Nihongo-Pro offers live online Japanese lessons with experienced Japanese teachers

Enrollment is FREE!

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How to Enroll in Private Lessons
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Complete the New Student Enrollment Form. We will then send you a link to a trial-lesson questionnaire.
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After you fill out the questionnaire, we will match you with a Nihongo-Pro teacher and set up a free trial lesson.
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If you like your free trial lesson, buy lesson tickets to continue learning Japanese online.
Each ticket costs $25 and is good for one 50-minute private lesson with the teacher who taught your trial lesson.
Message from a Nihongo-Pro Student
Thank You, Nihongo-Pro.
When I tried Nihongo-Pro for the first time, I was really nervous, but Lilly-sensei was very friendly and had a calm demeanor about her, which made the lesson very enjoyable. I am now very excited to get to my next Japanese lesson.

After a long break from lessons, I really look forward to studying Japanese at Nihongo-Pro.

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Robert S.
(student of Lilly-sensei)
Message from a Nihongo-Pro Student
I'm really having a great time with Satoru Ishikawa-sensei.
I am making fast progress since starting online lessons at Nihongo-Pro. I can recommend it to all Japanese learners, from beginner to advanced students.

I tried to learn Japanese in many ways (podcast, regular classes, tutors at home, etc.), but Nihongo-Pro was the first time I studied online in my own room on the computer. At first I wasn't quite sure about online lessons, but it turned out to be one of the best decisions I've ever made.

There are a lot of benefits to having lessons at home. I appreciate the time savings, because I don't have to commute to class. Another benefit is the price performance ratio. At Nihongo-Pro, I pay less than classes at a regular Japanese language school, and the online lesson gives me a lot of time to speak Japanese.

My teacher, Satoru Ishikawa, is great as well. Ishikawa-sensei's teaching is very flexible, and he shows a lot of patience with the students, which is a great plus.

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Julian W.
(student of Satoru Ishikawa-sensei)
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