efficiently, whatever their needs. One of the most exciting aspects of our courses is that they are developed entirely around the needs of the students. The fact that we offer our Japanese classes on a One-on-One basis means that you can learn the words and phrases you need in a comfortable and relaxed environment.

1-on-1 Business Japanese Course in Dallas

Our Japanese courses in Dallas are taught on a one-on-one basis and will help you improve your business communication skills immensely. No matter what level you begin at we will soon have you dealing with business introductions comfortably before moving onto other matters. Beginner level students can expect to finish the course with basic telephone Japanese and email skills, as well as a level of survival Japanese, granting them the ability to work in a country where Japanese is the native tongue.

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Japanese Courses in Dallas (closed group)

Our Japanese courses are also available for small groups studying together (Two-to-One Japanese Course or In-Company Small Group Japanese Course). All participants must have the same language needs, be able to study at the same time at the same place and be at the same level. All participants should be booked at the same time. Language Trainers suggest that you do not look for classes with more than 8 students at one time. However, an In-Company Taster Japanese Course can contain a maximum of 12 people.

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