Application is closed:SICPF はじめての にほんご くらす Japanese Classes for Beginners(spring course)at night

You will learn basic Japanese, such as greeting words and Hiragana at L-Plaza.

6 classes
① May 13
② May 20
③ May 27
④ Jun 3
⑤ Jun 10
⑥ Jun 24
Mondays 18:30~20:30

Study at L-Plaza MAP
(not SICPF)

You can join if you
・learn Japanese for the first time
・live in Sapporo or work/study in Sapporo
・join all classes①~⑥
・are 16 years old or older
・can come to L-Plaza to participate

Application:https://forms.gle/Mu268TdBD85Gr1sz5

Inquiry TEL: 011-211-2105(SICPF)
      Email: nihongoctr(at)gmail.com (Hokkaido Nihongo Center)
             change (at) to @

Flyer

Syllabus(the subjects in a course of study)

Schedule(same contents as the spring course)

  • 2term September-October
  • 3term November-December
  • 4term January-February

Application is not available yet.

 

 

 

NEWSICPF NIHONGO DE HANASO! PERAPERA WEDNESDAY May 29 Start

Would you like to interact with volunteers in Japanese? Free of charge. No reservation required. Any level of Japanese learners are welcome.

Shedule
Every Wednesday 14:00~15:30
May 29
June 5
June 12
June 19
June 26

SICPF MAP
 

Target
・Foreign Nationals who want to communicate in Japanese

Inquiry TEL: 011-211-2105
      Email: nihongo(at)plaza-sapporo.or.jp 
       *Replace (at) with @ when sending an email.

Flyer

Volunteers’ Japanese Classes

There are many Volunteers’ Japanese Classes in Sapporo. Check the list below for their locations, class hours, and fees, which vary from class to class. Questions should be directed to each school.

Note: Please replace (at) with @.

Oshaberi Cafe LILA

Days and hours Group lessons  11:00-11:40, on the second and forth Sunday of a month
Private lessons  The date and time will be decided after consulting. Please apply through our website.
Place Online(Zoom)only
Fee  Free
Contact E-mail: oshabericafelila(at)gmail.com
URL(Facebook) Oshaberi Cafe LILA Facebook
Notes We are going to have a free conversation in easy Japanese. Topics will be choosen by learner's Japanse level. 

Mezasegoukaku JLPT Sakuranokai

曜日・時間 Schedule is customized personally.      
場所 Online(Zoom)only
費用  1000 yen / four 40 min. lessons ( including tax and materials)    
連絡先 E-mail: sakuranokaijlpt(at)gmail.com      
URL Mezasegoukaku JLPT Sakuranokai
備考

Private lessons are provided according to lerner's level. We also conduct online chat room free of charge.

Visit our website for more details.

Welcome House Japanese School

Days and hours

Tuesdays and Fridays, 10:30 – 12:00 (Ask for other hours.)

Place and the nearest station

Catholic Sapporo Diocesan Center 2F, Kita 1-jo Higashi 6-chome 10, Chuo-ku

Bus Center-mae Subway Sta. (Tozai Line, Exit No.10)

Sapporo Factory-mae Bus Stop (JR Bus from Sapporo Sta. Bus Center No.3 Stop)

Fee

 

1,000 yen per month (once a week) or 2,000 yen per month (twice a week)

Contact

TEL/FAX:011-206-6400
E-mail:welcomehjapanese(at)hotmail.co.jp

URL うぇるかむはうす | Facebook

Notes

Please contact us in advance by email. Contact by phone:10:00 –17:00 on weekdays

Sakuranoki Nihongo Volunteer Class 

Days and hours

Twice every month, 14:30~16:00 on Mondays 

Place 

Online (LINE or Zoom)

Fee

Free

Contact

TEL: 090-7645-0983(Kinoshita Hirofumi)
Email: mailkinokino(at)gmail.com

URL None

Notes

Please contact us through email:  jcsakai201701(at)gmail.com

 Sapporo Nihongo Club (SNC)

Days and hours

Wednesdays, 10:00 – 11:30

Place and the nearest station

Sapporo L Plaza (Kita 8-jo Nishi 3-chome, Kita-ku)

JR Sapporo Sta. (North Exit), Sapporo Subway Sta. (Exit No.12)

Fee

300 yen per one lesson (room charges, operation costs) and textbooks to be purchased separately

Contact

E-mail:snc.nihongo(at)gmail.com

URL https://sncnihongo.wixsite.com/snc-nihongo

Nihongo Class “Sora”

Days and hours

Tuesdays, 10:00 – 12:00; Thursdays, 10:00 – 12:00

Place and the nearest station

Hokkaido Citizen Activity Promotion Center 8F (Kaderu 2.7 Bldg. 8F, Kita 2-jo Nishi 7-chome, Chuo-ku)

JR Sapporo Sta. (South Exit), Sapporo Subway Sta. (Exit No.10)

Fee

1,000 yen per month

Contact

TEL:011-709-7565 (Sato)

Notes

Tuesdays and Thursdays for Beginner I and II, and Intermediate (all using textbooks)

Nihongo Volunteer Group “Mado”

Days and hours

 In-person classes: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 1:00 pm~ 3:00 pm. 

