Gratis proefles / open avond op 5 juli, 2018

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Hebt u interesse in de Japanse taal? Of bent u al een tijdje bezig met zelfstudie Japans?

Nihongo Labo Rotterdam organiseert een gratis proefles / open avond op 5 juli, 2018, donderdag avond, vanaf 20:00.

We gaan reeks cursus beginnen na de zomer vakantie, maar voordat we allemaal lekker op vakantie gaan, zouden we u graag uitnodigen om een kijkje te nemen hoe de Japans les is gegeven bij Nihongo Labo Rotterdam.
Als u geïnteresseerd bent in privéles of andere type lessen, bent u ook van harte welkom om kennis te maken met onze les methodes.

Schrijft u in via e-mail, met uw volledige naam en contact gegevens.
Als u al eerder Japans gestudeerd hebt, wil ik ook  graag weten welke niveau u zit of welke methode u hebt gevolgd.
Mocht u specifieke interesse of doeleinden hebben, willen we het ook graag vernemen.


Nihongo Labo Rotterdam is organizing a free trial lesson / open night on July 5, 2018.
We are planning new series of group lessons from September, but before going into summer holiday season, we would like to invite you so that you can take a look at how we give Japanese lessons.

Please sign up via e-mail, with your full name and contact details.
If you already have an experience of learning Japanese, please let us know which level you are on, or which method you followed in the past.
We are looking forward to meeting you!

Original reading material – Let’s make curry rice!

I am happy to announce that our 2nd Tadoku book is ready for you to read.
“Tadoku” is a Japanese word which means “read a lot”.

The text is written in Japanese on beginner’s level, along with Japanese pronounciation witten in alphabet and English translation.
If you are Japanese curry lover, don’t miss it! The most basic way to make Japanese curry is explained in simple Japanese. I hope you’ll have great time reading it and cooking curry.
To view a PDF version, please click here: NLR_tadokubook02curry

For any questions, comments and suggestions, I am happy to hear from you by e-mail.

Nihongo Labo original reading material

Are you having difficulties finding Japanese reading materials which match with your proficiency level?
Here is our first version of “Tadoku = read a lot” book for you.

The story is written in Japanese on the beginner level, along with Japanese pronounciation witten in alphabet and English translation.

It’s a short story about the city of Rotterdam, where Nihongo Labo Rotterdam is located.
I hope you’ll have a fun time reading and get to know about this wonderful city.

To view a PDF version, please click here: NLR_tadokubook01

For any questions, comments and suggestions, I am happy to hear from you by e-mail.


 

 

 

 

Workshop Japanese letters and characters

Are you having difficulties learning Japanese letters (Hiragana & Katakana) and characters (Kanji)?

This workshop “Japanese letters and characters” is a one-off chance for you to get a through explaination on how to write Japanese letters and charactes.  You can also try Japanese calligraphy.

What will you learn?

  • history and evolution of Japanese letters and characters
  • how to write Japanese letters and characters
  • various Japanese typography
  • tips on learning Kanji’s
  • Japanese calligraphy trial
  • Q&A

Date: April 20, 2018 (Friday)  20:00-21:30
Place: Nihongo Labo Rotterdam (Rotterdam Alexander)
Price: EUR 25.00 per person
Capacity: maximum 4 persons

For application and questions, please contact via e-mail: nihongolaborotterdam@gmail.com

*Please apply before April 13, 2018 (Fri).  Please also note that advance payment is required via internet banking, and no refund for cancellation after April 13, 2018.