Place and the nearest station

Sapporo International Student Center 2F Conference Room (Toyohira 6-jo 6-chome, Toyohira-ku)

Gakuen-mae Subway Sta. (Toho Line, 2-minute walk from Exit No.2)

Fee

Free

Contact

Visit the website
URL https://mado-sapporo.wixsite.com/mado

Notes

Online Classes: Apply from the homepage(no reservations needed)

Visit the website for the details.

Hokkaido International Women’s Association (HIWA) Japanese Language Class “Manabu”

Days and hours

Wednesdays, 10:30 – 12:00 (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced), 13:00 – 14:30 (Elementary, Beginner, Intermediate)

Place and the nearest station

Hokkaido Citizen Activity Promotion Center 8F (Kaderu 2.7 Bldg. 8F, Kita 2-jo Nishi 7-chome, Chuo-ku)

JR Sapporo Sta. (South Exit), Sapporo Subway Sta. (Exit No.10)

Fee

1000 yen per month   

Contact

E-mail:448konzert-peter.mar(at)ezweb.ne.jp (Reservations required)

URL https://kokusaijosei.wixsite.com/hiwasince75/projects

Notes

 

J.WORKS

Days and hours

Saturdays, 13:30 – 15:00 (once a month) Note: See our flyer for lesson schedules.

Japanese lessons, Japanese culture, free conversation

Place and the nearest station

Sapporo L Plaza (Kita 8-jo Nishi 3-chome, Kita-ku)

JR Sapporo Sta. (North Exit), Sapporo Subway Sta. (Exit No.12)

Fee

Free

Contact

TEL:090-2871-1537 (Ichikawa) / 090-9750-2788 (Tsubakihara)

Notes

Ranging from beginner to advanced levels. No pre-signup or reservations required.

NPO S-NICO “NIHONGO SALON”

Days and hours

Sunday and Thursday evenings (subject to change). Visit the website.

Place and the nearest station

SITY Bldg. 7F-B S-NICO Office, Minami 1-jo Nishi 8-chome 6-2, Chuo-ku

Odori Subway Sta.

Fee

200 yen per 1-hour lesson

Contact

TEL:011-211-0105
E-mail:s25(at)ngos25.org

URL https://www.ngos25.org

Notes

Sign-up necessary. Up to 4 people each session. Conducted

through online only 

 

Japanese language schools

Shown below is a list of Japanese language schools in Sapporo (as of March 2021). For details, visit the respective websites. Questions should be directed to each school.

★: Schools accredited by the Ministry of Justice based on the Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act

★IAY International Academy  
Hinode Bldg. 6F, Minami 1-jo Nishi 4-chome, Chuo-ku,
TEL:011-281-5188

★Sapporo Language Center
Famir Nakajima Koen 2F, Minami 11-jo Nishi 1-chome 3-17, Chuo-ku,
TEL:011-563-1777

★Yu Language Academy Sapporo
Kita 2-jo Higashi 15-chome 26-30, Chuo-ku,
TEL:011-212-1987, FAX:011-212-1988

★Hokkaido Japanese Language Academy – Sapporo Main Campus
Kita 6-jo Nishi 25-chome 1-5, Chuo-ku,
TEL:011-633-1616, FAX:011-633-1818

★Soken Gakuen Kanyobi Japanese Language Course
Kita 20-jo Nishi 4-chome 1-30, Kita-ku,
TEL:011-757-5522, FAX:011-758-5967

★Hokkaido AskGate Japanese Language School – Sapporo Campus
Toyohira 3-jo 3-chome 1-24, Toyohira-ku,
TEL:011-833-8169, FAX:011-795-1940

SIL Sapporo Nihongo Gakko
Minami 7-jo Nishi 21-chome 1-26, Chuo-ku,
TEL/FAX:011-551-2759

Hokkaido Japanese Language School
Takesato Bldg. 2F, Kita 2-jo Nishi 3-chome 1-29, Chuo-ku,
TEL:011-222-7710, FAX:011-522-5321

Learning Japanese language online

The websites below introduce you to useful online resources for learning Japanese.

Japanese language proficiency tests 

A variety of tests are available to measure your ability in Japanese. For details, visit the website of each test.

Note: Administrators of third-party websites linked from this website are always responsible for their own contents, and the City of Sapporo and the Sapporo International Communication Plaza Foundation are not responsible or liable for the contents of any linked sites.

Study assistance for children learning Japanese 

The City of Sapporo provides study assistance to returnee and foreign students at municipal elementary and junior high schools to support their Japanese language studies and adaptation to school life.

For details, visit the “Childcare and Education” page.